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" Goodman Joseph toiled through the snow— Saw the star o'er a stable low; Mary she might not further go— Welcome thatch, and litter below! Joy was hers in the morning! And then they heard the angels tell 'Who were the first to cry Nowell? Animals all,... "
The Wind in the Willows - Page 113
by Kenneth Grahame - 1908 - 302 pages
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The Wind in the Willows

Kenneth Grahame - Animals - 1915 - 302 pages
...Mary she might not further go — Welcome thatch, and litter belovil Joy was hers in the morning I And then they heard the angels tell ' Who were the...all, as it befell, In the stable where they did dwell t Joy shall be theirs in the morning t' The voices ceased, the singers, bashful but smiling, exchanged...
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The Winter Solstice: The Sacred Traditions of Christmas

John Matthews - Social Science - 2003 - 247 pages
...spirit of the Solstice. ZJ ri d crj I—T en cn gCTCJCJciicjcj cr ^ Chapter 5 THE SOLSTICE ANIMALS Animals all, as it befell, In the stable where they did dwell! Joy shall be theirs in the morning! KENNETH GRAHAME: THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS u1 of the smoke of the Midwinter fires come strange figures,...
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'Tis the Season: A Classic Illustrated Christmas Treasury

Cooper Edens - Juvenile Fiction - 2003 - 80 pages
...snow, Saw the star of the stable low, Mary she might not further go, Welcome thatch and litter below, Joy was hers in the morning. And then they heard the angels tell, Who were the first to cry Noel, Animals all as it befell, In the stable where they all did dwell, Joy shall be theirs in the...
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Toad of Toad Hall

Alan Alexander Milne - Animals - 1929 - 174 pages
...litter below I Joy was hers in the morning, Joy was hers in the morning, Joy was hers in the morning I And then they heard the angels tell Who were the first...they did dwell ; Joy shall be theirs in the morning, Joy shall be theirs in the morning, Joy shall be theirs in the morning I oerte a narol-singer entert...
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