Modern Accomplishments, Or, The March of Intellect

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Страница 330 - THE hour of my departure's come : I hear the voice that calls me home : At last, O Lord ! let trouble cease, And let Thy servant die in peace. 2 The race appointed I have run ; The combat's o'er, the prize is won ; And now my witness is on high, And now my record's in the sky.
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