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Lib is impossible to judge by a Ivkov nut whether or not withered within no neither con we a l j the outward show of a mortal uha pan s Are endured with u we could Only take into the of heart behold How incl anxiety and sorrow its Tindal by Cut Iii g thorns about Vit we expect ii to and Joy Hope and link weaving Wirths of flu wars we ill then see How arc entitled to and Bow capably of raising our Oli my i Iii to if every one s in us Caius unit Len upon his brow the Pic Limm of Bikini would present itt appearance Ihan a. Uit of scrip blog in a copy Book. In Eph no Happy beings around us i Kouril appear one Bear Trecari of rut upon his front and the of time Trouk every to moment be Fri j Lioulios upon old ones half faded by aware truly a handsome Young Ircia is can gee with these dim specs it mine. She has a i mile Apon j.p5j Are loom upon her its native soil or whether cot Hove purchased it at. Some shop As for the smile it May pions spontaneously and ready made Imp Tutt or in May have been a Iii vib lips for some particular Pur should t wonder if the. La Tut As i to see in a dangerous mrs. Tee is quite fortunate with her remarked a visitor to mrs by Man whose oldest child a Well grown girl of fifteen was sitting by yes Kater arid Harriet went off in Good time. She Fias Only Fanny left. Who is to be married t his she is engaged to Heiry indeed and she is Only just turned of sixteen. How fortunate truly some peo ple have their daughters on their hands until they Are two or three and Twenty when the chances for Good matches Are very lot. Was sixteen w Hen certainly and then had rejected two or three Young men. There is nothing like Early marriages depend upon it mrs. Clay ton. They always turn out the Best. The most desirable Young men take their pick of the youngest girls in d leave the older ones for second rate do you Hoar that mrs. Clayton said laughing As she turned to mrs. By Man s daughter. I nope you Mains moment longer than your Mother did upon the Maiden Anna blushed slightly but did not reply what had been said however a e its in ression on her mind. She Felt that to be engaged Early was a matter greatly to be de red. My Mother was married at sixteen and Ere i am fifteen i Trout a so Tho t Anna 83 she paused Ever the Page of a new novel some hours after she had listened to the conversation that passed Between her Mother and mrs. Clayton and muted of love nid Matrimony. From that time Anna Wyman another girl. The Sweet simplicity of manner the unconscious Innoce nce Peculiar to her age gradually vanished. Her eyes that was so Clear and soft with if get of girlhood s pleasant fancies grew Earnest and restless and at times intensely Bright. The whole expression of her countenance was new. It was no longer a Placid sky with scarce a Cloud floating in its quiet Depths but change Ful As april with its tears Ami smiles blend ing in strange Beauty. Her heart that had ions beat tranquilly would now bound i. Differ with you or Wyman believe our Anna would make As Good a wife now As i did at sixteen. She is As much of a woman in appear Are her is much More matured and her advanced far beyond what mine was she deserves a Good husband and must have one before another t How can you talk so Maiga Iet for Rhy part 1 do not wish to see her married for it least five "preposterous1 i you Len t give a cent fora marriage that takes place after seven teen or eighteen. They Are always indifferent affairs and rarely Eier turn out Well the earlier the better depend up ont. First Ove and first is my motto the of Many who admired him he an elegant looking Yonng the one to be Prondo Asa Beau his name axas Elliot As soon As be could get Access to the ear of the Young and inexperienced girl he charmed it w Ith a deeper Charm than caj1 had been Able to impart. She Felt almost like one within a magic Circle. He Eye fascinated her Ami his voice murmured in her car like Low Sweet music. A Short time before parting from her he Wymon May i have the sure of Callips upon at your father s of yes sir i shall be most Happy to Saeou she spoke with feeling. Then i shall visit Yon. Frequently. Sunny Margaret i suppose you will have these matters All your own Way but i Don t agree with you for Anna must have a you can do As you but you must assent to can i do that if i Don t approve but you must and mis. Wyman persevered until she made him least do so apparently. And party was Given to Anna at which she was introduced to several dashing Young men whose attentions almost turned her Young head. In two weeks she had a confidante a Young lady named Clara much older than herself. The Progress Al ready made by Anna in love matters will appear in the following conversation held in secret with Clara. Did you say or. Carpenter had been to. See you since the party asked Clara. Yes was the animated reply. He s a love of a Man the very one of All others that i would set my Cap for if Here was any Hope. But you doubt carry him Anna coloured to tie temples half with confusion and half with Delight. At a your society i Promise myself much happiness Anna s eyes fell to the floor and the color deepened on her Cheek. When she looked up Elliott steadily in her face Svith an expression of admiration and love her heart was. Lost. Carpenter that love of a Man was not thought Only one of her rejected lovers Aana lard her head upon her Pillow that Wes not to sleep. Her mind was too full of pleasant Centrallo All of which was the elegant accomplished handsome or. Elliott. He had Fife Concei Ved As Good As offered himself and she much As she wished to reject three lovers before she accepted one Felt strongly inclined to accept him and so end the matter. Now who or. Thomas Elliott a few words will portray him. Or. Elliott was Twenty six he kept a store in the City had been in business for some years but was not very successful. His habits were not Good his principles had no sound moral basis. He was in fact just the Man to make a silly child like Anna Wyman de for life. But Why did he seek for one like her that is easily explained. Or. Companions with proud j there was no reply. The they were Stilu port the Etc Pecan the child w too by. She had la anew upon he the truth she had sent Back up c sea of and was already parents by her husband steadily away pleasant Breeze i not declare thai. I ans Young Bride. Thy Hymen Al altar affections combined to bold Backer Twords Isan altar of sacrifice. Love is not her Only reply was to Lay bar babe m bet deity who is presiding there. Little do Mother s arms and then fling hem Elf dream who tree poor Lamb the bosom of her father. J How in All was mystery then but time soon hey were veiled the cause of their daughter s strange offering up non us strange fires but they and sudden her deep plea-1 will know in time and thou Wilt know when the truth gradually time out that she bad it s too late. Been deserted by her what Seera two years from the period of their mar de to mrs. Wyman More Ridge and his wife were seated in a been sent Home by him. Bitterly did Small room moderately Well furnished he exec rate him but it availed nothing was Leati ing Back in a chair with arms folded ardent wish had gratified. Ayin and his Chin resting on Bis bosom. His face engaged at sixteen and marked soon after was contracted into a loom scowl. Anna but at eighteen alas come who looked Pale and troubled was sewing and deserted wife and a touching with her foot a which was i re mailed. A babe. The Little one seemed in her Mother t and so her husband never afterwards came near her. And now at thirty As every now and then it would Start and moan or cry out. After a time it awoke and com me iced sure Araie. The Mother lifted it. From the Cradle and tried to hush it upon her. Bosom but the babe still cried on. It was evidently in pain. I confound you Why on t you keep that child Quie t exclaimed the Busand Imp Tieh Fly casting at the same time look upon his Anna made no reply but turned half away from1 him evidently to conceal the tears that suddenly a started from her eyes and strove More earnestly to quiet the child. In this she soon succeeded. A i believe you let her cry on purpose whenever i am in the Bouse just to annoy her husband resumed in an ill natured he used to pay attention Man i m told. To Jane Sher yes but you be Cut her out Wyman was reputed to a pretty Well off in the world and or. Elliott s affairs were in rather a precarious condition but he Mana ged to keep so Good a face Upton the matter 1 tone. From Horoscope for sceptics. Cor Amend some of those affected seen pc trend to disbelieve Alt the arts of but who Are ready Eno Tigli to look y whenever they can and thereby they do in reality believe inti Osic a few experiments to note for about the
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