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时间: 2019年12月11日 03:02

TO MRS. HAMILTON. � � And though she thus abused me, Like a parch茅d scroll Of the above event Miss Wauton says: 鈥業n 1882 she came to a Conference in Lahore, in which all the Zenana Missions of the Panjab were represented, and was with one consent elected President of the Meetings. None who were present could ever forget the tactful, graceful way in which she conducted the proceedings. Many, I believe, felt that the harmonious spirit, which prevailed in that assembly, was largely due to the loving and Catholic spirit of our President.鈥? 欧美成 人版在线_亚洲 在线 成 人色色 鈥淪HUT UP!鈥?Billy screamed, so rattled by the sight of Jenn鈥檚 tears that he erupted in a total non-Bonehead frenzy. 鈥淛UST SHUT UP!鈥? 鈥業n old Runjit鈥檚 time a kind of Native prophet declared that our Lord was greater than all others. This Pandit was succeeded by another, who declared that all the people would become the Lord鈥檚 followers. They who came first would receive honour; they who came next, a mere subsistence; they who came last would be driven in! Then a third teacher arose鈥攖he present one. He said that a shepherd pushes one sheep after another into the fold, and when all are in follows himself; and that so he would get the people into the Christian fold, and then follow them. For though during these three years I had been jolly enough, I had not been altogether happy. The hunting, the whisky punch, the rattling Irish life 鈥?of which I could write a volume of stories were this the place to tell them 鈥?were continually driving from my mind the still cherished determination to become a writer of novels. When I reached Ireland I had never put pen to paper; nor had I done so when I became engaged. And when I was married, being then twenty-nine, I had only written the first volume of my first work. This constant putting off of the day of work was a great sorrow to me. I certainly had not been idle in my new berth. I had learned my work, so that every one concerned knew that it was safe in my hands; and I held a position altogether the reverse of that in which I was always trembling while I remained in London. But that did not suffice 鈥?did not nearly suffice. I still felt that there might be a career before me, if I could only bring myself to begin the work. I do not think I much doubted my own intellectual sufficiency for the writing of a readable novel. What I did doubt was my own industry, and the chances of the market. As Beggars for their Gain, turn blind and lame, As makes us since, almost, our Practice hate;