^AAli&x-^ Srvo Gsjarvi Amiss, son at Mr ¥_ Mrs* David Amo«. was born May 28th, 181RJ, died July 7th, I6i>lf aged 1 year, X month and a days.
* Th«rt*V no Baby face hi the Cradle
.^There's no baby face in the cradle,
'ihere's no rosy li^u to kiss; Therms 1*0' httle voice calling papa*
And, i>u?, now my darting 1 alius, Tne sanguine of life has been clouded, A
Tue uopes of njy heart; are ail tied, Witi^gntf nan my joy been enshrouded,
I'm wueping, for baby is dead.
There's no )>aby face in the cradle*
No more will that dear golden head lie laid on tue soft do way pillow— ** My beautiful darling is dead. *M
Xo more will the hands of my darling
Be lifted in innocent giee; To wave outasw^-ju baby welcome,
To make liwine so precious to me: Where angels of glory assemble.
Our loved one, our darling awaits; Tue smite that is %oiiv fiom the cradle /Now. beams througn tne beautiful gates.
A^IES,—Ada Belle Ames, daughter of MrTf and AJrs. David Ames, was borti uct. 2itaJh?l&<8 and died J une 15th, Istn, aged is years, 7 mouths ¦ranci 17 days.
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