Very pleasant, indeed, of you, answered the colonel, cheerily. "We will be there." Of any Fop, that will pretend Oliver Conrad. pk10技巧交流群 Of any Fop, that will pretend And makes us quite forget forgiving Love.  That's good, chuckled Roland with malicious merriment. "Do they flog at the school he's going to?" In July a letter speaks of 鈥榮eeing more of the lights and shadows of Missionary life鈥?than before. A certain young Muhammadan, in whom they were greatly interested, after long inquiry and hesitation, at length made up his mind to come boldly forward, and to be baptized. Arrangements were made for his Baptism in the Church by a Native clergyman; the matter being kept as quiet as possible, for avoidance of the opposition which was sure to arise. Miss Tucker was told only on the morning of the day what was about to happen; and great was her delight, as well as her fear that some hindrance might intervene. The great disappointment鈥攁nd very great it was鈥攕he took patiently, even cheerily. Some considered a few months more at Amritsar no bad thing for her or for her future work. She had freedom from responsibility, and more leisure in consequence for study and for writing. Many a short story went forth from her busy pen that winter for India鈥檚 millions. But her eyes were still bent longingly upon Batala; and her whole desire and prayer were that she might soon return there again. TO MRS. J. BOSWELL. [Pg 172] 鈥楳ay 30.鈥擳hese last two mornings I have gone to help Miss Dixie by reading to her patients in the waiting-room of her Dispensary. There should always be some one to read, talk, sing, and keep order. Dear good Rosie Singha is wanted to make up medicines. I do not know what poor Minnie would do without her.... It is strange what difficulty we have in getting Native helpers for her (Miss Dixie).... You will have seen in the papers that noble devoted Father Damien has sunk to rest; his form sleeps in a leper鈥檚 grave. What a wonderful life and death was his!鈥? Of any Fop, that will pretend 鈥楯une 17.鈥擶ith W.鈥檚 bibi and Ayahs, Ascension and Pentecost. Evening walk, met two respectable-looking men. Had Urdu and Hindi Gospels in my hand. One man鈥檚 glance at Urdu encouraged me to offer it. Man much pleased. Talked English; in some way belongs to Viceroy. Wished to give me something for Gospel. I said that I did not sell, but gave it with pleasure. Other man readily received Hindi Gospel. A little farther met with a curious-looking man, with appearance of a devotee. Offered him Gurmukhi Gospel. Accepted eagerly, and, to my surprise, took my hand, and said earnestly in English, 鈥淭hanks鈥攄ear鈥擬adam!鈥?Lord, bless Thy Word!鈥?