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" The lark is up to meet the sun, The bee is on the wing, The ant her labor has begun, The woods with music ring. Shall birds and bees and ants be wise, While I my moments waste? Oh, let me with the morning rise, And to my duties haste. "
McGuffey's New First Eclectic Reader: For Little Children - Page 50
by William Holmes McGuffey - 1857 - 60 pages
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The School Reader: Third Book

Charles Walton Sanders - Readers - 1841 - 250 pages
...undying. 2. BE' INGS, persons existing. What are we taught to observe in Rule XI ? EARLY RISING. 1. THE lark is up to meet the sun, The bee is on the wing; The ant his labor has begun, The groves with music ring. 2. And shall I sleep when beams of morn Their light...
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The Primary Union Speaker: Containing Original and Selected Pieces for ...

John Dudley Philbrick - Recitations - 1866 - 159 pages
...the power of Truth assaileth Every form of wrong. EARLY SISHfG. fTTHE lark is up to meet the sun, A The bee is on the wing ; The ant its labor has begun,...and bees and ants be wise, While I my moments waste ? THE CHILD'S TALENT. GOD intrusts to all Talents, few or many ; None so young or small That have not...
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Pioneer Record and Reminiscences of the Early Settlers and Settlement of ...

Rufus Putnam - Fayette County (Ohio) - 1872 - 120 pages
...and your days, according to the Bible, shall be 120 years." — Author. "Early rising, long life." "The lark is up to meet the sun, The bee is on the...ant its labor has begun, The woods with music ring." In these fast days of degeneracy, no man is considered a gentleman unless he is dressed in broadcloth....
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First (-Fourth) reading book, Book 2

Philip George and son, ltd - 1872
...to sleep sound at night, and to be up and about while it is day. 45. EARLY RISING-. 1. THE birds are up to meet the sun, The bee is on the wing, The ant his labour has begun, The woods with music ring. 2. Then, shall I sleep when beams of morn Such light...
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Kingsbury Sketches: A Truthful and Succinct Account of the Doings and ...

John H. Kingsbury - 1875 - 296 pages
...PERNICIOUS EFECTS OF EARLY RISING. " Early to bed, Early to rise Makes one " — [Superannuated minstrel. The lark is up to meet the sun, The bee is on the wing, I hear a knock — 'tis eight o'clock, But to my bed I cling. [Modern lay. Whether the authors of the...
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McGuffey's New First Eclectic Reader: For Young Learners

William Holmes McGuffey - Readers - 1885 - 84 pages
...arm-ful let-ting set-ting bet-ting LESSON XLII. meet mu-sic ' & woods be-gun la-bor morn-ing du-ty mo-ments The lark is up to meet the sun, The bee is...While I my mo-ments waste? 0 let me with the morn-ing rise, And to my du-ty haste. fees goods why sees bees could hoods who woods what looks when sticks...
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First Lessons in English

Alfred Hix Welsh - English language - 1888 - 205 pages
...Boston, sober, the, Albany, declaim, Pittsburg. 8. good, goodness; soft, softness; wicked, wickedness. 9. The lark is up to meet the sun, The bee is on the...ant its labor has begun, The woods with music ring. 2. Pronoun. In speaking of yourself, what little words save you the trouble of repeating your own...
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Intermediate Lessons in English Grammar

English language - 1893 - 128 pages
...dark weeping willows that sloped to the ground, Dipped in their long branches, and shaded it round. The lark is up to meet the sun ; The bee is on the...ant its labor has begun ; The woods with music ring. You friendly earth, how far do you go, With wheat-fields that nod, and rivers that flow, And cities...
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New ... Reader, Volume 3

California. State Board of Education - Readers - 1895
...sickles, uncle, cousins, neighbors, tomorrow, able, field, waste, sharpen, friends. Copy and learn: The lark is up to meet the sun, The bee is on the...and bees, and ants be wise, While I my moments waste ? O let me with the morning rise And to my duty haste ! 8. BLACK BEAUTY. bread e nough tem'per course...
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The Elements of Language and Grammar: A Practical Course for Use in ...

Alfred Hix Welsh - English language - 1894 - 224 pages
...sober, the, Albany, declaim, Pittsburg. 8. good, goodness ; soft, softness ; wicked, wickedness. 9. The lark is up to meet the sun, The bee is on the...ant its labor has begun, The woods with music ring. THE PRONOUN. In speaking of yourself, what little words save you the trouble of repeating your own...
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