The Presence in which I have ever been!鈥? 鈥楴ow, my own Laura, I am going to my long task of reading the Granth. It puts me on vantage-ground when I can tell the Natives that I have read their Scriptures.鈥? 鈥業n the city I visited first a Muhammadan Zenana, then paid my weekly visit to our Brahmin convert, B.鈥檚 wife.... Then went to G. R.鈥檚 Zenana, where are four generations of the family. I can read the Gospel there, without let or hindrance. The sweet young Bibi looked as if she would like me to kiss her,鈥攕o I did! Then to Sadiq鈥檚 mother. After this I returned home, noted down where I had been, and then鈥攄id not set to my lessons. I had something else to do. The cloth of our large screen was dirty; so Mera Bhatija suggested our putting the pictures on a nice clean one, and having the first white-washed. So I got in my Ayah to help me, and we were stitching away like anything, when I was interrupted by a visitor. 12074七星彩开奖号码 鈥楴ow, my own Laura, I am going to my long task of reading the Granth. It puts me on vantage-ground when I can tell the Natives that I have read their Scriptures.鈥? Beyond the few words above, no eulogistic ending to her Biography is needed. If her Life as it was lived does not speak for itself, mere words of praise would be thrown away. It is possible that her example, in going out to India after the age of fifty, will lead others to do the same; and if so, one object of her going will have been accomplished. That may well be the result in England of her eighteen years鈥?toil. The results in India lie beyond our puny powers of measurement. Statues, and Stories of terrestrial Pride, As early as the spring of 1880 Miss Tucker could say: 鈥業 used to think it rather tiresome when business took both my English companions for a few days away; now I am quite serene if I do not see a white face for months.鈥?And in November of the same year: 鈥楢s to earthly blessings, they abound; the Natives are my real friends. The Lord gives abundant grace, and cheers me with His Presence; and I have such joy in the companionship of my Bible, that I do not miss the society I should otherwise value. Do not send a helper to me, when many other parts of India need it so much more.鈥? Nell. [Aside to Wriggles.] I wish she were absent now, for I think I shall die in convulsions. 鈥楢ug. 17, 1889. Where Fools their happier Rivals be? 鈥楳arch 17, 1881. 鈥楴ow, my own Laura, I am going to my long task of reading the Granth. It puts me on vantage-ground when I can tell the Natives that I have read their Scriptures.鈥? 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?