SECOND BOY. 鈥楢ll right; I鈥檒l wait till some one comes out.鈥? He plots our Ruin, and make us his Tools. When Christmas Day arrived, though not yet out of danger, she was allowed to see all her Batala friends who could come, including the boys of the School,鈥攏o doubt a mere passing glimpse of each. Much warm interest had been shown by the people of the city, as well as by the Christians who so well knew and loved her. Before Christmas Day, however, Miss Tucker seems to have accepted the fact that, so far as could be seen, she had not yet fought out her battle, had not yet to exchange Cross for Crown. So early as the 21st of December Miss Wauton wrote to Mrs. Hamilton:鈥? A tide of living light, o鈥檈rwhelming all ???When Shepherds us'd to sing. 午夜色大片在线观看_荔枝视频app黄_天天看片_青青青在线视频大杳蕉 鈥楥heer and encourage and pray for me, my Laura, that my Autumn may be better than my Spring and Summer鈥攖hat the richest harvest come in the latter days. Ask the Lord to give me Indian gems in the crown which He has bought for His servants. 鈥榃hat a contrast between Christianity and Muhammadanism, Hinduism, any other religion! As Bini lay near her pure white coffin, with flowery Crosses above her, a party of the rather upper, educated men of Batala came to pay customary respect to the bereaved father. They were taken right up to where the white-clad form lay peacefully on a charpai.... At Bini鈥檚 funeral the contrast was most striking; for as the white flowery coffin was carried to its resting-place, we all singing hymns of praise, the Hindus were鈥攁bout fifty yards to the left of us鈥攂urning a corpse. To the right, flowers and music; to the left, fire. The miserable wail of the heathen over their dead was not then heard; only our hymns, and then beautiful words uttered over a peaceful grave.鈥? Depart, and leave me to my fate. Away! 鈥楯une 11.鈥擱eached Simla, much wearied. Slept about thirteen hours.