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The Glorious Song Of Old
EDMUND H. SEARS It came upon the midnight cl...

Fairy Faces
ANON Out of the mists of childhood, ...

A Christmas Carol
CHRISTIAN BURKE The trees are hung with crys...

The Cratchits' Christmas Dinner
(Adapted) CHARLES DICKENS SCROOGE and the Ghost...

When The Stars Of Morning Sang
ANNE P.L. FIELD When the stars of morning sa...

Hang Up The Baby's Stocking
[Emily Huntington Miller] Hang up the baby's...

A Christmas Star
KATHERINE PYLE "COME now, my dear little stars," s...





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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