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The Mother
ROBERT HAVEN SCHAUFFLER All day her watch had lasted...

Song Of The Holly
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Blow, blow thou wint...

Christmas Waits In Boston
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Hymn For Christmas
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Hymn For The Nativity
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The End Of The Play
WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY The play is done...

A Christmas Carol
AUBREY DE VERE They leave the land of gems a...





Christmas Bells






JOHN KEBLE

Wake me to-night, my mother dear,
That I may hear
The Christmas Bells, so soft and clear,
To high and low glad tidings tell,
How God the Father loved us well;
How God the Eternal Son
Came to undo what we had done.





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