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Leslie, C.E.; Randall. R.H. (ed.) / The conqueror
(c1880)

The conqueror,   pp. [11]-159


Page 36

36                                                    MYRTLE.
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t. -  A-wake,mysoul,stretch ev'ry nerve,And press with vigor on;  A heav'n-ly voice demands thy zeal,A bright, immortal crown.
2.   'Tis God's all-an - i - mat-ingvoice That calls thee from on high; 'Tis his own hand pre-sents the prize To thine as-pir-ing eye.
3. That prize,with peerless glories bright, Which shall new luster boast, When victor's wreath and monarch's gem Shall blend in common dust.
MARiM LUNDY DUNCAN. Slowlyaxdtendrly.          EVENING         PRAYER.                                   Rev.J. D. WYcKOFF.
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x.oje-sus, tend-er  Shep-herd, hear me. Bless thy lit-tle  lamb to-night. Through the darkness be thou near me, Keep me safe till morn-ing light.
2. Through the day thy hand hath led me, AndI thank thee for thy care. Th  hat w   cothead me,          to
re~T-n Thuhatwedd  e       me, List.- en to my eve-ning prayer.
3. May my sins be  all for - giv - en; Bless the friends I loide so well. Take me, when I die, to heav-en, Hap-py there with thee to dwell.
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