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" KIND words never blister the tongue or lips. And we have never heard of any mental trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. They help one's own good nature and good will. "
District School Journal, of the State of New-York - Page 58
1849
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The Mothers' friend, ed. by Ann Jane, Volumes 4-7

Ann Jane - 1851
...he will not spell well, by learning to read on this plan ; we write fr' . HOME COMFORTS. Kind words never blister the tongue or lips; and .we have never...though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much! They help one's own good nature and good will. Soft words soften our own soul; angry words are fuel...
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The Baptist children's magazine (ed. by J.F. Winks).

Joseph Foulkes Winks - 1851
...the rest, Due to thy last and most effectual work — Thy Word fulfilled, the conquest of the world. Kind words do not cost much. They never blister the tongue or lips ; and we never heard of any mental troubles arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet they...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Volume 32

1852
...upon the use that is made of these additional hours. — Chiefly from Chambers Journal, KIND WORDS. KIND words do not cost much. They never blister the tongue or lips ; and we never heard of any mental trouble arising from their use ; and though they do not cost much yet they...
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The Teacher and the Parent: A Treatise Upon Common-school Education ...

Charles Northend - Common education - 1853 - 327 pages
...KIND WORDS. SPEAK GENTLY. "Kind words do not cost much; they never blister the tongue nor lips, and we never heard of any mental trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, they help one's own good-nature. Soft words soften our own souls. Angry words are fuel to the flame...
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The Illustrated Magazine, Volumes 23-24

Literature - 1867
...that she hoped God would bless him for his kindness to them when in misery and despair. WORDS. — They never blister the tongue or lips. And we have never heard of one mental trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much....
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The British Friend, Volume 14, Issue 2

Society of Friends - 1856
...effect, in later times, of the state of things just depicted, upon education ? AA (To be eyntiiiufd.) KIND WORDS do not cost much. They never blister the...Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much — they help one's good nature and good will. Soft words soften our own soul. Angry words are fuel...
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The Christian Pioneer, Volumes 10-14

Baptists - 1856
...bate me too ! The word that saves me will engage A sure defence from all their rage. antl KIND WOBDS do not cost much. They never blister the tongue or...heard of any mental trouble arising from this quarter. Thongh they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. They help one's good nature and good will....
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The Power of Kindness: Inculcating the Principles of Benevolence and Love

Charles Morley - Kindness - 1856 - 180 pages
...kind of bodily suffering. And we never have heard of any mental trouble arising from this q aarter. Though they do not cost, much, yet they accomplish...1. They help one's own good nature and good will. One cannot be in a habit of this kind, without thereby pecking away something of the granite roughness...
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The Metropolitan: A Monthly Magazine, Devoted to Religion ..., Volume 4

1856
...ignited." KIND WORDS. — They never blister the long-tie or lips. And we have never heard of any menial trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. They help one's own good nature and good will. Soft words soften our own soul. Angry words are fuel...
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Arthur's Home Magazine, Volume 1

1858
...the tongue or lips on their passage into the world, or occasion any other kind of bodily suffering; and we have never heard of any mental trouble arising...1. They help one's own good nature and good will. One cannot be in a habit of this kind, without thereby pecking away something of the granite roughness...
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