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

The conqueror,   pp. [11]-159


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88                                WE MEET TO BID A FOND FAREWELL.
Ms FLORA MARs.                            (Dedicated to th MNadison Righ School. r88o.)       J. H. BIAND, Madison, Wis.
. We  meet to bid     a   fond fare-well, To those with whom shall ev-er dwell, The pur - est thoughts of love and JOY,
2 . We'll not for - get  our teach-ers kind, Who trained us both in  heart and mind, To shun the wrong and do the right,
D u e t . 1
3. We're taught the fu -ture is  our own, And   all its treas - ures yet un-known; And though we meet with many a. frown,
,  _   e   , 11                                  !                                         -  --
Quartet.                                        Cres.
That e - ven age   can  ne'er de-stroy, But  ev - er  in  our hearts re-main, As    years may come and  go   a-gain.
And man - ful -ly  to   gain the fight, Their mem-'ry will for  aye  re-main, As   years, etc.,
Bright hope points on-ward to  a crown, These pre-cepts we shall e'er  re-tain, While years may come and  go  a-gain;
For last verst only.
D                                  m R. P- _
A - mid these thoughts we're sad at heart, To think that we so soon must part.  Fare-well, fare-well, fare     well.
And   yet to - day         sad at heart, To think that we so soon must part.    Fare-well, fare-well, fare    well.
-rwell.


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