鈥楧ec. 27.鈥擳he best day, I think, that I have ever had in Zenanas.... N. B., A very nice visit. Two fine young men, and at least seven women of various ages, appeared pleased, interested, and without any bigotry. So much inclined towards Christianity did one man in particular seem, that I spoke of the advantage of a united family accepting the Truth, and expressed a hope that all would come out. 鈥淪at!鈥漑129] echoed the Hindu heartily, throwing up one of his hands, as though to give force to the word.鈥? II. Drawing a paper from his pocket the stranger read as follows: And with an abruptness which she could not reconcile with his usual suave formality of manner, he turned swiftly and walked through the lobby and disappeared. His leave-taking almost resembled the flight he spoke of. Daresby. I鈥檒l not submit to such treatment. My name is ... 分身 哀求 控制 导管 鈥淥h, you need not be afraid about your character, John,鈥?said Theobald kindly, 鈥渁nd as it is getting late, there can be no occasion for you to leave the house before to-morrow morning.鈥? 鈥業 send you and dear Leila a few words of St. Paul鈥檚 which seem to me so sweet and restful,鈥攁 pillow for weary heads. 鈥淏eloved of God, called to be saints.鈥?It is often difficult to realise that we are beloved of God, because conscience says we do not deserve to be so. I have often to fight against discouragements.鈥? One little remark that she made to Mr. Bateman was, 鈥楾hank God, He has made me quite comfortable鈥? and again, 鈥業 don鈥檛 find that I can pray to God about myself; for I don鈥檛 know what to say.鈥? I remember soon after one of these books was published I happened to meet Mrs. Jupp to whom, by the way, Ernest made a small weekly allowance. It was at Ernest鈥檚 chambers, and for some reason we were left alone for a few minutes. I said to her: 鈥淢r. Pontifex has written another book, Mrs. Jupp.鈥? From time to time an actual live boy had been thrown to her, either by being caught and brought to Battersby, or by being asked to meet her if at any time she came to Roughborough. She had generally made herself agreeable, or fairly agreeable, as long as the boy was present, but as soon as she got Ernest to herself again she changed her note. Into whatever form she might throw her criticisms it came always in the end to this, that his friend was no good, that Ernest was not much better, and that he should have brought her someone else, for this one would not do at all.