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A Voice From The Factories

Auhtor: Caroline Sheridan Norton

Language: english

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Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, August 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Voice From The Factories':

... giving our views on any point because we fear due attention will not be paid us, savours rather of vanity than humility, which have induced me ...
... of great and pressing interest are so numerous, that many questions which affect the lives and happiness of hundreds, become, as it were, ...
... my voice to that of wiser and better men, in behalf of those who suffer and if the matter or the manner of my work be imperfect, allowance will, ...
... as the perseverance of Wilberforce created the dawn of the long-delayed emancipation of the negroes-so, my Lord, I trust to see your name ...
... is the look she gives As he returns, who forth so lately went,- For they together pass their happy lives And many a tranquil ...
... And jealous of the one he first may bless. To each, a welcoming word is fondly said He bends and kisses some lifts up the less ...
... tenderness intense, and fear supprest, While the soft patience of her anxious eye Blends with God's will be done,-God grant thou may'st not ...
... Of Life shines bright, whose free limbs' vigorous tread Warns us how much of beauty that we know Would fade, when he became dispirited, ...
... Fluent and clear and bird-like, strikes the chords Of sympathy among the listening throng,- Whose spirits light, and steps that ...
... Is yours the Ease Which misery vainly struggles to approach, Whirling unthinking by, in Luxury's gilded coach? A Voice From the ...
... it must pursue, Pines for the cool sweet evening's twilight length, The sunny play-hour, and the morning's dew: Worn with its cheerless ...
... To share their base and saddening merriment, Sits by: his little head in silence hung His limbs cramped up his body weakly bent ...
... is, he need not fight Against that long-enduring bitterness, The VOLUNTARY LABOUR of the Night, But sweetly slumber on till day's returning ...
... Starts at the moon's pale ray-or clock's far distant chime. A Voice From the Factories LII. Such is his day and night! Now then ...
... The dog that watched and fawned, prepares to bite! Too rashly strained, the cord snaps from the bow- Too tightly curbed, the steeds ...
... he asks his gloomy soul the CAUSE Of his discomfort suddenly compares- Reflects-and with an angry Spirit draws The envious line ...
... Forget who smiled on helpless infancy, And blest them with divinely gentle hand.- Suffer that little children come to me: ...
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