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鈥楾hen a Bible picture-book is opened; perhaps the story of the Fall read. Muhammadans believe a great deal of the Old Testament; one can talk to them of 鈥淔ather Adam,鈥?and 鈥淢other Eve,鈥?without shocking them in the least. I cannot talk much,鈥攙ery little indeed,鈥攂ut I can say such things as I have written above, and tell the dear women that I am happy, that I do not fear death at all, because I believe that the Lord bore the punishment of my sins on the Cross. 鈥楳ission Bungalow, Jan. 29.鈥擧ere I am, back again in my nice large room. My nieces would have it so, and made all arrangements during my absence.... I must tell dear Leila what C. H. said one day, absurd as it sounds; but it was a compliment to her work, therefore I repeat it. 鈥淗ow bonny the Auntie looks in her[260] new bonnet!鈥?There is a bit of flattery, spoken for once by one who is particularly plain-spoken! But it was the bonnet that was bonny, not your loving old sister.鈥? Also, I remember that when Sam started spending more time in the office, he was very, very intense."I kept hoping things would work out. And I should say this: Wal-Mart showed real good numbersduring this whole period. It was never a question of mismanagement. What we had was a semiretiredfounder who didn't want to go away, on top of an old-line bunch of store managers at war with anambitious young guy with big ideas of his own. � � She was generally sound, with no especial delicacy; she did not suffer from any tendency to headache; she was not fussy, or self-indulgent, or dainty as to her eating, or particular as to personal comforts, or squeamish as to her surroundings, or shy in making new friends, or afraid of toil and trouble. All these things were in her favour. She was in fact no timid shrinking Miss Toosey,鈥攄ear little old lady that Miss Toosey was!鈥攂ut a fine spirited specimen of A middle-aged Lady of England,鈥攚ell fitted, it might be, to become even then A Lady of India. Those who think of following the example of A. L. O. E. ought to possess at least some of her qualifications. Had a Miss Toosey, instead of a Miss Tucker, been the Pioneer of elderly ladies in the Mission-field, the attempt would have been a disastrous failure. 在线一级片 鈥楧earest Laura,鈥擶e at last opened our piano, and your song has been thoroughly examined. The result is that some parts are much liked. Clara was so much pleased with the verse about the Rose, that after singing it over for Mother鈥檚 benefit she sang it three times over for her own. The words are not worthy of the music; it ought to be sacred; and I intend to copy it out in my own little music-book as a hymn, so that its interest will not die away with that of the bridal.[8] The part next best liked is the Shamrock verse; and if I might venture a suggestion, I think that the whole of the 鈥淲e hail thee鈥?might be set to it; only the 鈥済littering鈥?accompaniment must be confined to the Shamrock verse. I think people often like the repetition of one air over and over, far better than a great variety. O鈥橲han. [Retreating a step. Aside.] Murther! and the gun is not loaded! � On first going to Batala Charlotte Tucker had had the idea in her mind of inaugurating there a sort of 鈥榋enana鈥橻309] of maiden Missionary ladies,鈥攁 close retreat, from which the foot of Man should be utterly and always excluded. Probably this was part of her desire to imitate the ways of Natives. Some judicious combating was needed to break her loose from it; though when once a gentleman-Missionary had actually arrived, theories went down before the spirit of hospitality. T鈥檃ssert thy innocence, or shield thee from