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NOBODY'S DARLING.

Id the great city, Ifootaore and cad, Tbreadtog Iti tangle, Poor, beggar lad. Oome rain, oome hall, Oome froac or snow ; fiomeleia and friendless. Nowhere to go. Fair-faced and wistful, Yellow hit hair, Sweet blue eyes Graying Somebody's carp. NJne yaars— no older— Whose child 1« be ? Nobody 'a darling — Bad destiny. Feet erer straying, Will they ne'er reat? Hungry and thhsty, Soba awell bis breast. Crowds ever passing, None heed him there, Nobody's darling, Nobody'a care. Dying of hanger, God hears bin. moan j Beads down bis angels, They take him home. Oome rain, come hall," Oome frost and anow ; " One beggar liddie leaa Homeless to go. — « Little Folka '

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NOBODY'S DARLING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2074, 27 February 1889

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NOBODY'S DARLING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2074, 27 February 1889

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