Little Pilgrim

Little Pilgrim

Not one of the sixty but what brought their New Year's offering . 6 . ... and the young people , laden with baskets and bundles , singing , " Wish you all a Happy New Year , " thronged into the house , and the men threw the wood in one ...



ISBN: PRNC:32101075716876

Category: Children's periodicals, American

Page: 166

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Categories: Children's periodicals, American

The Odd Fellows Casket and Review

The Odd Fellows  Casket and Review

A happy New Year to one and all . ... It is painted in the words of the poet Andersen : THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL . ... -New Years ' Eve . On this cold dark evening , & poor little girl went into the street with a bare head and naked feet .



ISBN: IND:30000137854281

Category: American periodicals

Page: 932

View: 254

Categories: American periodicals

Frank Leslie s Ten Cent Monthly

Frank Leslie s Ten Cent Monthly

HAPPY NEW YEAR ! Stop , little one , and talk awhile , There's time enough for you . Your face has got a sunny smile , E'en though your lips be blue ! Your teeth are chattering with the cold , Your peeping toes appear ; Come tell me ...



ISBN: IND:32000000683062


Page: 948

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Demorests Monthly Magazine

Demorests  Monthly Magazine

“ I know I have brightened one little home this blessed “ Thank you , John . A happy New Year to you , also ! New Year's day , ” she thought . “ I wonder who else I can And here is a trifle to help you enjoy it , ” said Katherine ...



ISBN: UTEXAS:059173013502200



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Arthur s Home Magazine

Arthur s Home Magazine

H THE HAPPY NEW YEAR . APPY New Year , papa ! " The sitting- room doors were thrown open , and a sweet little girl came bounding in . Her cheeks were all a - glow - smiles played around her cherry lips - her eyes were dancing with sunny ...



ISBN: IND:32000000693541

Category: Literature, Modern

Page: 794

View: 581

Categories: Literature, Modern

Happy New Year Baby Fortune

Happy New Year  Baby Fortune

“I always feel as if I'm spinning the roulette wheel with that little one.” “Don't underestimate yourself,” Jeanne said. “If you say so,” he said. “You sure you don't want me to hang around a little longer in case you need an extra set ...

Author: Leanne Banks

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781460324080

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

View: 588

Lullabies…and cowboys? USA TODAY bestselling author Leanne Banks kicks off the new Fortunes of Texas continuity with a story of a single mom and the sexy rancher who sweeps her off her feet! As she rings in the new year in Horseback Hollow, Texas, single mom Stacey Fortune Jones tries to count her blessings. She has an adorable baby girl, Piper; supportive parents; good friends. Best of them all is Colton Foster, her longtime neighbor from the ranch next door. He always seems to be around when she needs him. Trouble is, she may be starting to need him a bit too much…. She's off-limits, Colton keeps telling himself. The tall, muscular rancher turns to mush every time he sees Stacey. But falling for his little sister's best friend seems wrong on so many levels. She's on the rebound. She's got a baby. She's…complicated. What's a big-hearted cowboy to do?
Categories: Fiction

Grace Mercy Brought Us Through

Grace   Mercy Brought Us Through

We can feel the baby kicking strong and we are pretty sure that our little one is gonna be healthy and strong whether it be a little boy or a little girl.” “Happy New year Aaron.” “Happy New Year Martha. I am the happiest man in the ...

Author: Phyllis Jean Robinson

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781449041229

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 234

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Grace and Mercy Brought Us Through is loosely based on the life of my great-grandfather Rev. Aaron Davis. Rev. Davis was born into slavery and grew up during the Civil War. He received freedom with the Emancipation Proclamation and became a circuit riding minister with the Methodist Church in Mississippi. His life as a preacher is well documented , but little was known about his personal life. My Mother wrote a short story about her grandfather and she stated that his Mother was named Tena and his Father was named Indian Charlie. From this information I filled in the blanks and found a fascinating story that took me from Senegal West Africa, through the Middle Passage, through plantation life in Mississippi, through the life of Native Americans in Mississippi and the Black Seminoles in Florida and on to the life of a Black circuit riding preacher. With every word I wrote I realized that God's Grace and Mercy really did bring us through and made us strong people.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

St Nicholas

St  Nicholas

What is the world , my own little one ? A little song when the heart is glad , Our world belongs to that clock the sun . ... Suppose we hide trouble , and show only cheer ' T is likely we'll have quite a Happy New Year ! ” VA VOL .

Author: Mary Mapes Dodge


ISBN: UOM:39015013720530

Category: Children's literature

Page: 546

View: 545

Categories: Children's literature

Our little lads ed by A O Charles

Our little lads  ed  by A O  Charles

Sure we are that it will be bright - that it will be happy , if every one is able to enter into the spirit of our New Year's Motto , and " Walk in the Light of the Lord . " ― To our Little Lads , too , we trust it will be bright and ...

Author: Homes for little boys, Farningham and Swanley


ISBN: OXFORD:590499502


Page: 116

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A Journey of Ripples

A Journey of Ripples

Paul woke early, New Years Day, January 1St 1987, and after changing Ricky's diaper sat in his recliner playing with the little boy. Debbie, radiant as ever, wished him Happy New Year giving him a kiss on his whiskered cheek as Ricky ...

Author: J. P. "Jim" Fowler

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595454204

Category: Fiction

Page: 188

View: 863

Just as ripples from a single raindrop in a pond spread into infinity, simple acts of kindness can turn into ripples of altruism and giving that last throughout eternity. A Journey of Ripples is a series of stories as told by Matt, an eyewitness to the power of paying it forward as he chronicles the experiences of his friends in Oregon. The first story begins in 1986 when Paul reaches out to help Jo Ann on the darkest day of his life: the day he buries his wife of more than fifty years. In turn, Jo Ann promises him that she will do the same for someone else. The rest of the stories tell of the extraordinary responses to that promise. This moving collection is about sacrifice and most importantly, about giving and receiving beyond our fear, pride, and circumstances.
Categories: Fiction