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【个结】【来武】【达一】【听着】【体迅】【实力】鈥業 felt that I was doing all in proper Oriental style. The parents listened; we talked over the advantages of the union; and M. and his wife were to give me their reply on the following day.【锁被】

【况简】【但一】鈥楲ater.鈥擭o one has appeared. No tidings either of lady or kahar; but Florrie has sent for meat. She told me that the poor children had said that they would be ready at 7 A.M. If so, they must be rather tired by this time, nearly 11? A.M. ...【保不】【碎时】【己更】【旺盛】[404]【希望】

【是一】【得知】After a few months, however, came a renewed check. Mr. Beutel was required for work in Amritsar; and when he and his wife left Batala, Miss Tucker had to leave also. Once more she was obliged to settle down for a term of patient waiting and study at Amritsar.【办法】【河水】【战剑】【头被】【光芒】【接用】【么搞】【紫眼】【超级】【惊了】【同一】CHAPTER XVII【达半】

【姐前】【悄悄】There are thousands of people who lack the power of looking on both sides of a question; but among them all few are humble enough to acknowledge the fact!鈥攕till more, to distrust their own judgment.【不是】【流瞬】【凝聚】【全都】Later in the same letter, when again on the never-failing topic of troubles and disappointments in the work, Miss Tucker says,鈥斺極 what need we Missionaries have of wisdom! We are so liable to make mistakes.鈥櫋炯一铩

【通能】【然不】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.【这里】【他走】【瞳虫】【起来】A few days afterwards saw Miss Tucker back in Amritsar; and later in the same month she went all the long journey to Murree, giving herself only six days of absence, to be present at the wedding of her nephew, Louis Tucker. Thence she again returned to Amritsar. Exciting events had happened at Amritsar during even that absence, in the shape of fresh Baptisms and fresh persecutions. In October she was once more off on a short itinerating tour through villages. A letter written on the first of October refers to the Batala work, of which her heart was full.【视线】

【持十】【每一】A.D. 1888-1890【但是】【个落】【破灭】【焰神】鈥榃hat an honest, conscientious man the Munshi is, was shown by his conduct to a rich tradesman in the city. This rich man paid the Munshi to come and read the 鈥淕ranth鈥 to him,鈥擨 suppose for amusement, as he himself is a Hindu and idolater. When 鈥斺 came to read, he saw an idol in front of the Hindu, and the Sikh positively refused to open the 鈥淕ranth鈥濃攈is sacred book鈥攊n presence of the idol. 鈥淲hy,鈥 says the Hindu, 鈥測ou worship the picture of your saint, so you need not object to my image.鈥 But 鈥斺 positively denied that he worshipped the picture. 鈥淏ring one here,鈥 he said; 鈥渁nd in the presence of witnesses, I will tear it in pieces. Will you do the same with your idol?鈥濃櫋疚恢谩

【不动】【邪异】Loving messages to many friends are included in this letter; and she also mentions having received on Christmas Day 鈥楥ommunion for the Dying,鈥欌攖hough apparently she was then not really counted to be dying. However, unless she misunderstood her doctor, he was not even then hopeful to any great extent. Probably her own recollections were a good deal more confused than she was at all aware of.【它们】【紧闭】【现在】【太初】A.D. 1885-1886【火凤】

【的强】【玄龟】鈥楾his has been a particularly hot season.... You would think 91° warm in a bedroom at night. Miss 鈥斺 and Daisy sleep out on the roof: but I think myself too old for the chance of a midnight scramble in my night-clothes, carrying my bedding down an outside stair, should a dust-storm or thunder-storm come on. I keep on the prudent side, which is inside.... A Sunday-school has been opened in Mr. Baring鈥檚 beautiful new School-house. Attendance is of course voluntary; and Mr. and Miss Wright, who have started the Sunday-school, and who only expected to find about twenty boys, were pleased to find about sixty pupils; not only the 鈥淧lough鈥 boys, but their teachers. Was not this grand?... I hope that dear Francis鈥 new building will be one of the best means of bringing hard-hearted Batala to the knowledge of the Saviour. The laddies are often not hard at all, but pleased and eager to hear about the Christian Faith. The next generation may be very different from the present one.鈥櫋敬蛟凇俊旧窳椤俊疚艺妗俊居兄弧縀xtracts from the letters of these two years, 1884 and 1885, must unfortunately, for lack of space, be very limited in number.【有在】

【间中】【元素】【地中】【着巨】【要来】【尾天】Woe to the creatures that clung to the ground!【佛影】

【并吸】【间就】鈥楽he amused us with stories, comic songs, historical anecdotes, making anagrams, giving riddles to be solved, and several amusements of the kind. Many an evening was spent in Miss Tucker鈥檚 drawing-room, playing various indoor games, of which chess and word-making and word-taking were her favourites. In the latter game she would consider it a great triumph to have made such long words as 鈥淛erusalem artichoke.鈥 But she took particular delight in showing her old scrap-album to any one who desired to see it. Many an interesting incident was dropped in connection with her relatives, as she turned leaf after leaf with her old slender fingers. She never got tired of this. Then she would select good scenes from Shakespeare, whom she called 鈥淭he Poet of Conscience,鈥 and give us lessons in recitation and acting.鈥櫋厩苛摇俊鞠鹿浴俊就隽Α俊炯旱摹俊拘枪狻

【的灵】【道这】【力和】【的要】【看在】【灵魂】【打到】

【助力】【能量】【响下】【散瓦】【重地】【纯度】【了不】【族中】【了半】鈥楩eb. 24, 1888.鈥擨 found your letter awaiting me this evening, when I returned from the four days鈥 Conference of Lady Missionaries at Amritsar.... Conferences are rather tiring. Sittings each day from 10 to 1, and 2 to 4, and always something besides. We had about sixty ladies, of various Denominations and Societies and Nationalities too, English, German, American, Indian. On Thursday, after our Conference work, we went to Church, and had such a solemn spiritual sermon from our new Bishop.[121] It was the first time that I ever had seen him.【多天】【我已】【续缩】【章西】The same Native Christian from whom I have quoted earlier as to the non-success, in his opinion, of her Missionary labours, says also about Miss Tucker: 鈥楽he was far from being a good judge of the Indian character. I remember her pointing to a Native Christian, and saying that the very light of Heaven was being reflected from his countenance, when in fact he had almost apostatised.鈥 But this was simply a repetition of the old tendency to think always the very best of everybody,鈥攖he habit being cultivated to such an excess as materially to interfere with her powers of perception in particular cases. It does not touch the question of her general understanding of the Indian character. Penetration, as to individuals, was hardly one of her gifts; and few would hesitate to agree to the assertion that she thought a great deal better of many Natives than, unfortunately, they deserved. Her eyes were opened slowly through bitter and repeated disappointments. But to the last she would probably have preferred to be sometimes deceived, rather than to be always suspecting.【界进】

【就剩】【仙宝】【古十】【开始】【飞出】【千紫】鈥楾he last day of 1883 was a very sad one to me; but I had some[380] of the little boys in the evening, and amusing them shook me out of my melancholy. I awoke early鈥攁s usual鈥攐n the New Year鈥檚 Day, and sang New Year鈥檚 hymns. After that I heard unwonted music below my window. Good Miss Krapf and three of the Singha girls had come to salute the New Year with a holy song. Of course, I went to the city after breakfast.鈥櫋旧摹

【喉咙】【一个】On March 26 comes a short letter to Mrs. Hamilton, jubilant at the thought of a visit from her friend, Mr. Francis Baring:鈥敗咀盅邸俊景≌狻俊咎拧俊炯缸库楯uly 18.鈥擸our 鈥渞unning about,鈥 love, has been on a milder scale than mine. On Friday last, knowing that I was to rise at about 3 A.M. (after a dinner-party at the C.鈥檚), I did not entirely undress. Miss Warren and I started on our long journey downhill by the dim light of a clouded moon. Laziness might have made us miss the evening train, for we had nearly a hundred miles鈥 drive, in a succession of vehicles, to reach it; and we knew not what the state of the road might be.【浸在】

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