Now, from this general rule,鈥攏amely, that you are to do all service for your masters and mistresses as if you did it for God himself,鈥攖here arise several other rules of duty towards your masters and mistresses, which I shall endeavor to lay out in order before you. "About a month afterwards Birrboy came to me with a long face and said I had been gude, very gude to him, but thae was still a wee kindness I could do him in a quiet way. 268彩票 Now, from this general rule,鈥攏amely, that you are to do all service for your masters and mistresses as if you did it for God himself,鈥攖here arise several other rules of duty towards your masters and mistresses, which I shall endeavor to lay out in order before you. Memphis (weekly) Appeal will insert to the amount of $5, and send account to this office. 鈥淏ut why should I be ashamed of it?鈥?asked Martin. 鈥淭hat鈥檚 true; but I don鈥檛 like him any the better for that, the wretch! Ah, I hate him! how I hate him! how I hate him! But there he is coming back, so I shall begin again!鈥?And so he did.  鈥淣on, monsieur,鈥?replied F茅lise. Let us look at the treatment of the free negro at the North. In the States of Indiana and Illinois the most oppressive and unrighteous laws have been passed with regard to him. No law of any slave state could be more cruel in its spirit than that recently passed in Illinois, by which every free negro coming into the state is taken up and sold for a certain time, and then, if he do not leave the state, is sold again. Adrienne especially believed implicitly in her husband, who was now the supreme fashion amongst the Liberals, f锚ted, flattered by high and low, and just at this time the idol of the people; a popularity which soon gave place to hatred, and which did no good while it lasted. Fortinbras arranged and Martin became outwardly the perfect waiter. Of the craft itself he had much to learn, chiefly under the guidance of Bigourdin and sometimes under the shy instruction of F茅lise. Its many calls on intelligence and bodily skill surprised him. To balance a piled-up tray on one bent-back hand required the art of a juggler. He practised for days with a trayful of bricks before he trusted himself with plates and dishes. By means of this exercise his arm became muscular. He discovered that the long, grave step of the professor鈥攅specially when he bore a load of eatables鈥攄id not make for the perfect waiter鈥檚 celerity. He acquired the gentle arts of salad making and folding napkins into fantastic shapes. Never handy with his fingers, and, like most temperate young men in London lodgings, unaccustomed to the corkscrew, he found the clean prestidigitation of cork-drawing a difficult accomplishment. But he triumphed eventually in this as in all other branches of his new industry. And he liked it. It amused and interested him. It was work of which he could see the result. The tables set before the meal bore testimony to his handicraft. Never had plate been so polished, cutlery so lustrous, glass so transparent in the hundred years history of the H?tel des Grottes. And when the guests assembled it was a delight to serve them according to organised scheme and disarm criticism by demonstration of his efficiency. He rose early and went to bed late, tired as a draught-dog and slept the happy sleep of the contented human. That resolution (said he) was introduced under peculiar circumstances, during considerable excitement, and he went for it as a peace-offering to the South, without sufficiently reflecting upon the precise import of its phraseology; but, after a little deliberation, he was sorry; and he had been sorry but once, and that was all the time; he was convinced that, if that resolution remain upon the journal, it would be disastrous to the whole Northern church. 鈥淗is idea is that I should enter your employment as a kind of forewoman in your fabrique.鈥? Now, from this general rule,鈥攏amely, that you are to do all service for your masters and mistresses as if you did it for God himself,鈥攖here arise several other rules of duty towards your masters and mistresses, which I shall endeavor to lay out in order before you. 鈥淚t is true,鈥?retorted Madame Robineau. 鈥淥therwise you would not refuse him the desire of his heart. Without him you would have not a rag to your back, or a shoe to your foot, and no more religion than a heathen. It is to him you owe everything鈥攅verything. Without him you would be in the gutter where he fished you from.鈥?