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" Negro woman, who sittest pining in captivity, and weepest over thy sick child: though no one seeth thee, God seeth thee; though no one pitieth thee, God pitieth thee; raise thy voice, forlorn and abandoned one; call upon Him from amidst thy bonds, for... "
Lessons for Children - Pągina 138
per Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - 1839 - 151 pągines
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Hymns in prose for children, by the author of Lessons for children

Anna Laetitia Barbauld - 1814
...all ; none are so great that he cannot punish them; none are so mean, that hewill not protect them. x Negro woman, who sittest pining in captivity, and...though no one seeth thee God seeth thee ; though no onepitieth thee, Godpitieth the'e : raise thy voice, forlorn and abandoned one ; call upon him from...
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Introduction to the English Reader; Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and ...

1814 - 216 pągines
...over thy sick child ; though no one sees thee, God sees thee; though no one pities thce, God pities thee. Raise thy voice, forlorn and abandoned one ;...from amidst thy bonds; for assuredly he will hear thce.—Monareh, that nil st over iin hundred states; whose frown is terrible as death, and whose armies...
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Introduction to the English Reader, Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and ...

Lindley Murray - 1816 - 166 pągines
...beautiful apostrophe to a negro woman, which you learned the other day out of Barbauld's Hymns. Henry. " Negro woman, who sittest pining in captivity, and weepest over thy sick child, though no one sees thee, God sees thee ; though no one pities thee, God pities thee. Raise thy voice, forlorn and...
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Hymns in prose for children, by the author of Lessons for children. By mrs ...

Anna Laetitia Barbauld - 1819
...knoweth his flock ; they pray to Him in different languages, but He undeistandeth them all ; He heareth them all ; He taketh care of all : none are so great,...thy sick child, though no one seeth thee, God seeth tbee; though no one pitieth ,thee, God pitieth thee : raise thy voice, forlorn and abandoned one ;...
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Hymns in prose for children, by the author of Lessons for children. By the ...

Anna Laetitia Barbauld - 1820
...knoweth his flock; they pray to him in different languages, but he understandeth them all ; he heareth them all ; he taketh care of all ; none are so great...assuredly he will hear thee. Monarch, that rulest over a hundred states ; whose frown is terrible as death, and whose armies cover the land, boast not thyself...
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The Juvenile Mentor, Or Select Readings: Being American School Class Book No ...

Albert Picket - 1820 - 282 pągines
...beautiful apostrophe to a negro woman, whick you learned the other day out of Barbauld's Hymns. Henry. ' Negro woman, who sittest pining in captivity, and weepest over thy sick child, though no one sees thee, God sees thee : though no one pities thee, God pities thee. Raise thy voice, forlorn and...
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Rosamond, pt. 4. Harry and Lucy, pts. 3 and 4

Maria Edgeworth - 1821
...' I like that very much, indeed, Lucy: but now let me read to you, mamma, what I like better still. 'Negro woman' who sittest pining in captivity, and...assuredly he will hear thee. Monarch, that rulest over a hundred states, whose frown is terrible as death, and whose armies cover the land, boast not thyself,...
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Hymns in prose for children, by the author of Lessons for children. By the ...

Anna Laetitia Barbauld - 1824
...mountains; it is divided by rivers ; it is washed by seas ; F 2 63 understandeth them all ; he heareth them all ; he taketh care of all; none are so great...pitieth thee, God pitieth thee ; raise thy voice, *brlorn and abandoned one ; call upon him from amidst thy bonds, for assuredly he will hear thee. Monarch,...
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The Juvenile Mentor; Or, Select Readings ...

Albert Picket - 1825 - 262 pągines
...none are so peat, that he cannot punish them ; none are so mean, that be will not protect them. 2. Negro woman, who sittest pining in captivity, and weepest over thy sick child ; though no one sees thee, God seesthee; though no one pities thee, God pities thee. Kaiso thy voice, forlorn and abandoned...
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Introduction to the English Reader, Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and ...

Lindley Murray - 1826 - 167 pągines
...over thy sick child ; though no one sees thee, God sees thee ; though no one pities thee, God pities thee. Raise thy voice, forlorn and abandoned one ;...upon him from amidst thy bonds, for assuredly he will hoar thee." Cecilia. I think no riches could tempt me to have any share in the slave trade. I could...
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