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Mit Livs Fejltrin

I mit Liv vare Fejltrin mange

Author: Una Locke; Translator: P. H. Dam
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Author: Una Locke

Urania Locke Bailey [Una Locke] was born on November 20, 1820 in Gill, Massachusetts and died on March 25, 1882. Bailey’s works include: I Want to Be an Angel (Boston, Massachusetts: Horace Partridge, 1857) Clara, the Motherless Young Housekeeper, or, The Life of Faith (Carlton & Porter, Sunday School Union, 1860) Una’s Papa, and Other Stories (Carlton & Porter, 1867) Red Letter Days in Old England and New England (New York: Nelson & Phillips, 1871) Star Flowers (New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1882) http://www.hymntime.com/tch/bio/b/a/i/bailey_uls.htm  Go to person page >

Translator: P. H. Dam

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Text Information

First Line: I mit Liv vare Fejltrin mange
Title: Mit Livs Fejltrin
Author: Una Locke
Translator: P. H. Dam
Refrain First Line: Jeg ved jeg er svag og, syndig

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