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" The water is as pure and cold as that which slaked the thirst of the red sagamore beneath the aged boughs, though now the gem of the wilderness is treasured under these hot stones, where no shadow falls but from the brick buildings. And be it the moral... "
The Water Cure Journal and Hygienic Magazine - Page 128
1848
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1840
...The water is as pure and cold as that which slaked the thirst of the red Sagamore, beneath the aged boughs ; though now the gem of the wilderness is treasured...the virtues of cold water, too little valued since your father's days, be recognised by all. Your pardon, good people. I must interrupt my stream of eloquence,...
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The Village Reader: Designed for the Use of Schools

George Merriam - 1841 - 300 pages
...!—the water is as pure and cold as that which slaked the thirst of the red sagamore, beneath the aged boughs, though now the gem of the wilderness is treasured...it the moral of my story, that, as this wasted and long lost fountain is now known and prized again, so shall the virtues of cold water, too little valued...
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The United States Reader: Containing a Variety of Exercises in Reading ...

John D. Post - 1842 - 304 pages
...the water is as pure and cool as that which slaked the thirst of the red sagamore0 beneath the aged boughs though now the gem of the wilderness is treasured...be it the moral of my story that as this wasted and long lost fountain is now known and prized again so shall the virtues of cold water too little valued...
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The Board of Health and Longevity; Or, Hydropathy for the People

William Horsell - 1845
...water is as pure and cold as that which slaked the thirst of your venerable ancestors, beneath the aged boughs, though now the gem of the wilderness is treasured...be it the moral of my story that as this wasted and long lost fountain is now known and prized again, so shall the virtues of cold water too little valufd...
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The Christian Pioneer, Volumes 2-5

1744
...The water is as pure and cold as that which slaked the thirst of the red Sagamore, beneath the aged boughs ; though now the gem of the wilderness is treasured...the virtues of cold water, too little valued since your father's days, be recognized by all. Your pardon, good people. I must interrupt my stream of eloquence,...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 3

Half hours - 1847
...refreshed ! The water is pure and cold as that which slaked the thirst of the red Sagamore beneath the aged boughs, though now the gem of the wilderness is treasured...buildings. And be it the moral of my story, that, as the wasted and long-lost fountain is now known and prized again, so shall the virtues of cold water,...
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McGuffey's Newly Revised Eclectic Fourth Reader: Revised and Improved

William Holmes McGuffey - 1849
...as when it slaked the thirst of the red hunter, and flowed . beneath the aged bough, though now this gem of the wilderness is treasured under these hot...where no shadow falls, but from the brick buildings. But, still is this fountain the source of health, peace, and happiness, and I behold with certainty...
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Hydropathy for the People: With Plain Observations on Drugs, Diet, Water ...

William Horsell - 1850 - 250 pages
...water is as pure and cold as that which slaked the thirst of your venerable ancestors, beneath the aged boughs, though now the gem of the wilderness is treasured...virtues of cold water, too little valued since our father's days, be yet recognized by all. Your pardon, good people ! I must interrupt my stream of eloquence,...
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A Sequel to the Gradual Reader

David Bates Tower, Cornelius Walker - 1852 - 240 pages
...refreshed ! The water is pure and cold as that which slaked the thirst of the red sagamore beneath the aged boughs, though now the gem of the wilderness is treasured...it the moral of my story, that, as this wasted and long lost fountain is now known and prized again, so shall the virtues of cold water, too little valued...
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The Humorous Speaker: Being a Choice Collection of Amusing Pieces, Both in ...

1853 - 408 pages
...! The water is pure and cold as that which slaked the thirst of the red sagamore, beneath the aged boughs, though, now the gem of the wilderness is treasured...the virtues of cold water, too little valued since your fathers' days, be recognized by all. Your pardon, good people ! I must interrupt my stream of...
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