APPENDIX I
Harriet Gould's Book
The following poems have been transcribed from a manuscript album
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verse origi-
nally owned by Harriet Gould
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Dover, Vermont. The album came to its present
owners, Ralph and Verne Howe
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Wilmington, Vermont, from the estate
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Florence Fox Howe also
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Wilmington. While the poems are transcribed literatim
in the appendixes, when they are quoted in the body
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this book spelling is stan-
dardized and errors are silently corrected.
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Harriet A. Gould's
Book Dover Vt
March 18th 1837
Through all thy life let virtue Shine,
And by the Lord be led.
Then shall his blessings all divine,
Still cluster round thy head.
Thy days shall glide along in peace
And Jesus be thy friend
Thy death shall be a sweet release
Thy days shall never end -
Mansfield Bruce
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Should dearest friends some kind memento trace,
Along the unwritten columns of this book
When distance or the grave hides form and face
Into this volume sweet t'will be to look.
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