O that you may get a whole life and carry consolation and gladness to many who were spared your morning ills. But Fannie, will you go the way of peace will God get your days in their dewy freshness Ah Fannie, look round and round, and search and search, and receive and what without Jesus though fairest - unheavenly pleasure gild you and take you in her lap and sing you across all your days, Your heart would be a sore sore weary thing, but pity will shed bright beams all along an everything she will soothe your sorrows away and gather you happiness and save your soul on all the other joys, A deathly blight soon soon falls, how fondly then do I trust that you will remember your Creator inthe days of your youth and serve him in the beauty of holiness all your days, and though all shall not be sunni -nes all shall be blessings and when your body lies hushed down in the buried coffin your spirit made holy shall be in heaven. --------- J Muir 1861
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