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31 Animals 1 (1898-1899)

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                                                               VJ~ I   .7KINDNESS,   JUSTICE  
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                                        I would  not enter on my  list of friends,
                                        Though  graced  with polished manners and  fine sense,
                                        Yet  wanting sensibility, the man
                                        Who   needlessly sets foot upon a worm.-CowEn.

Vol. 31.                                        Boston, June, 1898.                                                       No. 1.

From Mothers' Magazine, 1 Madison Avenue, New York City.



At last the nation, tired of strife, as conqueror reposed:
The temple of the god of war with shouts of joy was
For many  blessed days the camp had blossomed as a
The dove of peace was brooding o'er the seven hills of
Not now the frenzied call  To arms!  fell on the startled
Not now in every street was heard the clash of sword and
For many calm and peaceful days-the first of thousands
A laborer could earn his bread and share it with his own.
A  maiden wandered through the dusk, and heard her
    lover's vow,
And did not fear she soon must bind a helmet on his brow;
A mother kissed her babe in joy; and though it were a
She did not grieve lest he be killed before his youth was done;
For many blessed days the world rang glad the tidings
 The men of Rome  are all at peace with all the world
    about !

Those tranquil times from Comfort's lips threw kisses,
    near and far;
And  everything was brighter, from a flower unto a star;
And every swinging blade of grass, and every towering tree
Seemed hoping then that war was dead, and ever thus would
The shepherd fed his dappled flocks, the farmer stored
    his grain,
Nor  said  This humble wealth may swell a foeman's
    bloody gain; 
The  cottage walls were ivy-grown, and fenced with
    peace around,
 \nd did not look for foemen's fire to burn them to the
 And many thought the gods above had listened to their plea,
 And Peace was ruler of the land and evermore would be.

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