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The Daily Dispatch: June 22, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The two Pictures.by Fanny Howard. There had whispered a voice, 'twas the voice of God. I love thee! I love thee! pass under the rod. Come, Willie, let mamma put on your pretty new dress. And stand still like a darling, while I curl your hair; there, now you are ready to have your likeness taken; and what a pretty picture mamma's pet will make! So thought a young mother, while she gazed with a parent's pride on her little boy, as he stood before her in all the radiancy of infant beauty, his cheeks dyed with the joyous light of childhood. Willie's mother was about leaving her native land, to seek a home with the stranger, as she thought how pleased her dear old mother would be to have a likeness of her grandson, so that she could look upon his sweet face whenever her heart wearied for him; so there was a pretty little scarlet dress made for the occasion, and a new hat bought; and now mamma has put them on, and is going to take him to sit for his likeness. But, an