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O'er the blue depths of Galilee
And Sharon waves, in solemn praise,
"Glory to God!" The lofty strain
How sweeps the song of solemn joy
"Glory to God!" The sounding skies
Light on thy hills, Jerusalem!
The Saviour now is born:
More bright on Bethlehem's joyous plains Breaks the first Christmas morn;
And brighter on Moriah's brow,
Crowned with her temple-spires, Which first proclaim the new-born light, Clothed with its Orient fires.
This day shall Christian lips be mute,
"Glory to God! on earth be peace;
END OF VOL. VI.
THOMAS, FREDERICK WILLIAM........ 407 WOOLSEY, THEODORE DWIGHT..
A General Index of Authors and Selections will be found in the Closing Volume.
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Messrs. ESTES & LAURIAT, Boston.-Flagg's A Year Among the Trees.
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Mr. ARTHUR HILDRETH, Provincetown, Mass.-Hildreth's History of the United States (Published by HARPER & BROS.).
Messrs. HENRY HOLT & Co., New York.-Mrs. Kemble's Records of a Girlhood. Messrs. HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & Co., Boston.- The Atlantic Monthly; Emerson's Poems; Emerson's Prose Works; Felton's Lectures on Greece; Hawthorne's Works; Hillard's Six Months in Italy; Johnson's Garrison and his Times; Longfellow's Poetical Works; Longfellow's Prose Works; Seward's Works; Watterson's Oddities in Southern Life and Character; Whittier's Poetical Works; Whittier's Prose Works; Mrs. Whitman's Poems.
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Messrs. T. B. PETERSON & BROS., Phila.—Frank Forester's My Shooting Box. Gen. ALBERT PIKE, Washington.-Pike's Hymns to the Gods and Other Poems. Messrs. PORTER & COATES, Phila.-Hoffman's Poems.
The POUNSFORD STATIONERY COMPANY.-T. F. Marshall's Speeches and Writings. Mrs. JOHN B. PRATT, Boston.-Alcott's Emerson, and other Works of A. B. Alcott. (See CUPPLES & HURD, and ROBERTS BROTHERS.)
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Messrs. TICKNOR & Co., Boston.-The Correspondence of Carlyle and Emerson; Edmund Quincy's Haunted Adjutant and Other Stories.
Dr. O. W. H. UPHAM, Salem.-C. W. Upham's Salem Witchcraft.
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