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It does not appear from these three plays that her gift in the dramatic line had made any marked advance during the ten years or more which had elapsed since first she launched out in this direction. Probably an entirely different mode of life from hers, a less sheltered existence, a more extensive knowledge of human nature in its countless phases, is an absolute necessity to such development. There is in them much latent power, however[72] unequal and undeveloped, whether it be of the grave or of the sparkling and humorous description. The following quotation from the Castle of Sternalt will give an idea of her tragic style at that period. Ravensby, the hero, is a Cavalier, imprisoned and condemned to death on a false charge of murder. � Horatia. I heard the orders given. One hour鈥檚 delay will lead you to the scaffold. THE STORE-ROOM. The motion; such intensity of hope鈥? It was in the summer of this year that Miss Tucker mentioned in one letter a curious little scene at the railway station. She had gone there to meet a friend, who failed to arrive. Two young Native Christians happening to be present, and also a young English officer of her acquaintance,[391] she brought them together with a kind of half introduction. When she had left the station, the officer began talking to the two, asking lightly why they had left their own religion for another. 鈥業t鈥檚 all the same,鈥?he said. 鈥楳uhammadans, Hindus, Christians, all know that there is One God.鈥?This far from brilliant remark received an answer which it well deserved. 鈥業f so,鈥?one of the Indians replied, 鈥榳hat difference is there between you, us, and the Devil?鈥?The train moved on, carrying the speaker away; and no more could be said. But more might have weakened the force of the retort. 看日本持A级毛片 鈥楾he religion of the fine old fellow who is the principal talker is a regular puzzle. He talks Panjabi; so you may imagine how very difficult it is for me to understand him; and he wants to make me understand. I do my best to do so. This is what I gather of his[275] views. S. is not a Muhammadan; he says that he is a Hindu; though by his birth he ought to be a Sikh. He reverences Guru Nanak,[71] very properly, but thinks that Guru Nanak has given religious tenets such as I am certain that he never did. We have no reason to suppose that the excellent Guru had ever heard of our Saviour. But S. propounds doctrines that are amazing from the lips of a Hindu. He believes in the one true God. He believes that a time of great war and trouble will come; and that then Isa Masih (Jesus Christ) will come like a flash of lightning, and become the Ishar (Divine Lord) of all the Earth. 鈥楧ear Mr. Baring鈥檚 admirable building for the Mission Plough is to be opened to-morrow by the Deputy Commissioner; and I suppose that Muhammadan and Hindu big or little wigs will be present. I am glad that my birthday falls on Sunday; so that the tamasha is postponed till the next day. There is something solemn about the Anniversary, when one has travelled so far on the Homeward road. You will feel this, darling, on the 20th.[137] ... Dear Herbert鈥檚 sermon to-day was on 鈥淪eekest thou great things for thyself? Seek them not!鈥?We should never have known Baruch鈥檚 failing but for that warning word. I have been very much tamed down, dearest.鈥? 鈥楴ew Year鈥檚 Day, 1884.鈥擨 had a very sore parting with Mera Bhatija; but on that I will not dwell.... CHAPTER V [294]