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" Would God it were evening !' and, in the evening,  "
Littell's Living Age - Page 254
1868
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Personal Adventures During the Indian Rebellion in Rohilcund, Futtehghur ...

William Edwards - 1858 - 236 pages
...merely await the progress of events as patiently as we can. In the morning we feel inclined to say, would God it were evening ; and in the evening, would God it were morning. Saturday, August Sth. — Just as I supposed, we have unpleasing accounts this morning, to counterbalance...
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Personal Adventures During the Indian Rebellion in Rohilcund, Futtehghur ...

William Edwards - 1858 - 238 pages
...merely await the progress of events as patiently as we can. In the morning we feel inclined to say, would God it were evening ; and in the evening, would God it were morning. Saturday, August 8th. — Just as I supposed, we have unpleasing accounts this morning, to counterbalance...
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Personal Adventures During the Indian Rebellion in Rohilcund, Futtehghur ...

William Edwards - 1858 - 234 pages
...merely await the progress of events as patiently as we can. In the morning we feel inclined to say, would God it were evening ; and in the evening, would God it were morning. Saturday, August 8th. — Just as I supposed, we have unpleasing accounts this morning, to counterbalance...
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Memories of Bethany

John Ross Macduff - 1859 - 300 pages
...but cottage walls, or who, stretched on a bed of protracted sickness, is heard saying in the morning, "Would God it were evening ! and in the evening, Would God it were morning!" if he have that love reigning in his heart, he has a possession outweighing the wealth of worlds !...
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Temple Bar: A London Magazine for Town and Country Readers, Volume 14

George Augustus Sala, Edmund Yates - 1865 - 616 pages
...the light of hope, when in the morning the stricken soul would cry out in the depth of its anguish, " Would God it were evening!" and in the evening, "Would God it were morning!" Now we are speaking of mortal life in its general tenour, when • it neither rises to eestatic heights...
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Rutledge

Miriam Coles Harris - 1860 - 518 pages
...curse that turns life into a burden and a dread, and makes the wretched soul cry in the morning, " would God, it were evening," and in the evening, " would God, it were morning !" I knew what it was to dread solitude, and yet to shrink from the reproach of any human face ; to...
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Rutledge

Miriam Coles Harris - 1862 - 516 pages
...curse that turns life into a burden and a dread, and makes the wretched soul cry in the morning, " would God, it were evening," and in the evening, " would God, it were morning !" I knew what it was to dread solitude, and yet to shrink from the reproach of any human face ; to...
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The Prophet of Fire: Or, The Life and Times of Elijah

John Ross Macduff - 1864 - 396 pages
...— strength prostrated — body and mind enfeebled ; — pain extracting the cry, "in the morning, Would God it were evening; and in the evening, Would God it were morning." Yet how many can look back on such seasons and tell of their brooks of solace? Bible promises welling...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 2; Volume 65

1865 - 1022 pages
...the light of hope, when in the morning the stricken soul would cry out in the depth of its anguish, "Would God it were evening !" and in the evening, "Would God it were morning!" Now we are speaking of mortal Ijfe in its general tenor, when it neither rises to ecstatic heights...
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The Shepherd and his flock; or, The Keeper of Israel and the sheep of His ...

John Ross MacDuff - 1866 - 318 pages
...ease in the choicest fold; — whose inward wail is heard in the long hours of wakeful darkness, — "would God it were evening ; and in the evening, would God it were morning;" — pining flowers, around whom the sun shines, and the rain descends, and the birds sing in vain :...
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