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A Christmas Carmen
JOHN G. WHITTIER I Sound over all wat...

The Birds' Christmas
F. E. MANN Founded on fact. "CHICKADEE-DEE-DEE-...

The Trail Through The Forest
Two years had passed, to a day, almost to an hour, si...

The Voyage Of The Wee Red Cap
RUTH SAWYER DURAND It was the night of St. Stephen...

The Newest Thing In Christmas Carols
ANONYMOUS God rest you, merry gentlemen! ...

To The Fir-tree
FROM THE GERMAN O Fir-tree green! O Fir-tree...

Little Girl's Christmas
WINNIFRED E. LINCOLN IT WAS Christmas Eve, and Lit...





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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