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Felicia Dorothea Hemans, 1793–1835
[Mentioned in Retrospection and Introspection, p. 9, and Miscellany, p. 185]
Felicia Hemans was fourteen when her first poems were published and severely criticized. But in 1819 she won a prize for a poem commemorating the meeting of William Wallace with Robert Bruce on the banks of the Carron. Two years later she won the prize given by the Royal Society of Literature for a poem on Dartmoor.
Mrs. Hemans was born in Liverpool, but her family moved to Wales when she was a child. Although she later lived near Liverpool and in her last years in Dublin near her brother, she loved Wales most. In spite of her secluded life, her poems were widely known both in Britain and in the United States. She was even offered an editorship of a magazine published in Boston, but she declined it.
"AS ONE HAVING AUTHORITY"
ROBERT ELLIS KEY
GOD'S EVER-PRESENT KINGDOM
PHEBE BARRETT SMITH
DOROTHY COREAUX VOORSANGER
YOUR FATHER HEARS
JAMES K. WESTOVER
THE POWER OF PRAISE
ROSEMARY M. CRISP
MAN IS UNAFRAID
GEORGE PERRY DIXON
INSOMNIA HEALED THROUGH AWAKENING
VERA H. SHEPHARD
REFLECTION, NOT YEARNING
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
OBEDIENCE UNFOLDS THE WAY
ELOISE PATTILLO HENDRICK
IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
GAINING THE SOLUTION OF BEING
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 175 - Maintaining Our Vision
I am grateful to God for Christ Jesus...
Ernest Stephen Simmonds with contributions from Kathleen I Simmonds
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Marguerite G. Petersen
Several years have elapsed since...
Stella R. Jobe
In the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,"...
Carolyn A. Freeman with contributions from Charles N. Freeman
As a little girl I truly loved God
In thinking of my experience...
Christian Science has brought so...
Christ Jesus spoke a language...
Years ago the doctors said my...
Hazel McConnell Wright
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Henry Geerlings, Henry E. Robinson