鈥楳arch 9, 1877. Is to the generous mind not callous grown Do thou the Red-Coats to Confusion bring, 中国体育彩票七星彩开奖号码走势图 Is to the generous mind not callous grown Extracts from the letters of these two years, 1884 and 1885, must unfortunately, for lack of space, be very limited in number. ???Old Prophets, Sign delivering after Sign, A docile and obedient husband was Sergeant Larkins, who, through all the years of his married life, had accepted his wife鈥檚 will as law. Mrs. Larkins was a buxom, bright-eyed dame, who made a man鈥檚 home comfortable for him, so long as he allowed her to rule. In the previous spring, when first Charlotte Tucker decided to go out, she wrote in one letter a statement of the financial plan to be followed. 鈥業 have arranged with the Society,鈥?she said, 鈥榯o pay 200 rupees a quarter for my board and lodging, exclusive of Munshi and conveyance.鈥?For this she had been told to expect a bedroom and a bathroom; meals being taken with the other Missionaries. She had also been told that she would require an Ayah and 鈥榟alf a tailor.鈥?鈥業 do not want superfluities,鈥?she wrote; 鈥榝or mine is a modest income, and I should not like to spend it all on myself.鈥? The Out-side pinguid, overlay'd with Skin; 鈥業s there a telegram?鈥? 鈥楢pril 13, 1891.... R. E. took me into her arms; felt so slim encircled by them. I noticed a quantity of jewels on her arms. She popped her bare feet on my knee,鈥擨 was seated on the ground,鈥攖o show me the jewels on them. Her amount of clothing was by no means proportionate. Presently down went her forehead on my lap. I silently hoped that there was not much oil on her hair.鈥? 鈥楧ear Leila鈥檚 most useful bag is now fastened up in our tent.... Poor Sarah Jones鈥?night-bag is on my bed; please ask dear Leila to tell her so, when she sees her, with my kind remembrances. And every one was happy in his Sphere: Is to the generous mind not callous grown 鈥業t was amusing when Emily, Ada, and I were talking over our youth the other day. Dashing, energetic games had been the delight of my companions; and I begin to imagine that cricket, rounders, and bolstering form no bad preparation for Missionary life. Dash and energy and physical strength are very desirable. We want ladies who fear nothing, grumble at nothing, and are ready to carry the Holy War into the enemy鈥檚 camp. One of Emily鈥檚 many advantages is that she is a fearless rider. I am rather alarmed at hearing that an extremely delicate lady is coming out to us. We want hearty, strong ladies, not sickly ones. The Missionaries are too short of hands to be able to undertake much sick-nursing. If I were to require to be nursed at night鈥攚hich, thank God, I have not done鈥擨 should feel inclined to run off somewhere or other, so as not to tax the strength of my nieces.鈥?