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The scene of woe was gone, and the dayspring of hope had risen for the two girls.
CYNTHIA WAKEHAM'S MONEYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
At night Mr. Thomason on ‘Through the tender mercy of our God, whereby the dayspring from on high hath visited us.’
He and his people had been promised a passage home in the Dayspring, with their canoes in tow.
There is a dayspring in the history of this nation which those who are on the mountain tops can as yet perhaps only recognize.
SYBILBENJAMIN DISRAELI
When the gay heart, to life's sweet dayspring true, Still finds some insect pleasure to pursue.
The dayspring brings not joy to me, The moon it whispers not of peace; But oh!
"We had counted on you taking hold again at the Dayspring," he said.
A DAMAGED REPUTATIONHAROLD BINDLOSS
He had been three months at the Dayspring, and had heard nothing from Barbara.
A DAMAGED REPUTATIONHAROLD BINDLOSS
"Buy Dayspring on my account as far as funds will go," it read.
A DAMAGED REPUTATIONHAROLD BINDLOSS
The dayspring will glint its glory over thy pathway, and the lustre of morning will bathe thee in heaven.
SARONIARICHARD SHORT

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