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BY THE AUTHOR OF “ABEL DRAKE'S WIFE.”
“If the first among the problems of life be how to establish the peace
“I know not what true definition there is for any age or people of the high-
“ It is, I think, an observation of St. Augustine. that those periods are
W. E. GLADSTONE.
CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
Britain," should be in brackets, "[then]," as it does not
belong to the quotation,
ONE evening Hugh and Kezia went to a chapel meeting at Aber. They were to stay the night with some friends there, that they
might the next day pack Kezia's furniture 6 ready for its removal to Rymer's rooms at Bod Elian.
Hirell and her father had spent a quiet evening together, for the rain had come on with increased violence, and put a stop to all work out of doors.
They were sitting at one end of the long kitchen table, Elias reading and Hirell knitting. They had no candle, they could no longer afford