鈥楳y last dear ayah is not forgotten. I have given orders for a modest little monument of brick and mortar, to mark where Hannah sleeps. We have no stones here. I went to the cemetery with the mason, ... to give directions, and was struck by finding a tiny but touching memorial already on the spot. A very little wooden Cross, covered with paper, to facilitate the writing of an inscription. There was the date, of course in Urdu, and 鈥淣ot dead, but sleepeth鈥? and 鈥淭he Lord gave; the Lord hath taken away; blessed be the Name of the Lord.鈥?This tribute of love had been placed over his dear Mother鈥檚 grave by J., the eldest son here, a lad of about fourteen. I mean to keep to his inscription, when the humble monument is placed over Hannah鈥檚 dust. Dear woman! she was of the meek and quiet spirits who are precious to the Lord.鈥?  鈥業 fear that I cannot share your hopes.... A man who for nearly twelve years passed as a Christian, took the Sacrament not many days before he became apostate, spoke coarsely of the Holy Communion to Muhammadans, and bitterly of Christians, ... seems to me almost past hope. He has, as far as he could, 鈥渃rucified the Son of God afresh鈥?and 鈥減ut Him to an open shame.鈥?... Instead of, as you sweetly write, 鈥渂itterly lamenting, like St. Peter,鈥?poor Z. day by day sits by his mosque, deceiving the people.鈥? And after some small Traverses about, C. M. T. TO MRS. HAMILTON. 久久爱狠狠做 The American Baptist, of Utica, New York, publishes letters from the Rev. Edward Matthews, giving an account of his barbarous treatment in Kentucky. 鈥楳y darling once wrote and asked me whose character I would like her to try to copy as a pattern. I gave her your sweet Mother鈥檚. She replied that it would be difficult, but that it was well to aim high. I think that you will like to know this. You have the same sweet model always before you; you, dear one, have advantages that my darling had not. ???And Idolize a Piece of Painted Clay.