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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - September 1, 1851, Burlington, IowaVol. Xii. A countr Gove Ujtko by might is insured against destruction. Its policy can no Yak Hun out. Its unde whiter can never Kai Burlington Low a september 11. 1851. No. 17 Friday 9, ism. The Dauhl r of flight i a Story of time present time. About Kentucky politics. The game the sometimes undertakes to enlighten 1 the Pablic on the a object of polities in Kentucky. A Short time ago it informed its readers that a Sibr years past that state has shown Demontra tons of taking her appropriate position in the j democratic line a and congratulated itself and the democracy that it had done so. At the late a Lection. In the last number of that paper we find another Effort of the Gazette in the same line. It j is True that Poi Roll is elected by a majority something less than the Gazette claims and that in is the first democratic governor that Kentucky has had 18-18�?not quite a Quarter of a Cen Turr. As to the balance of the Gazette s information it would not do to depend upon if a per Ana wished to to get entirely accurate. The whig Iton Wisner. 1ou d yourself. I d let the work go for majority in the legislature is not As the i 0nce. And look to my Gazette thinks but is Large As Large As there is Millicent smiled a smile so sad it dimmed a Lille of the circumstances that he Lias not Ain re reason for silence i am tie More inclined to believe kindly of him he is not the just Tooi ight. T once feared forgave m. Chapter lit. Of Penn tec eyes. Millicent found a kind face. Bending Overfi her watching anxiously for some 1 return of animation. It was Tom s. A a you re coining to now a said the poor i 1 thought As you was gone when i first see you. How was to i took a it seized me All at once a Sun my no blinding dizziness and 1 my Down replied Millicent. I i in Tell von what it is you stick too close to work. You re Gouin on too Fust it won t i to. Of must give yourself a Little rest. A i can to just now a said Millicent. Should explain the occurrence in his own Way a for i received an order this morning which i i must execute immediately. Indeed 1 must re 1 main up All night or it not be finished in you�?1 once feared he sores me. Rut May 1 Stig ask one question do 1 or time for you of course do just As y of you intend in spite of All this to comply with i like As Ustia. But i Reserve my Scolum still this evening and now Good Bye a Itzy occasion for though not so Large As it has been or May be again whenever the whigs say the word. The Gazette says however that the whig a have so gerrymandered the state that the a to crack must Roll up majorities of thousands in Mead of hundreds upon the popular vote before a Republican Rule of representation prevail in j the Kentucky legislature this be news to the democracy in Ken a tensions for Bel Wood a feared a Why say. Feared a a because 1 have no Trust no Confidence in or be i Wood. 1 would not say so before hut believe me it has taken a weight from my heart to find your name is Charlton Helen looked the picture of a Esphir. A that is an assumed name she said in a suffocating voice. And i have distressed wounded you a cried Millicent deeply distressed. 11 Hen 1 am sure it was not your intention a said Helen embracing her. Still 1 would no willing he i have Vou Sev or a 0 1 Quot a it Cousin Ai y More than my. ,7�? he build and i Hope you Mav yourself Rii taken. Rut who is this a a there was a loud Knock at the door As she spoke. Sirels it must to him a hat or Bel Vood a a a How unfortunate it would a me so wretched to meet him 1 m i not leave the a Quot is without being seen a 1 try my contrive it if to i wait Here a Short time while i go Down and see him. A rut he is coming up said Millicent distracts Ribiat is his step a a and she looked round or a Elwood swish that you should Goto America a a i a mild Ray her not indeed something tells me i ought not. But counsel me dear Millicent. What w Ould you recommend in to do a a since you have ask i me i own Flint 1 think you should by no Means go unless he a Cut pallies you. And Pardon Iny interference but i Hope you be firm on that Point. I cannot help believing it is the most serious act of your life.5 still Helen hesitated and it was Long before Millicent urging again and again the Many cogent reasons for decision could bring her to concur in her views. At last she was but too Well convinced though not Millicent revealed All Millicent. When her first transports had subs ded. Was not sorry to be alone reflecting that she had much Nia ined to a Ikang any display she might appear at the judge s mansion in suitable attire Ami fort Nate i it Tom came in at this moment and learning her w wishes undertook to go with her to mrs grims Liaw and see that she made restitution. Loins presence proved to be very Nercessan j tor mrs grit Shaw wit i her usual exhortation sought to in Laft her claim in eve j Way and it was not Tom threatened to Voke the a then you would do away with All forms a l i a order a a by no Means. Order is As i entail a a is a. J Church As in a household and there Are certain j forms referent and significant used from line he had much to arrange and hut Little time re j immemorial which appear to coma is o Danto in by tamed. Her chief business was to recover her j from the heart. These seem due to divine Mai i Tom Grid Visnaw in order that without 1 est. Which we cannot approach in a Iruine Loo i Isi intr nine a i uary i a a Tho Imp la i 10 Vav a if you admit . We Are Only at Issue As of j How far forms should be carried. I ice i Mav i have some Hopes of converting you after but Here is mrs Susan a she May still get named looked the1 same Prim trim figure a in Days of old Only 1 to Sihle j there was no Little dignity from a huge Ebony i to in Cross which Hung at her to a Coril a a i i a in tip _ i a count la brought to of Baib of taif Stine m a Tori a thou re a a tel misgivings disclosing Mema dark glimpse of a reasonable terms. At length All Vvan s. Hied j Nib Arr id at first from a recollection of the Ood s character and o. The objects he Possi a the boxes were bestowed in a cab and Millicent was once More that in my stress. I h curiosity. Well,1 have just heard from the Coachman Liat there Beta an next exclamations of Surprise broke from his a no ence. A Harriet c in on a pursued Oswald hag it or off with or a did you say or Belg i d a Cri i m. Ricena starting up. Vond. Why Are you so marry her. He m i know has wife and by Helen a resolve she went away leavin her poor Friend More Calm an promising to repeat j could not conceal her a Rief circumstances under which Thev had parted she i. I was evil envy pleased to meet m Alicent discern .11,11 v. W to had by tvs time come Home i it Quick that the retained no . Delv. Poor Tom s eyes1 won t let you do it a lie said taking up her imn Lein nits from the table. A its like murder and go to the shop and Tell Mem of. Here Mary he continued his sister at this moment ,.entering a she stalking of setting up All night and 11 i10&Quot it a a Neal Merit she s hardly Able to go about. Helen bewildered by a i Loon site Shan t do no such thing cried Mau it a not r to interpose and before she re a and for a very Good reason As f be heard of l 0 t1&Quot k. M Alicent Lew into an adj icel Ward something More prof Tahler i Nice Little Job that Roe a i Drew the door behind lie. At the same he and labor Ami won t Tak Quot Long i moment Jelwood entered. A i tel you she can t do an Thui cried Alli on of or that you fix your a i just picked her up Oil the floor in a regular a ,\v<js.on Ine wildly a he cried throwing Ittin Rocky it be recollected that the democrats i sound. T self into a chair. Quot die might think 1 was ban a in a swot ind said m try a axing in Millicent s Shost instead of Lesli and sinews. What a her visit Erv soon. Chapter Liv. O i the Day after Milf cent a meeting with Hel w in she saw i dressed. A you leave us now a Fie said dejectedly a after Livin with us s ich a while and being with of 1 its Fields to the utter astonishment of the denizens i done to know when with them Weka be Ait left to had As Little act struggle in. An elegant and sumptuous Carriage mad a its a us like a sister like one of ourselves appearance in the narrow dirty streets of spit in 1 a sad world where we re obliged to Fields to the utter astonishment o a who in that Reindle dependency i Quai Tanee with such spectacles As Gulliver a Huyhn hams. A gang of vagrant ragged shoe Helen bewildered by a difficulty so unix pct less ii chins who might truly have passed for Youthful yahoos started from play by an incident so novel followed in it Pursuit shouting and Hur Rahing and evidently considering that a new epoch was at hand. The Carriage contained a lady and gentleman. Lead an accidental majority in the late convention that first a the Constitution of Kentucky and they used it to Divide the slate into districts and to provide that a certain number of senators and face. And you re to take the lady a dross die s ordered. M a Light Foos got so Many sick it nil b a quite a f Ivor. She a ivs if you goes. How Cati 1. M Irv when 1 have engaged my self a rut you re too to Wolc by so urged Tom. A and i be offered to go an. Get her Oil it a Settle All that never fear a returned Marv. A you sit Down m Alicent. And l l m a you a c a it of Tea an 1 the i if you f vis b tier we d set Oil a but. Dear Mary a now s the use of talking you could it sit it to All night is to Hove Tod a i m afraid not after what his h .>�en�d�?1 you Knoy s Iid you dog a i a my o i t pro it a 11 that ends i la Clear Vou at Milli aet Antly pc of it was nothing a Mere momentary feeling said m Hicento. 1 am quite Well now. Mary Shook her head. A no no you looks too he present natives should be elected in each District. A a al y for she replied. But anyway dear 1 ,., i Vou Cando 1 mentioned and it a i he a they provided also for the election of re Prenta a Lor yol it a is Oll a to ,0 t 1 a mov Otu fives by single districts in the cities and by of town a Little Way f r mrs Lightfoot h these meats they have secured a representative 1 measurer s got the colera the Strong whig City of Louisville and utile a indifferent port ions of the sate. Til is charge of a a is the last one that cum be brought against the whigs of Kentucky with any a How of Justice. Of the delegation in Congress the Gazette is a it is composed of five democrats for whig and one this term Mahvi de script a we suppose is intended to apply to be a. E a Rares Rucj who was elected us in Independent whig. Or Gray was not the regular nominee of the whigs and was elected Over the of Enlar nominee by a Large majority of the g Zette supposes that for such reason m Grey is Iny less a whig or More a Democrat he is no do Ken altogether in the Man. No politician in Kentucky a place. 1 his views More explicitly on record or Given a More emphatic opposition to the measures of the democracy a Haa slits "110 1-tleserip&Quot of the Gazette. The term is wholly a Misnomer. The most important pice of ,1 form Itira al e it Kentucky politics the Gazette reserves to the last Clerc it is a a the cause of i site combos defeat in tie 1 Ashland District was u remark of the Patriot e Clay made in his last speech at he a declared that upon the great question of Man taming taif Compromise the democratic party of. The North Hud shown Uicon Ilves far More Relia but us Power of enduring its h we than the whigs in the am geographical division. M Breck Ridge nettled no belter group us work than this for a Triumph in Clay s own District Anil Success we Are glad to find the Gazette so we like this positive Way it has of announcing i that a thing is so Quot and not otherwise. For instance 1. Or Clay made a speech at l Xing to fun a i. Or Clay said speech that the democratic party of the North had shown them j selves far More reliable than the whig of the a North upon the great question of set is a i i a the Compromise it. The remark of or Clay a the cause of col. Combs defeat and of the election of major Leleck Enridge. It May look like the height of foil it us to a ten vat to question the correctness of these several statements of the Gazette. C rat july no one could presume from the manner �11 which they air up to Forth that they or made upon any but the very Best authority. As it May a a he a Gazette an Opportunity of proving its several j site meets to to True which it is no doubt very j Well Able to do and As some Parsons Are either j so incredulous or so uncharitable As to aver that j they a done to believe a word of it a or. That tier 1 is a no fondation for it whatever Quot a be Tak ,. Quot oui Ign. Ill , is Auenson ups. No alarm not while i Cave Coin. , dear Charles. Seemed elsewhere. Suddenly he pulled the Check thing not while i have feeling Pipit Lueien meekly and. Forgetting in Lier string and tie Coachman Quot rent friends As vote Call then i Arm the proximity of Millicent. You know. A is it hero lord Childers a cried the lady with kind. It what a their kindness the matter Nowy real alar you alway s write to prepare me a and More fool 1 1 t had better have prepared you for something else for something i have Long foreseen and which has now com. To Pas. 1 am ruined a a of Cit Arles is this True a a so True that if i aug not help d by a Miracle. Shall soon be in prison. Everything is gone to the very Rug tinder your f Etc a v them we p it ses if Thev leave you at Liberty. And. Dear Charles if you think yourself in d Inger do you Noil while there is yet time o i let us h. Gone instantly. A thank v Gnu id go he myself when i be made up my mini. It it is in Edna to detain Vou and in fact 1 wish to set off at once. You must go to j a not alone a said Millicent. A you have your husband Mary and there is your brother 1 too who he with you always and whenever 1 can i shall come and see j a what when you r with your great friends i who makes s it much of you ? forget us or think of us. A a. I painful to both of whom were absorbed in thought 1 but the 1 a shall i forget the hand slut gave me bread i Kuly fearing observation crouched Back in her when 1 was dying of hunger a s Iid Millicent reseat while her companion kept his Eye fixed on i proach full. And pressing Mary a finders to her tin window though in Plain truth his attention lips. No Mary not while i can remember any and life my have indeed been ,. A to that i have a wondering look. Received from you from friends who gave me , replied the Nobleman. I what they needed Only too much themselves a impossible surely Millicent Rennels tie 1 and throwing herself 01 Mary a bosom she re heart full. Gifted gentle Millicent live Here Maine locked in her embrace. And be Drew Back loathing. 1 most kindly was she Welcom a on arriving in lord Childers abruptly left the Carriage and by rave Square by Fanny who indeed now her j a a this a to a time you h Ive been Here. 1 suppose a she said with a Benignant Quot How do you like our Church a a she thinks you Are too Catholic Sai l Fanny As Millicent hesitated How to reply. Ski 111 Shook her head hut still smiled she was enacting the propagandist. A can be too Catholic alien a she to ked of Millicent. I be i must Tak you Ulm Rev tuition again. You must cd a re re very very 1 must bring her with is whenever i can a observed Fanny j i Aiti in it when she comes a even or h elfed about bin a because because he a married already. A m Igried a a yes privately Meriol saw her Only a this tins Fie looked to Inatio sately a Aid >1 Cha us. While Fanny and o so to be Echles with Stonis Hylent. A go and spi a to my a and left tie room. Chapter la. It was at tie horticultural fete of few hours previously to id visit to Helen of which had been an unseen witness fat Bel Vood so iialll.1 by mrs Clinton encountered a Larriet. In an instant she shop d a Way from tier stip another. And j it Ine it i him. A i have been watching and following you for some twin to detain Elliis Meel Itig a lie Aid Asb led tier into .1 end a walk suppressing for the moment from regard of ids critical position. A Trace of spleen a thing in i heart and assuming a tone and manner inexpressibly tend re j a Ltd 1 inor Ucic our \ o i Lia v a seen me. I no dear i i net arid Yco a of no you la j to reflect she Aje reason to Cla Ige her opium of. Have never tried to so Peak to to Only like a dream As is a would you like to visit the Sisters of mercy. A you might have judged from my looks How judging from his silence did not seem to hear her remark. A Are you sure von have not mistaken the place i. My Childers pursued tie lady hesitating to alight. A of perfectly. You enter the court by this archway and she lives in the last House on the a poor dear but i shall find if. I have Char a a a yes. Why 11 get s of and get a w n id h fore Yoi 1 she had seen be r Demeanour in j her if possible with even Iner cased tenderness and admiration. A the judge and Oswald received her with equal cordiality to 1 with hardly Liss affection. Millicent a a heart heat pro Tofy As seated at i Fanny a Side she found herself again in that sphere of society so Long her own and the refinements of which she could so fully no doubt and her sufferings now come to an it was like rising from the Tomb coming out of i the House of bondage and entering a fruitful and i must do Vvhs t i How i c in. You go and leave in. Be m tins lain Given before a Well Vou find you can t j it. To Mak e your Mitis i Ivy the the reasoning was unanswerable cent but too sensible 01 Wenkus. Re 1 Quiesce a hoping the c Unge would but a beneficial and divert her thong in from Vavasour. 8 my she w is 0 1 tier w i v to is. L go Foo. And h v a ing received her instructions started f it a a , the lady she Valo a.�?~0.11 res led. 1 it Mav seem strange that with h r w inn. Deep. I an i Dev it 1 feeling. It Cut Ltd speedily and easily a rally from her recent utter depression Ami. J truth to say it was of a Vigh a struggle. Such a o i worn m could co Nouss. The p it or. In toni a heart was at fit ready to break its of subjection its severe then in an revived and at once pm reeled rest rain a soothed. A lot g of adversity to it h id 0 ought her by its Stern teachings to s Hidu thus restless f a a bugs of Vavasour tia 1 inspired a sep aug before he 1 tit comic Tina Liat her attach meet was utterly h it pc its. H Ireby iia i she suffered herself to to link of Bun. To remember him and now Hurt in her mod tiered pm captions to Felt More than Ever he must to a forgotten. S Pluck him from tier heart wholly forever in get in Otu to attic evil s biggest ions of anger which for the moment even her Nick nature Cohl not completely ?. But at the Calm bidding of Honor principle d it. To Heln her Resolution. She de this character in it perversion Anu its iwo mitc she recall Rel he coarse and insulting it it of Nis father t lie thought to to s \ cams. Inordinate self love of her own Forra Mee and Surv Mission. But with All this he was nut to to rooted out of her attic tons i 1 an hour o. A d a. Weary m l s ids it. Reached Stratford a. 1 Timon go Vii to d d Thieu itys for i. Was very secluded made out die v Illa where she was to Gull. She disclosed her errand to the sect a and Vav 1 info nerd in Lepsy that the lady of the House was mid spot it. An i could not he seen. 1 am very sorry for that a rejoined la Leent a us i have come a Long War and 1 am o a Derod to s a if the dress s approved a of. It Viddo. I dare say a returned the s it vivit careless v. A mrs t Tarlto 1 Doe sen t min i Tunc it Abo it dresses and no doubt master o Decd a due with the Gazette a a Kin its several s ate 1 she thinks of lamp a lung ele poor Bents and make 0 to denial of til in As Broa 1 and but you a i Lay the diem maker is Here so Avo ild not Lui a implicit As averments a us follows i. Or Way has not made any la Espe re it i x Notor 2. Or Clay did not say in that speech that the democratic party of the North h id shown twin selves far More reliable than the whigs of the North upon the great question of maintaining the Compromise 3. This remark of or a Lay was not the cause of the defeat or Combs and the election of m in. Brock Quot Ridge. 80 the Issue is fully mid Quot up an i til Quot piques put themselves upon the country. We Hope the Gazette not remind us of the venerable Jeat concerning the m Tyor what proposed to offer Henry the fourth seven reasons for not firing a Saint. A in the fic place to have no a enough said a replied the Monarch a i excuse you the other s w. not try to avoid the verdict on the a Cuti i and third propositions o a the ground that or Clay has Mode a Lulu at Lexington. L to the Quot Gazette show that or Clay h i it in 1 h a pc a Picc As it quotes from in 1 w a give up the question. The Railroad. Our readers have been informed that the Board of Directo s of the Peoria and Burlington b lil Road Are anxious to procure a subscription of a us Hundred thousand dollars additional Stock to the Road before the commencement of Active operations. As an inducement to have s inscriptions taken Early we at e informed that the five per cent not be exacted until the first of january and a Resolution was passed by tia Board of directors that not More than 0 1 a share should be called for in any year until tie t oct Holder themselves shall otherwise direct. At the late inviting at Peoria the Quot Board adjourned to meet at Knoxville on the 3d of october. In the meantime the Survey be vigorously prosecuted to Knoxville and the route from Knoxville to Burlington be carefully examined by the Engineer so that he to Able to by before the Board at its next hireling a full report of the probable Cost of the entire Road. In the meantime the Board of directors in expectation that the friends of the Roa i meet the emergency have advertised for proposals for Padi Gand Bridges on the Eastern division of the Road. Benton whole whig ticket was elected in this county by a majority of from 33 to 40 votes. John s. Forsythe whig is the Tenty judge. I for in1 1 have 1 lie to my j a no t Stop and share it. On suffer to. Dear to Arles by the love you once Felt f or me and what i toy portion May a Quot. Whatever 1 m to be called on to endure r n word to scalable Iff complaint Ull Ever a me by very obliging certainly but is be Case stands to n p Hooi it not so desirable us you suppose. In i i to let you into a , it be i positive bore. So Prav. Put aside ail Serles. Get your things to eth or and to nor Rove Moring take the to St train to Liverpool a a u n ticket is just to .i.l. Her. Is a no ? 1 it a a he. 1�?~ed Pun is. All t can Uji. For Aoi an in to it be enough to give you a Start Quot a it is cruel to say this to me to me a Vav f 1 o n to i after the sacrifices 1 liar. Mad Quot to b with von. Do not. Do not pc Sist in it. Or you Vav 11 kill�?�1 Only wish 1 could. do you mean a l what do you want of me i have con Here a broken desperate Man with a jail staring in in tie Facto give you almost the last Farthing i can demand to log to your safety your Comfort and yet you not h g tided by to -. You Opp it be me. You . Me a a no no dear Charles b it 0n 1 hang your b its i have no tim to stay Here d b iting Iii r. I Tell Vuu the per Sonu i have to a Quot a with info to Natty for me not listen to arguments nut. Having 11 of tiling else to offer them i must get out of the Way. So the whole matter resolves its if into this you. Or you n a do what i wish a a of think think v. H d you a a of m 1 consider in a ii talc. Charles and \ Bush find i Ever be mindful of it. Let me stay and in worst a i varsity. In .1 cellar in a prison still h your faithful d voted wife. A wife indeed a a ult a a that unction to your soul. I tug. You Are no wife of a no get voir wife. No it i he uttered a fearful imprecations a a Hundred no 1 Mizii cent who overheard their discourse feelings not to bed , was Almot betrayed for a moment quit forgetting her then by a strange instinct for hero is had been stopped she knew that some one it id str k a Bio a tic heard a heavy step move off. And the door slam Niy. Bel Vood hid Gooe 1 Helen Vivus leaning against tit Wall h in Mouth steaming blood. A a Quot you much Hurt. Dear. A said Millicent. Ten Deriv without asking How it had happened. A not much and i provoked him i dare a replied Helen convulsively. 11 did not he could not i Mil wind he a compose Vou Seif and to 1 be h tier Able to re Leot Quot answered Millicent the blood from ii a Moith. A you s is in or at it m ikes him irritable desperate As to ii urn us Del a i. 11 can t a Quot a to lie Cross a and 1 Quot a obstinate Trio High in truth i would do anything c let he desire i. Bit i in 1st not think for crowd on i i now in Surh a whirl that it would take my senses . If i were to Brood Over them a but Vou Whf think dear you m is indeed. Yoi Miv possibly or the victim of a Vav cd de i mention a no. I feared so once but in Pidiry a Dis i -.1 me. I pm this now with it tire King any Pom Iso us Accident unsought by either of us has mad to 1 acquainted my secret. \ it Gnu now it i As to 1 dreaded Cha a a a Davood i my husband m Alicent turned away leu h Iii to say truth she could no after what had pissed and with her right estimate of Bel Vood a character West Hereit of an apprehension that ii in had been imposed upon and taut the ceremony she considered a m Imago was in some Way invalid. A you a fear a so id Helen laying a tremulous Lund on her Arm. Listen and i Tell you Bow it a in my do if it not distress Vot replied Millic Eiff. A no it he a Relief a rom fort to the for this secrecy has made my att fiction More intense. Now. A few words divulge tie bitter corroding sorrow of years and it b s lain on my heart like a weight crushing every Energy Quot. I not speak of the fond and Liappa Days when he loved me when As he too easily persuaded me to believe. I was the Light of his eyes the Hope and tie aim of his life. This would open fresh wounds and besides is a thrice told tale. I snare you so much and com to the fatal Day which sealed my but tears desired so Long in , arose unhidden at these recollections and for a moment per a Weil. I d let tier know it it she Luver sees and body Mich out fearing is Quot w nil be unable to accomplish her Mission wilted to i it res tit some Nix mtg. Of Era Infin nth a interval however the serv i n re Lorn d an t conducted her to la a Ini Stiss who. To Millie Aminem it proved to be ii Ion liw it a i. I la a pet it Liu. He Ikno a explanation res veting the big in ets found in p i session of Tequ Molain doll s Ukley. And which to i o the arrest and judicial examination of doll and her partner had Muir Bel Vood acquainted with her a vre it terrors and by mans of the a enabled him to Rule her with despot c Sway. first object a via to in Luce b a to leave the neighbourhood where Asel Ery Little incident p a Vito it nigh b up. Soon a came a Quot to c topic lie Vav is in co in it no dread that some fortuitous Cir in Fiance would d bulge the cd a marriage and to elude in lines. In ?i to give her demur or the App Nanee of a elopement. From to iat tim a she had re no d at Stratford in the it inns be cons on and to in reuse her distress she was frequent a months j without Sre Itig or even hearing of Bel Vood. J it Vvan in her d a vying Rou 11 she Reo a Ved m Lucent whom a lie recognized immediately j mingled Surprise and Joy. A How strange we should meet Hen a she Ron j t i d. 1 Snoug t i was t Ever to Sec a fronds a face a you have Hern living very retired then a replied Millicent at a log it we it to say. A so much so a returned i Len sadly a that i believe no one but my husband knows where i am. 1 left Staffordshire soon after i last saw a indeed. And do you like living so quiet so much alone 1 fear it cannot be Good for you. A Oil that would be of Little consequence if 1had no other Gru of. Bui shall say nothing of 1 this u 1 am sure from your altered loks you have had troubles enough of your �?~1 Mast not complain for indeed i have suffer 1 Toto recital then however in resumed de Little in comparison outer. But i h id i a we Hud accompanied my Uncle <0 a i Vot. Then is tid the on a he pained to see i know of it. And Vou do better without they parted and while lard Childers walked quickly away the lady with slower Steps but a look equally troubled passed into the co it. Millicent. No usual at that in or. Was alone an 1 engaged w Ith her Hen a to uni icons Knock called her to the door and of using it she confronted her visitor. In a moment they were in each other s arms. A Deir finny How kind. Good to come to Tut a exclaimed Millicent. Knew you would think of in some Fanny replied with sob. A Fie. Fanny to Grieve so i resumed Millicent. A com. 1 Knovs it is All for Niez and i am so Happy now. Too i would not have lost this meriting for world a a rut tit find Vou in such a Hole dear . Cried Fanny. It is of horrible a and still weeping she buried her head 0 1 Millicent d bosom a of rearing to look round. Ltd a strange to y on no doubt tear. Said my Lucent. For it affected m even at first but now. From Bein a Here a a it Long the feeling Lias worn off. An 1 Elmr Are to ? places Fanny a far. Far 1 we a is and i found and Home Here when i expected to a a my Post a. Poor what you must have suffered Whit pain Vvhs at humiliation what misery 1 and All this time i have been accusing Vou of neglect of forge Ming and a slighting me. Do not look at to madly when 1 Sec your dear Sweet f lace so gentle so patient As if n do ing whatever had happened and then think what a i have undergone my heart bleeds dear ii a Quot oms ready to break 1�?T a you Are a very very dear Fanny. I Bat now we say no More of this. You shall sit Down and Tell to All your now for Lam sure a Gnu have a whole Gnu get. And it it be Ean a d. 1 intend to a be Verv Firic with Vou m s Fanny on one Point. How is it you have never answered my letters a i never received them a month ago. Since which though you left no clue to your Retreat we have done everything we possibly could to find you . The judge has even advertised for you and Oswald and i have gone about every Dav. In every possible place Hunting an 1 inquiring for you of eve Rybo in hut a Vito it �ucees.�. It was oily this to. Thing i Hoard where Yoi a and l o v did you make the Happy discovery at Las a a of i do no intend to divulge that at Hast. Not at present. But some one saw you and some one followed Yon. Und some one came and told i Quot. So now to 1 know a Ilove can you Sav so when you have not to i t 1e who a a a in one is a that is a secret an i i no have yet it 1 ask any quo Tiona. H is really not fair of you knowing How Vou coax and wheedle and bewitch Ona with that winning Oce of yours you Mike every a it in do a you Lik a and now you smile 1 dear Deni madly i could almost Lei to 1 for that smile a a i uen Tell Ine directly. And vol a and suddenly the smile on her face vanished like Sunshine und r a could. A yes. You m i t answer m one question. Fanny. A your informant or Vavasour a no but Why above All others do you fix on him was lie aware of your being Ieie i do since is Gerdav 1 b. Lievow replied Milli co if. Til us relieved t and 1 though from that he in get have apprised you of it. But i see i must let you you of t t -.a? Fogt d solos Nyzio Itin i so i w ,11 say no Vire. A to 1 had in ich better not. Of a or i a Ball o ily Lead you into a in Quot from which there be no no. Ind e l. All you have to do to of if 1 am to it have any Sav in the m it tor. Is to jump into my i blessed Canaan. Life was once More Sweet precious. It gave her a 11 a us a hop and a Mission. A a i have been quite in the Quot Way of meeting old friends remarked l Anny. A who do you think i saw this morning Milly a i cannot one you must Tell yes a a s. W a give it up a said Oswald with a i bantering smile a for a see you Are dying to Tell in Quot a 1 have a great mind not to say a cried t Fanny a tingly. A reveal it for the he a fit of Millicent and me. Said sir Charles. A for Oswald i can see his cars arc tingled though he does affect i differ 0�wad look i penitent miking Ibum All laugh. A Well Similly a said Fanny. It was our o i gov Ernest Susan now called what do you think a m fire brass l it a is a �?�1 that to i tract Arian a asked sir Charles. A tia tarian 1 echoed Millicent in amazement. A yes a answered f Mav. Of he a so changed Millva to changed. And he has a Chap i close j by here�?1 Complete p is Evite Chapel. I promised mrs do Hhd i Avo ild go there to Morrow to Pray re a of Quot to i v h we service evry Day. A Vou crime with 1 shall be be a Haj a Pray or it a urge a a wind a or i shall expect to hear of your being con or should i not say perverted a a of i have no f a of Millicent a cried sir Chare a let them go a tout we fully intern to do cried Fanny. And Accord ugly next morn no they repaired to or Dobbsn Church which on Anvi ing. They found metamorphosed into a puerile imitation of a Ramin cutt Ohe Chapel. Millicent was shocked As she looked round at the absurd and Mon a Frouz decoration the sup it rat Tioy in Symbol the paltry attempt s to impress and Awe. Which no Peari d 011 every Sal Quot exciting Only much As was known of these innovations she was St Quot to f it behold in a Parish Church of the Metropolis All tie details arid machinery of Romish worship. But it was Popery w Quot thou its imposing solemnity without its fire. It was the dead it Odd lying in s ate�?1 eked out in gorgeous trappings hut look soul. The spirit of Dot a it by Hail ii deed undergone a change and one which Heterodox a were his format opinions could not be considered for the better. From key i in he had rushed 011 Charsh Dis after herding i �1 Jack had come to flirt with Peler to such ext reins do men run. And with such abruptness making but 0 1? stride from Dan to been s u a 1 calmly and dispassionately viewed the new theology had charms for do Hhd it gave him Power spiritual keys of men s consciences and he aids. It made pries Craft More absolute Moe tangible Quot. And increasing daily it knowledge of its tips. To became More tenacious of its pretensions. Soon even its Chain Milly a much i desired it a replied Harriet a so do nor j tiie s dvrs of mercy a echoed Millicent sur scold me Charles. Of Vou knew How i have been prised. Who Are they a nuns fettered you would pity Niez i m sure you a not exactly a answered Fanny with a would wit ii to u kind look a hut Well i suppose they Are a sort of a and am i not to be pitied a. Who have been n,11 a 1 longing Hying to see Vou were it Only to say a a they Are what their name implies. Said Dobbs wit.1 her former smile a persons who a have you though How Good of Yon Lut have devoted themselves to nets of i cry spend you an always Good. And vet i cannot stay with ing their lives in visiting watching and soothing you a a Merit. Dear Charley. I could not have the sick and the a but do they seclude themselves like nun a asked Millicent. A assuredly a said mrs Dobbs. A and have Thev taken any vows a a a vow of mrs Dobbs drawing herself up. The fact was this vow was quite untied Pessary As the islets had All arrived at a Green age and were in every other respect Safe. 4 but you must come arid visit them a mrs Harper proposes a die added enticingly a and judge for a no not this morning As i have some Calls to make a cried i shall be delighted any b got away at All Only Dud helped me. A Well i wont keep you a you May be mis red and a it excite suspicion. I should ask you to come off with me at once and be mine forever but flying now in the Quot Dav time we should be overtaken a id you know what would but a 1 you meet me this evening a no for we Are going to a rout Ami mrs Clinton. I am sure not leave my Side. But i could contrive to steal out to Morrow. A to Morrow it must be then. At ten of clock in the a ening i be at the nearest Corner of to c Square atol to avoid observation leave the Carriage at St Peters Church. Then we set off by the last train for Carlisle and be at other Day. It be charming. But i Hope they live in a kind of a Convent or it spoil Gretna by j a i Hall be sure to meet you a said Harriet in a a you must come and Sec a said mrs Dobbs. 1 shall fid you nothing b it it be a sur prise of you. 1 am sure miss Rennel with her maid quiet habits be very much struck by and in truth she had resolved if possible i to add Millicent to the establishment which was sadly �11 want of Young plants and would thus be furnished with the admirable Decoy. But Millicent was not destined to he exposed to her seductions. After some further conversation they parted and the two friends entering the Carriage returned h Une very differently impressed by what they h a seen an t heard. A so you Are Bent on being a governess. a said Fanny that evening when they retired to tin drawing room. A nothing Els suit you a a i do not say that. Fanny was the reply a but it seems the Only thing i am adapted for. Can you suggest any thing better a a most a and Pray what is it a a Why i recommend to 1 to Jiahe unto yourself a husband a lord or a Nabob or some such personage Ami set up for an of i am sure if you do you have the Imine i Dia c adhesion of m in fair and a a become in fact quite a dime Anim Mel a sort of Luly Nadi said Millicent with a smile a flow can you laugh at me so Fanny a now you know in your sly Hittle heart that i am talking As gravely Anil soberly As Ever i was in my life. You know too. For All your laughing that i really wish you to u Ike up your in ind to marry a very Rich a but the very Rich Man m Ike up his mind to marry me you mercenary thing a a of. Ves Verv Rea Tilv a a he must speak for Hin self. If Yon pie proxies Are not in use a he a Peak never fear when i Tell him what you say. And for your Comfort be it known that he is not Only very Rich but very handsome and what is More lie is really and actually a to a out changed color. A be ought not to jest on such a serious subject a she said Tut my Fanny knows we have Only been jesting and that in reality my View Are very different. A to wit having an Eye on the aforesaid situation of a a Well a i must have you a own Way. 1 supposed every one to their taste. But do you know Milly what sort of a life a governess is a what she has to a to what to undergo not in the list a i dare say. Not in the least pin Sun or you would have very Little fancy for 1 dare say tit in is a great Deal not too agreeable Fanny All situations have that. B it person who have to earn their bread if they wish to be Happy and fulfil their duty in life. to. Learn 0 near these things and How could i set claimed a share of ins l0\e and . Up tear others if i can not govern ii Quot began to vindicate Thomas a Beckett Ami toa spoken like my As it would be born�1 voice tremulous with Joy. Now and they parted. Bel Wood fearing he might encounter mrs Clinton left the gardens. His it Ira to object now was to get Rio i of Helen he inducing her to proceed i to America and with the View he Hall already ascertained when the next packet was to sail we nude airing Quot in its for her departure. It a teen shown however that Helen on being apprised of his proposal did not prove so manageable As he had expected. Still he could not draw Back. His fortunes a Long tottering Hail become desperate Paivi the remedy to he applied must he equally so. He must go on of coarse is crime As the taw pronounced it Coull not Long he conceal Quot a from Helen but her devoted love which had led her to Suhrit to 30 Many still he his Prev it her betraying Ami denouncing him. This was his i in conviction. Other Poi ids of were not wanting should i Quot he Iriven to resort to them. His a Narri Ign with Helen solemnized at an obscure scottish Village the very Nam Quot of which he had contrived to misrepresent could be thus even Sho Iid his expectations of her acquiescence be falsified would rest solely on her own assertion. Who credit that and even stir posing the Cne of its being generally received wha weight would attach to it in a court of a is Tice to be Cox test de believe in the Mark Ness a a i tender Charity of Bonn r. Poor Anne Boleyn. A the Foster Mother of schism Becan a a monster to ids romanized fancy a Lucrecia and Agrippina. With Ruul significance he whispered mysterious hints of an immaculate chinch one and indivisible govern i an 1 Directo i or one Shepherd and this Shepherd from the prerogatives he ascribed to him. Could certainly be no other than his old antagonist the pop. Tie lion Ini tag element As it has begun to he d n Nina Ted appeared More prominently in the svy my m Llic a was amazed to see a Low the simple in a i inn a a Ive Liturgy he perverted a Ido a hit to Ltd ii Ive b in ridiculous. Had it not been profane Ahsu d practice called intoning which charts Over the prayers like the Street Cirolo at Chris in is a grating the e in with its Dis and com a in dire try to Belgravia Cord ant muttering seemed to her hit an Ireve Carriage w Here a a Promise beforehand you shall be As Happy a a 1 am sure you try and make m so. And 1 accept your invitation As you offer it. Most cordially. But i can not go it with von now As i h be arrangements to i Ike before 1 leave a then a a a a come to dinner this evening rent Mode of the throne of the almighty. When tie soul should be a timed in its and strongest emotions. 11 it tie Crown ing vagary of m. Dobbsn doctrine was the rehearsal of the belief when to face the East he turn a i his Hack on the congregation his heart swell pro at its own Pervers enc a. Ii forgot hoped y our Quot sue suddenly paused recollecting her usual d lib Tiv that what she was about to say m get give h a ten pain. A Yon thought perhaps 1 should he Happy Ere now said Helen a faint color singing her Cheek. A i fear from what i inv experienced already that is not to be 011 Earth. But you understand or when 1 Tell you my marriage is still us avowed and that the s cruel circumstance not Only cuts me off from the world not Only easts upon me a reproach and stigma but even divides me at times from my h is Una who is obliged to absent Iii Sof for Long intervals from fear of exciting remark. A How sad tor you and is lie not unjust when such consequences ensue to persist in keeping such a dreadful secret a a a he is my husband Yoi know pleaded Helen deprecate Mely. A yes and i say nothing against him for after who can Tell without in owing the a i try Well 1 even Promise but to 1 must let a make a stip in Tiou a what is it a a l you interest yourself to procure me a situation somewhere As governess or companion and allow me to leave to 1 As soon As 1 obtain a of. Is to in sure and very glad shall i be to get and of von. Sgt we have settled 4yes, with this protest that your laughing is not to he considered or interpreted or explained in time to come As any right or reservation on your part to infringe the treaty a a and so the High contracting parties embrace 1�?T said Fanny As with something of her natural Gnu qty she Drew Millicent to her bosom. continued to Converse for some Tiivi marriage there is a civil contract requiring no j Happy in the Welcome thought that the Days of you must positively 1 not wait a moment \ in in that the great s Archer w As then a tour through the country and As he was still partly occupied with business we were thrown much together. You probably do it not know that form and indeed nothing but the presence of a witness. I was not. As von imagine incl a de to follow such a course and. To overrule my objections we were United in an episcopal Chapel adhering strictly to the rites of the Church of j England. With no other ceremony should 1 have thought myself n a and you think the marriage can be i contest ably proved a a yes i May confide to you after what has of cured that measures were taken at the time to mislead me us to the place where it was sol to sized but happily they did not succeed. This. However i kept to Tyne Elf and to remove al doubt obtained a certificate of our Union. Can i further proof he necessary a Ino and what you have a Aid cheers and read adversity were Over. It could not be told in words what Joy we it rapture what and looking into it. Millicent and Fanny were among the last to depart. A shall we wait to see m s of Obb a asked Fanny when they reached the porch. She is following us out. And to i knew you were always a f 1-Vonte with her. It give her great pleasure to see my i Atn a then let us replied m.ll.cen1 a and a i me Lii Untim \ now of have see 1 the Chireh what you think of it All a Rcsum-1 in l Anny. A it has surprised uie beyond measure a replied Millicent gravely. F a Are you inclined to turn 1 Rac tarian a a Oil no. 1 should be sorry to Mike any comment 0.1 the religious opinions of o hers by i prefer the worship in which i have been brought up free from any new v tie borne too i know but this shall not prevent my warning you against it. An l a Hook 1 was Reading the o in a Day he a very Good preparation for Vou. If you continue obstinate. It is lid bless incl on so governess a a a novel a a yes Why not a a of i have no objection to make. It would he very amusing no do it and on your recommendation i Slid he cry Happy to read it. I recollect. To 1 have a passion for novels. I o you remember your adventure with a marriage a Fanny. Whose memory retained the scene Only vividly laughed loud and Long. Tint tras an adventure an adventure worthy of being recorded in the renowned pages of Don q lixott.-. She cried at length. A still i Hope the martyrdom of a m its imposing accessories did not pm Luce upon you the salutary effect miss jump sen in ended. To 1 Are not really a a Good a a to discount Nance 1 cannot Lay claim to any such perfection and indeed whatever some ladies May prof.��, i believe we Are All weak on that Point. And Why should we rail at what entertain an i sometimes fascinated a it a what too is often made a medium for conv Ying lessons in the discipline of tie world in a form never to he forgotten it is trn novels of this character Are rare but they exist and there Are several i could name which have afforded a More instruction Ami lesions of the tale than any didactic Hook i Ever read. Selling a fellow by arithmetical la summer while engaged in the tobacco and Olgur business. I used to have a customer in cheap Quot igers. One of those knowing Fellows whose knowledge serves better How to bore his victims than Advance science. Y of coup in it make him believe that of no Tell him there Olga a that Cost forty dollars per to housed it it ghz Doto a Tuff Down the Throat of who of who knew no it a for to was none of them. A d to it w a a with everything he a we is knew Best. It always appeared to be ids Delight to data v me into some controversy no Mutt r what the subject in order to hear himself hold Forth. I tried every was i could think of. To circumvent h in and at length i did succeed in Laving him out Astl it us a flounder. It was on a saturday aft Rno it a he came in. Made his Purchase and seated himself to Deal me out his usual portion a t. It i was awake for him. A Captain a said i. 1 have made up my mind to go to California and if you wish to go into a up dilation now is your a a a How said lie. A Why. You see tin in fifteen boxes of Cigar a Well there Are two Hundred Ami fifty in each Box. And i let you have the whole fifteen Ata Low rate p Ovid d you take them a very Well Aid my Friend a lets hear the 4you give me one cent Fogt a the first boy. Two cents for the second four cent for the third and so on double u Jon every a doric 1 a i t . 0.1 your cigars. A pose Yon think i h Ive Money Cri. Ugh he no to at All so let s proceed Here s the fit to Box. Lie Drew from his a Tekei .1 Latimer a purse rut of it a handful of Coilio. A and her. A a the c it Aid he. Deposit Green discoloured Copper 0 1 the counter. A Here your a. Cond Box. A and there. Your firn no a very Well Hicri. third a Anco Here a voir four a nth a a Aid he cling. A to re s your fourth a exactly. And Here a your Rig amp i cents bal a 1 a old fellow go on a my res y o in fifth Bax Aid i banding do men another. A and Here s your a a str a a Here a your sixth a an a Lia a his a Here s your thirty tro Cen a Here a your seventh a and Here a by Jove the in getting too Rich and Here a your Izety for cent nerd nearly h of your Cigar Are gone already a and i. Assuming a. Here a your eighth a the �1 a a al indifference that perfectly astonished the fellow. A and re s your doll irid Twenty eight a i Atn delighted to heir you say so and Vou j a Here your ninth Box.,. In a \ 1 t .\n>1 Hyrc s Vours let me on two in is it no r i again Oncu my Uncle come a Yon to nut know a heretic on this subject Lars Atul if a six end. 1 in fact. Coke upon Lortt few on is Bis bit Iwer let j to a4 a it tir 1, to i ton. But Here he is and n of. If you Muster your Here to Drew is we Tot 1 Ough Fullr. A or the Slat. M ule a sin calculation. Arguments we convert him for i think our i United eloquence must be a do not be too sanguine. Said Millicent Gav i Lyas sir Charles approached. But tie contest. I fortunately for his consistency pitted a Icli fearful o 1.1, was not to take place that i night. What is All this whispering about a lie cried. I cannot say i agree with you there said j. A a a self by Millicent. A there is no Wick a Anny her les reflective nature not 1 to re hatching. 1 Hope a pious thankfulness the meeting awoke in Milli by the Blandishments of the new Creed. Inese to at All he a no known by and he. If Cint s heart As if with one so loved and Loving tilings after All rival of what Yves Are nearly practice by our forefathers. They were the regular usag Ltd in the time of Queen it hand she could Brave any trial As if she had now nothing to dread everything to Hope for. At length for the twentieth time Fanny Rose to depart. A you must let me leave von this a she said Laving a purse in Millicent a hand. A i am sure it be useful to you just a it not believe me a replied Millicent. A i want Only a Small sum and though l a Nev you gladly he my banker i must not Bor Essav in religion is i fear too often hurtful Row More than i can repay. So if you please i j deed it seems to me that the worship which take what i require and return you the i creature pays to the creator re us the Sun e a then we must leave the settlement Tilla Noth j a a t were they so in the tim of the apostles a a that is going Back a Long Way. How can we know what was their usage a a by searching the epistles they have left us which toll us their inmost thoughts. If these ceremonies Are not mentioned there we May be assured they Are unnecessary and what in Unnic in the 1 and a if you have patience a replied Fanny. But what have Yon a Lone with Oswald we must have him Here before we a he is coming directly then. He is Only giving some orders to the a he spoke Oswald entered. A news news 1�?T he said with a strange smile a such an event Here for the morning Post a then Prav be the Standard or Globe of Fanny a and Tell us immediately what it a i must i suppose a laughed Oswald for 1 can to keep anything and i be you Are expiring and Here a your five dollars and twelve he res your eleventh Box a and Here a Vours twice five is ten twice twelve i Twenty four ten dollars an Twenty four rent at th1� stage of the pm he had got quite Dot Well it. And i continued a Here a your twelfth Box. Hand Over Twenty dollars an forty eight Here the a Bulos of perspiration. Urge As marrow fat pcs a to out in bold Relief on his face n 1 tost he doled out tie a m. A Here a your thirteenth boxy Fork Over your of. To dollars and ninety six at this Cri is he look d perfectly Wiki. The sweat was pouring him in streams and the tobacco juice was running out of his Mouth. A of or to a in it it i a if i do i do but if i do May i be hanged and raking his pile into his Bat he Cruz hed it on his head and male his exit at a rate of Speed altogether unheard of and i have never seen him near enough to a Peak to him from to at Dav to n. Y spirit of the time

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