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" Not to myself alone I rise and set ; I write upon night's coronal of jet His power and skill who formed our myriad host ; A friendly beacon at heaven's open gate, I gem the sky, That man might ne'er forget, in every fate, His home on high."  "
The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - Page 425
1846
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The Children's missionary newspaper [sometimes entitled The ..., Volume 15

Christian Henry Bateman - 1857
...sipping every eventide, His daintv fill ; The butterfly within my cup doth hide From threatening ill." " Not to myself alone," The heavy-laden bee doth murmuring...hum, " Not to myself alone from flower to flower I roam the wood, the garden, and the bower, And to the hive at evening weary come. For man, for man the...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 9

1846
...That man might ne'er forget, in every fate, His home on high.' 'Not to myself alone,' The heavy- laden bee doth murmuring hum — ' Not to myself alone from...food I pile With busy care, Content if this repay nay ceaseless toil — A scanty share.' ' Not to myself alone,' The soaring bird with lusty pinion...
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The Child's companion

1852
...Surely, the little bee is a wise and ingenious builder: she may truly be called a cunning architect. " Not to myself alone," The heavy-laden bee doth murmuring...this repay my ceaseless toil — A scanty share." LESSONS FROM THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. No. 9. LEAVING the Beautiful Palace, and armed for future conflict,...
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The Juvenile Missionary Magazine (and Annual)., Volume 4

London missionary society - 1847
...The butterfly within my cup doth hide From threatening ill. " Not to myself alone," The heavy laden bee doth murmuring hum — Not to myself alone from...this repay my ceaseless toil — A scanty share." " Not to myself alone," The soaring bird with lusty pinions sings — Not to myself, alone, I raise...
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The Juvenile companion, and Sunday-school hive [afterw.] The ..., Volumes 7-8

1854
...heaven's open gate, I gem the sky, That man might ne'er forget, in every fate, His home on high." " Not to myself alone," The heavy-laden bee doth murmuring...food I pile With busy care, Content if this repay my toil— A scanty share. •' Not to myself alone," The soaring bird, with lofty pinion, sings — "...
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The United Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 4

1850
...heaven's open gate I gem the sky, That man might ne'er forget, in every fate, His home on high." " Not to myself alone," The heavy-laden bee doth murmuring...hive at evening weary come ; For man, for man the lnscions food I pile With bnsy care, Content if this repay my ceaseless toil — A scanty share." "...
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The Young Ladies' Reader: Containing Rules, Observations, and Exercises and ...

William Draper Swan - 1851 - 428 pages
...heaven's open gate, I gem the sky, That man might ne'er forget, in every fate, His home on high." " Not to myself alone," The heavy-laden bee doth murmuring...this repay my ceaseless toil — A scanty share." . " Not to myself alone," The soaring bird with lusty pinion sings — " Not to myself alone I raise...
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The Hive and Its Wonders

J. H. Cross - 1851 - 126 pages
...Surely, the little bee is a wise and ingenious builder : she may truly be called a cunning architect. " Not to myself alone," The heavy-laden bee doth murmuring...this repay my ceaseless toil — A scanty share." CHAPTER X. STING OP THE BEE — ANGER OF BEES — ATTACK OF MISSIONARIES BT WILD BEES. To defend it...
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Garden Walks with the Poets

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - 1852 - 340 pages
...heaven's open gate, I gem the sky, That man might ne'er forget, in every fate, His home on high." " Not to myself alone," The heavy-laden bee doth murmuring...this repay my ceaseless toil — A scanty share." " Not to myself alone," The soaring bird with lusty pinion sings — " Not to myself alone I raise...
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The hive and its wonders

Hive - 1853
...Surely, the little bee is a wise and ingenious builder : she may truly be called a cunning architect. '" Not to myself alone,' The heavy-laden bee doth murmuring...this repay my ceaseless toil — A scanty share.' * CHAPTER X. STING OF THE BEE ANGER OP BEES ATTACK OF MISSIONARIES BY WILD-BEES. To defend it from...
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