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" I only wish that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you some of them. She talked to me about sin ; how it first came into the world, when Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, and how it was to be seen everywhere... "
Six Steps to Honor: Or, Great Truths Illustrated - Page 282
by H. P. Andrews - 1856 - 299 pages
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The Children's Magazine and Missionary Repository, Volume 11

Children's literature - 1848
...Bible to her ; and she was a good girl, and had remembered what her mistress had read. You cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you...
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The Children's Magazine and Missionary Repository, Volume 19

Children's literature - 1856
...she was a good girl, and had remembered what her mistress had read. Dear children, you cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew, lonly wish that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try to tell you...
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The Teacher's visitor. Ed. by W.C.Wilson, Volumes 9-11

William Carus Wilson - 1848
...Bible to her ; and she was a good girl, and had remembered what her mistress had read. You cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you...
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The Dew drop [ed. by J.K.].

J. K - 1848
...Bible to her ; and she was attentive, and had remembered what her mistress had read. You cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you...
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The Juvenile missionary herald

Baptist missionary society - 1851 - 19 pages
...Bible to her; and she was attentive, and had remembered what her mistress had read. You cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you...
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The Teacher's Offering for 1852

ward and co., 27, paternoster row - 1852
...the Bible to her ; she was attentive, and had remembered what her mistress had read. You cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wished that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell...
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The Church scholar's magazine [formerly The Church of England Sunday scholar ...

1859
...good it was of Him to die for us, and such a cruel death ! How good He was to suffer so for our sins." I asked her what part of the Bible she liked best....was most fond of were the last three chapters of the Revelation. I had a Bible with me, and I took it out, and read those chapters to her as we went along....
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The Christian's penny magazine, and friend of the people [ed. by J. Campbell ...

Congregational union of England and Wales - 1856
...she was a good girl, and had remembered what her mistress had read. Dear children, you cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try to tell you...
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Sermons to Children

John Charles Ryle - 1856
...she was a good girl, and had remembered what her mistress had read. Dear children, you can not think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you...
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Home truths, miscellaneous addresses and tracts

John Charles Ryle (bp. of Liverpool.) - 1857
...she was a good girl, and had remembered what her mistress had read. Dear children, you cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you...
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