(Deforming th' Image of the Deity); A little story told of the great Duke of Wellington, so ardently admired by Charlotte Tucker, shall supply us with a clue here. Whether or no the tale itself be genuine hardly affects its value as bearing on the subject. A young clergyman is stated to have one day, in the presence of the Duke, spoken about foreign Missions in the disparaging terms often affected by a particular class of young men. One can exactly picture how he did it,鈥攖he supercilious contempt of one who knew little about the matter; and the careless looking down upon all who did not agree with himself. But the Iron Duke is said to have responded sternly:鈥? About four years before the Mutiny he had written home about the 鈥榚xtraordinary success鈥?which was attending his Christian school, established and kept going by himself. On Sundays he was in the habit of regularly addressing a collected crowd of Natives; literally 鈥榯he poor, the maimed, the halt, the blind鈥? and he did not teach them only, but also ministered liberally to their bodily needs. 鈥楢pril 23. 鈥業 have not met with any discourtesy. There are three things in my favour鈥攎y age; my family being of the Sarkar-log; and my receiving no salary.... Another thing which seems to awaken a sort of interest is the fact of my being unmarried. I have met with the idea that there is some merit in celibacy. I repudiated it, and said that in our Book marriage is spoken of as an honourable thing.鈥? 亚洲偷偷自拍免费视频_国内自拍久久久久影院 Dorlcote Mill was rebuilt. And Dorlcote churchyard 鈥?where the brick grave that held a father whom we know, was found with the stone laid prostrate upon it after the flood 鈥?had recovered all its grassy order and decent quiet. D. friendly; read three parables. Good listening. 鈥楬er good influence on the young minds cannot be overrated. Her Bible Classes were eagerly looked for and well attended,鈥攊t may be, for the sake of lozenges and bits of cake which she distributed at the end, but also for the interest she made everybody feel in the meeting. She would begin by asking the verse and subject of the morning sermon, and the various points of interest worth remembering. This led to the habit of closely attending to the sermon.... Then every one had a choice of a hymn to be practised for the evening services of the week; a short verse of the Bible was repeated; and Sunday enigmas from the Bible were solved.鈥?