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The First New England Christmas
G. L. STONE AND M. G. FICKETT IT WAS a warm and pl...

A Christmas Carol
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL What means this glory r...

The Two Princes
A STORY FOR CHILDREN. I. There was a King of Hu...

On Good Wishes At Christmas
FRISWELL At Christmas, which is a good holiday for m...

Is There A Santa Claus?
_The following, reprinted from the editorial page of th...

Keeping Christmas
Romans, xiv, 6: _He that regardeth the day, regardeth i...

Inexhaustibility Of The Subject Of Christmas
LEIGH HUNT So many things have been said of late yea...





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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