- 1very slowly northward along the trail that connects with
- 2in those whom we have been privileged to know; have we
- 3are some infirm ones. Ten women are to receive Confirmation.
- 4He told me what a merit it is considered to kill infidels;
- 5in finding any place to pitch our tents, for it was spring-tide,
- 6“cannot hold a candle” to the Christian boys, who go
- 7dharm-nephew, who was starting for England. It must
- 8that in the last Female Evangelist I am pronounced “advanced
- 9and ran like a hare, her yellow silk dress gleaming in
- 10two ago, he was driven forth by his own family with threats
- 11for me. I do not intend to do anything foolish. I do not
- 12or Dissenters, each teaching according to her own convictions.
- 13Max crossed the threshold hard upon her heels. Three descending
- 14was her income placed in jeopardy; and soon the new ‘Church
- 15‘Poor N. N. is not well, so I had no afternoon lesson
- 16It is not quite easy to get at the bottom of the matter.
- 17steps were ahead of him, and then a long brick tunnel in
- 18one lives in such an out-of-the-way place as Batala.’
- 19whether her “Sahib” consented or not. The answer was
- 20to wonder what her feelings were, as she turned back into
- 21And thus matters stood when, one hot night, Meriem, unable
- 22Two letters in February to two nieces must not be passed
- 23Later, in the same letter, when speaking of two young converts,
- 24‘We have a dear young convert from a village, who, like
- 25The people here live chiefly on shell-fish and potatoes.
- 26prayer-bell rings, and we all assemble in chapel. After
- 27machinery of the Mission will work during the strange interregnum
- 28must not be idle, but they must have the means of earning
- 29to peer through the fog ahead, he turned and descended
- 30of my landing at Bombay,—my Indian birthday! Oh, how
- 31never-failing delight; partly on her own account, and yet
- 32and every other servant of God must feel this, I think.
- 33wall. He staggered down again; his remarkable physical
- 34is too sad to dwell upon; but it is better that I should
- 35Muhammadans. But it is not at all necessary with them to
- 36‘A fierce crowd had attacked her, tore the jewels from
- 37pouring into the cave of the dragon through the open door
- 38young Man,—who had been given a New Testament, which
- 39of them, one seems to see Satan let loose! There is some
- 40chapel comes my delightful walk in the fresh morning air.
- 41The people here live chiefly on shell-fish and potatoes.
- 42are all Batala people; but Batala is a genial place to
- 43standpoints. Charlotte Tucker had had plenty of society
- 44Perhaps some unseen Angel took her by the hand. She reached
- 45In the morning I asked a young Indian, who was wet to the
- 46‘Not that the offence of the Cross has ceased. The persecution
- 47should feel it to be his or her work to bring in others
- 48absence; but there were strong reasons against that....
- 49gate, but the apparatus was out of his reach, and he had
- 50Bhatija suggested our putting the pictures on a nice clean