Thus Four of our Passengers told their melancholy Stories, which the Danger of the Road had first brought into their Memories. There was a Fifth, a young Lady Daughter to one of the Gentlemen: so they ask'd, If she had not a Story wherewith to oblige the Company? To which she reply'd, That she had no Story of that kind; being but, lately come out of a Nunnery, (where her Father had plac'd her for a safe Education, Death having depriv'd her of her Mother); but she would relate a Transaction which happen'd in the said Convent. In June came one of the heaviest blows of all her Missionary career,鈥攁 very dark shadow indeed upon its brightness. This was the sudden and unexpected apostasy of one who for years had belonged to their little band of Christians,鈥攐ne of the first Native Christians whom she had learnt to know on her earliest arrival at Amritsar,鈥攐ne whom she had loved and trusted, and whom she had looked upon as not only a follower of Christ by profession but in very truth. She felt the defection of this man with exceeding acuteness. He has been once or twice already referred to as Z., or Maulvi Z., and he might have been referred to dozens of times. The first letter on this sad subject to Mrs. Hamilton was written while Miss Tucker was away from home, staying with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Baring. 鈥楢s I allow myself 锟?70 in India, you see that I have a nice balance to spend; so you may be quite easy, and I quite thankful, regarding finances. One ought to thank God for independent means; and I am very grateful to my honoured father also.鈥? R.A.F. Aeroplane. By which our Souls of Heav'n participate. Oh, but he鈥檚 been long awa鈥? 成年人黄视频大全_成年人黄视频在线观看_第一改装网 TO MISS 鈥楲EILA鈥?HAMILTON. One hour remained before the time fixed for the Baptism, when the young man鈥擝abu G. he may be called鈥攃ame in, troubled and pale. His Mother had somehow divined his intention, and was doing her utmost to prevent its being carried out. She flung a brick at the head of one Christian Native, who had had a hand in influencing the young Muhammadan; she raved and beat her breast; she cursed and tore her hair; she declared to her son that if he became a Christian she would die. CHAPTER II ???No Change nor Want of any Thing, They'd sink with Fear, or overset with Pride.