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HOUSE ON THE ROCK.
BY THE AUTHOR
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BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE:
JAMES MUNROE AND COMPANY.
Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1851, by
James Munroe and Company,
Tn the Clerkâ€™s Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
THURSTON, TORRY, AND EMERSON, PRINTERS.
HOUSE ON THE ROCK.
Summer is ripening fast into Autumn, â€” it
is evening, quiet, contemplative evening, â€”
the sky is gray and calm, â€” the veil of night
is slowly rising, enveloping land and sea in a
soft mist. Yes, sea,â€”for I would have you
picture yourself by the sea-side on such an
eve as [ describe, â€”the wide, restless, mysteri-
ous sea, coming into the shore so gently now,
with a sweet low rushing sound, playing as it
were with the pebbles, feigning to carry them
with it into its waste of waters, and leaving
them behind after all. How breathless we
feel looking over that wide expanse, that
seemingly unending mass of water; how its
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monotonous murmur seems to whisper of
The moon is rising from that ridge of cloud,
â€”turning the waves to silver, â€”a few chil-
dren of the fishermen are paddling with naked
legs and feet in the water, â€”their joyous
voices the only sound, save the murmur of the
quiet sea; aye, quiet as though it knew not
how to rage
â€˜Â¢ till the roar makes echo dumb ; â€â€™
knew not how to run mountains high, â€” and
dash so furiously upon that shore, â€”and make
deep furrows with its waves as tombs for many
a brave heart, and many an anxious hope; as
though no mighty ship had ever perished
through its fury, no fishermanâ€™s frail bark gone
down beneath its waters. |
Half way up the cliff, which overhangs the
sea, is a little cottage approached by rugged
steps cut in the rock, with a small hand-rail to
aid in the ascent,â€”a strange little place it
looks, and yet comfortable too, for it is very
clean, and in summer time there are always
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flowers in the window, and in the winter the
light of a blazing fire, which makes it worth
while to clamber up those steep steps, â€” for
it seems to welcome you beneath its humble
Three people dwell there â€”two old men,
and a young and beautiful girl,â€”aye, you
would think nothing of the steps, nothing of
the trouble it gives you to get there, were you
sure that Mabel Raby was at home, to have
one glance at her face, for it is not often such
a face gladdens the eyes of mortal man.
There was something unearthly in its beauty.
They had said as a child she was too beautiful
to live, but twenty years had gone by since
then, and the lovely vision, for such she seem-
ed, was living still. I will not describe her to
you, because no description could equal the
original, but suffice it, the face was a faultless
one ; living always by the sea-side, and ex-
posed to all weather, she was â€˜tanned, but
nature had made her complexion very fair,
for beneath the thick masses of, her rich
brown hair the skin was white as ivory.
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The coarsest minds have somehow an
appreciation and intense admiration. for beauty
__and in the little fishing hamlet about half a
mile distant, the Beauty of the Rock, as they
call her, is worshipped. She goes to market
there once a week, and they will almost let
her have things for nothing, for they know the
old men are poor, and they think it would be
a pity that such a pretty creature should want
for any thing. A little strange out-of-the-way
place that village is, picturesque too, â€” one
long straggling street built on a hill, â€” old-
fashioned cottages, most of them crumbling
with age, in which every second inhabitant
makes a living by selling shrimps, which lie in
heaps on a sloping board outside the window,
where also those whom it concerns are in-
formed, that â€œhot water can be supplied at a
momentâ€™s notice,â€ or â€˜picnic parties accom-
modated.â€â€ â€˜The shops are very few, â€” the
chandler has some meat once a week, there is
no regular butcher, â€” this man sells almost
every thing the humble inhabitants need, â€”
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his shop is so full there is scarcely room to
turn in it,â€”a green-grocer in a very small
way, and a place called â€œâ€™The Repository â€
kept by an old maid divide the honors with
him,â€” every one else sells fish.
The aforesaid Repository is curious in shells;
every thing you can imagine, and many things
you cannot, made in shells. Animals which
would have puzzled Cuvier, â€” houses no archi-
tect with the most fertile imagination could
dream of, â€” flowers no botanist could give a
name to, â€”all shells! â€” A few newspapers and
periodicals, and some very stale novels, she
lends out to read; she deals in paper and
envelopes, sealing-wax, ornamental wafers, per-
forated card, beads, netting silk, Berlin wool,
and in short all sorts of â€˜â€˜ Fancy articles.â€
I need scarcely tell you how few of such
things she sold; the shells went off the best,
for some of her poor neighbors had friends in
London, and they would save up a little money
to send some trifle at Christmas time, as they
considered a present from the sea-side should
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be formed of shells; but she managed, poor
old soul, to make a living by doing a little in
the dress-making and millinery way besides,
put, as you may imagine, it was scanty enough.
An old ruin, which was supposed to be a
great many things, which it was quite as likely
â€˜t never had been, formed an excuse for picnic
parties frequently to this neighborhood. An-
tiquaries often groped about the village, and
took notes of many things they thought inter-
esting and curious; for it was a quaint old
place. One day an old man, dressed in the
fashion of our forefathers, with a face and
figure well in keeping with his costume, Â©
paused before a small house on which was an
inscription, and inquired of its inhabitants most
anxiously if they could afford him any infor-
mation respecting it. No! they knew nothing,
and evidently as the saying is, cared less ; but
at length, as he was about to leave in despair,
a woman put her head out of one of the
cottage windows, and assured him she could
tell him all about it; eagerly he prepared to
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listen, and his disappointment is better imag-
ined than described, when the intelligence
afforded him was contained in this sapient
answer, â€”â€œâ€˜ Why, Sir, that ere scription has
been up there ever since the house was built.â€
I have said that the old men were poor, so
poor were they indeed, that it was oftentimes
a subject of conversation in the village as to
how they lived at all. Matthew Whiting
received a small pension quarterly, on account
of some service in earlier years, as it was
thought, and Mabel supported herself and
father by making nets. The extraordinary
beauty of the girl and the old menâ€™s singular
devotion to her, and to each other, was a
continual cause of wonderment, no one knew
the reason of it. Matthew, Mabel called
uncle, but it was only a term of affection, for
they were not related, though the nearest and
dearest ties could not have made them lovÃ©
one another better.
Having thus introduced you to the principal
personages in my story, I shall take you to
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their dwelling, and admit you beneath the roof
of their humble little home. On the evening
I have just described, you must picture to
yourself, in that dim fading light, two old men
seated by the window smoking,â€”the moon
is rising slowly, and her bright rays are illu-
minating the small room with its red brick
uneven floor, glittering on the two brass candle-
sticks and pewter mugs ranged on the shelf,
with some pieces of old crockery ware.
On the table in the centre their supper is
laid; a red herring, some brown bread and a
small piece of Dutch cheese. â€˜They smoked in
silence some time, and then old Matthew said,
laying down his pipe, â€”
â€˜Â¢â€˜ Mabel be late, John.â€
â€œTm glad on it, Matthew,â€”for we can say
weâ€™ve had our supper, when she do come, â€”
for Iâ€™m sure there beâ€™ant enough for three!â€
he added ruefully casting a glance at the poor
â€œAh! sheâ€™s too sharplike for that, â€”sheâ€™ll
say, whereâ€™s the plates? and remember too she
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will, how much there was lift sinâ€™ yesterâ€™-
â€œ'True, Matthew, yourâ€™nâ€™s the head. Well,
look here then, -â€”letâ€™s dirt two of the plates,
and hide away the cheese as though weâ€™d eat
it all,â€”and to-morrow it will come in useful.â€
â€œVery good,â€ said Matthew, and he rose and
took some plates from the shelf.
â€˜Here giveâ€™em to me, I can do it best, you
go back to your pipe,â€ said John.
â€˜â€˜Noa, noa, [â€™ll do it.â€ |
â€œWell, weâ€™ll do one a-piece then, for I tellâ€™ee
what, Matthew, itâ€™s hungry work.â€
â€˜Nonsense, man,â€ answered Whiting some-
what sternly, â€˜Iâ€™m never hungry when itâ€™s not
John bore the rebuke in silence, and in
silence continued his efforts to make the plates
appear to have been used, and the old men
had scarcely resumed their pipes, and their
seats at the window, when a light voice sing-
ing, ina wild untutored manner some sailorâ€™s
ditty, gave notice of Mabelâ€™s approach.
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â€˜Here I am,â€ she said gaily, as she flung
the door wide open, â€œâ€˜ were you frightened at
my being so late?â€
â€œNoa, child, noa, thouâ€™rt safe enough here-
abouts, thereâ€™s not a being that would harm
thee, â€”art hungry, lass?â€
â€˜No, father, not very, â€”itâ€™s too warm to
eat, I think.â€
â€˜Â¢Oh, teake a snack, gurl, teake a snack,â€â€™
â€˜Â¢ Well, come along then,â€ she said, drawing
some chairs to the table. |
â€œOh, we couldâ€™nt wait for â€™ee,â€ said John, |
with an attempt at a laugh, â€˜â€˜ weâ€™ve done.â€
â€˜Done, have you,â€ she said, â€˜â€˜ what, and
left all this for me? why, what can you have
eaten? Nothing,â€” â€œIâ€™m sure,â€ she con-
tinued, rising and laying her hand on her
fatherâ€™s arm. John puffed away vehemently,
and made no answer, but Matthew, drawing
his pipe from his mouth, replied in his usual
â€˜Â¢ Whereâ€™s the cheese, gurl?â€
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â€˜Ah! true, there was some cheese. â€˜Then,
if you really have eaten your supper, I shall
sit down and eat a good one, for I am very
The old men exchanged glances of satis-
faction at this speech, and puffed out the
smoke in volumes, while Mabel sat down,
and eat really as though she were hungry.
When she had finished, and cleared away the
supper things, she drew her seat near the old
men and told them where she had been.
â€œTI have sold the nets, and here is the
money, four and twopence,â€”so much for
business, â€” as regards news, Mrs. Warrenâ€™s
let her house to such fine folks, and they â€™re
coming Monday, and sheâ€™s so pleased, â€” the
street isnâ€™t good enough for her to walk in,
for they â€™re carriage folks, keep men-servants,
and I donâ€™t know what all.â€
â€œSorry to hear it,â€ said Matthew gruffly,
â€œYT heates them sort oâ€™ gentry,â€”what are
they but finery and flummery outside, and
hollowness and heartlessness within? When
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they do come, keep near home; youâ€™re safer
here in port with the old men in their jersey
shirts, than among them with their silks and
â€œOh, but Uncle Matthew, I may just take
a look at themâ€” Mrs. Warren says even the
servants have got gold upon their dresses, and
the gentlemanâ€™s a Lord, a real Lord.â€
â€œTf you speaks to one on â€™em Iâ€™ve â€˜done
with you,â€ answered Matthew with great
Mabel looked inquiringly at her father.
â€˜Never mind, gurl, do as Uncle wants â€™ee,â€â€™
he answered, â€œheâ€™s alless roight; Iâ€™ve knowed
him sixty years, and still I says heâ€™s alless
roight ; and now my bright clock up there
tells me its toime for bed, so God bless â€™ee my
curl; go on now to bed and think no more of
a parcel of foine folks, whoâ€™d be above look-
ing at such as thee.â€
Obedient as a child, knowing no other law |
than the old menâ€™s simple word, Mabel kissed
them and went into her little room. When
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the door had closed upon her, Matthew drew
nearer to John, and, placing his hand on his
arm, said in a low voice,
â€œThis is bad news, John, very bad news;
who is this Lord that be come down in this
quiet place, â€”what do â€™ee want? Mabel
mustnâ€™t move outside the door whilst he be
â€˜But you donâ€™t think, Matthew, it beâ€
â€œJT think nothing, but that heâ€™s one of that
crew, I wouldâ€™nt stretch a hand to save, if
the wild waters there were about to swallow
â€™em before my face.â€
â€˜Hush! hush! Matthew, my man, gently,
years are come and gone since thee and me
had cause to think so hardly â€™o such as they.
Weâ€™re old now, Matthew, â€”the grave which
makes all men equal lies near us both, â€” so
letâ€™s keep from bad words, for they may be
And poor old John drew the back of his
sunburnt hand across his eyes, and then hold-
ing it out to Matthew, said,
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â€œ Beside, old friend, though they did do us
wrong, warnâ€™t it through them as weâ€™ve been
brought together to be what we are to one
another; theyâ€™ve done us a sort of second-
hand good turn, â€”donâ€™t let you and I be loth
to do them one when we can.â€
Matthew grasped his friendâ€™s hand, said
nothing for a few moments, and then burst
out suddenly, â€”
â€œBut the gurl, John, the gurl, I tell â€™ee,
you must keep her from them or thereâ€™ll be .
mischief, take my word onâ€™t; you, that have -
seen her grow since she was no bigger than a |
gullâ€™s egg, doanâ€™t know what a beauty she
is, â€” you doanâ€™t see it, cause youâ€™re used to
her; but I that have been in them lands,
where they say the womenkind is the most
beautiful on earth, know there beanâ€™t one on
â€™em can touch Mabel. She doanâ€™t know her-
self what she is, â€” what then do â€™ee think
itll be to her to hear them, as they will talk
to her of her beauty, â€”tell her that, â€” but
there it makes me mad to think onâ€™t; keep
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her away, [ say, or you'll rue the day you
scorned Matthew Whitingâ€™s words.â€
â€˜â€œâ€˜It would be the first time if I did, Mat-
thew, the first time indeed; Iâ€™ll keep the
child as close as you like,â€”but the night
comes on apace,â€” we'll to bed,â€”to bed.
God bless you!â€ and with one more grasp
of each other's hands they retired to the third
room, which was the extent of the cottage.
In it was slung a hammock for Matthew,
and on the ground was a mattrass on which
John slept. They were soon stretched in
their respective resting-places, and with the
â€œlullabyâ€ of the then tranquil sea, as soon
A week passed away, and one bright morn-
ing when the sun was shining, with that
peculiar brilliancy it appears to have always
by the sea, a group were seen seated on the
beach beneath the cliff, the only piece of
shade to be found any where near: the group
consisted of an old woman, a younger one, a
fine boy about eight years of age, and two
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young ladies; they were simply attired as
befitted a ramble on the sea-shore, in ging-
ham dresses, and coarse straw bonnets; but
those accustomed to mix with the higher
classes, could not have failed to see the stamp
of aristocracy on the brows of the younger
members of the party.
At some distance from them, a girl appeared
searching for shells, and her picturesque ap-
pearance soon attracted their attention. She
had no bonnet on, but a profusion of dark
brown hair graced her very classically shaped
head; her dress, of some dark material, she
had turned up, to be out of the wet, and
pinned behind, â€”a crimson handkerchief was
crossed over her bosom, and the short gray
petticoat beneath her gown displayed her neat
foot, in a thick leather shoe and blue stock-
â€œHow nice that girl looks,â€ said one of the
young ladies, â€œher dress is quite a costume.
I wonder if she is pretty; let us go a little
nearer to her.â€
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â€œ Pretty, Adelaide, you are always thinking
about beauty.â€ )
â€˜Well! I have a notion she is, she has
such a good shaped head. I should like to
see her face: why thereâ€™s De Vere speaking to
her, I declare. Ill go and call him away,
and then I can see her. What are you doing
De Vere?â€ she said, approaching the child.
â€œTam asking her what she is looking for,â€
The young ladyâ€™s object was effected, for
the girl raised her head, and lifted a pair of
lustrous eyes to her interrogatorâ€™s face, as she
â€œ Looking for shells, little gentleman, to sell
to the Repository.â€ |
â€˜Â¢ Are you poor, then?â€
â€˜â€˜Hush! De Vere, come away.â€
â€˜No, â€” nonsense, â€” Why ?â€”I like to talk
to her. Have you found any yet?â€
â€˜No, Sir, none.â€
â€˜â€˜May I help you, I should like to help you,
you are so pretty.â€
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â€œDe Vere, do as I tell you, and come away,
Sir,â€ said the young lady rather angrily.
â€˜You must excuse my brother,â€ she continued,
turning to the girl, â€˜he is so very young he
does not know better. Will you, if you find
a good shell, allow me to buy it ?â€
â€œQh! yes, and thank you too, Miss,â€ she
â€˜â€˜T shall be about here for some time. I
am going fora sail presently, and by the time
I return, you may have found one:â€ and the
young lady returned to her sister, who had
been joined by a young man, to whom she
immediately said, Oh! Herbert, if you could
but see that girl yonder, you would go crazy.
She is the most beautiful creature I ever
â€˜Â¢ Where, where, what ?â€â€™
â€˜There, standing there in that picturesque
sort of dress. You should have her to sit to
you, â€”I dare say she would, sheâ€™s miserably
â€œTs she really so lovely, Adelaide?â€ asked
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her sister, as the young man started off to
obtain a glance. â€œI am sure you must be
quite happy, if you have discovered some
â€œTam delighted, for my wildest hopes never
went so far as to imagine I should ever see any
thing earthly so beautiful. Oh! what a pity
she is not a lady ; when she speaks, and when
one looks at her coarse hands, the charm is
destroyed. Who can she be? I declare that
impudent Herbert is speaking to her. And
here comes the boat,â€”I must go,â€” you
wonâ€™t come, Helen?â€ :
â€œOh! no, thank you,â€”and I wish you
would not, with only Herbert.â€
â€œMy dear, donâ€™t insult him with such an
â€˜only,â€™ he thinks himself an experienced
mariner, [ can assure you.â€
Over the calm blue waters glided the little
bark, its white sails slightly swelling in the
breeze, and shot into the shore. A man sprang
out and handed in Adelaide, Herbert and the
little boy, and in a few more moments it had
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put out to sea again, leaving Mabel Raby alone
on the beach, watching it as*it moved so grace-
fully away, Helen and the servants having
Mabel stood where they had left her for
some time, gazing .after the vessel with a feel-
ing of anxiety too, for in her long residence
on that wild coast she had learnt how treacher-
ous were the smiles of the sea, and her ex-
perienced eye could tell that shortly the breeze
would stiffen, and that it would need some
skill to manage the boat, â€”and forgetful of
her employment, she stood there watching its
progress, till the squall she anticipated really
darkened the horizon, and she had to seek
shelter beneath the cliffs.
The old men were in the cottage, seated as
was their wont, in the long summer day, at the
open window, looking out upon the sea.
Matthew had been reading aloud to John,
but something in the book had touched the
tender chord in his bosom, and he was des-
canting loudly on his hatred of the rich and
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â€œFind me one person, John, who can say
they â€™ve cause to thank â€™em for a koind act, â€”
show me the poor creature whoâ€™s the better for
their riches, â€” what do â€™em spend their money
on?â€” Horses and carriages, and silks and
satins. Whereâ€™s the sick they send a doctor
to, â€”the hungry they feed, the thirsty they
give drink to, the prisoner they visit, or the
naked they clothes? â€”- When they goes to
their long account, how will they answer that?
â€” When a poor creatureâ€™s misfortunes have
brought him nigh to starving, who lends him
a helping hand? â€”Is it them as has got their
houses full of victuals? No, John, itâ€™s the
neighbor in the next cottage, who shares his
one loaf with him whoâ€™s got none. Iâ€™ve
known â€™em send away the beggar at the door,
whilst they have been paying a handful of
gold for a picture.â€
â€œ Well, [donâ€™t know,â€ said John, scratching
his head, and looking puzzled at his friendâ€™s
eloquence. â€˜I doanâ€™t pretend, Matthew, to be
clever like you, but it seems to me as though
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somehow we should be worse off if it werenâ€™t
for them rich gentry ; how do us come to have
Hospitals for all sorts of complaints, and Re-
figees for all sorts of misfortunes, if it warnâ€™t
the rich as builded â€™em?â€â€™
â€œ'Thatâ€™s just it, John, they â€˜ll give their
money to things like that â€™cause its put in the
papers, and people hears on it, and praises â€™em ;
theyâ€™ve no thought but that. â€”â€”Oh! I hate to
talk of them.â€
Still looking puzzled, John made no reply
for a moment, but turning over the leaves of
the Bible which lay on a table near him, he
pointed with his thin trembling finger to a
passage, and said, â€”
â€˜â€˜ Matthew, Iâ€™m a weak, sinful old man, with
but little book learning like you have, and this
is the only book as I can be said to know
much about. I do know this I bâ€™lieve â€” by
heart, but I maynâ€™t be clear on some points ;
so just tell me what you teake that to mean.â€
Matthew read the verse, and when he had
finished it, he said, â€”
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â€˜God bless you, John, â€” and the day I first
knew you. â€˜Charity thinketh no evil and is
kind.â€™ True, old friend, true, I need reminding
this, too often I fear, â€”tell it me again and
again, John, that those blessed words may
meake me forget them as are alless ringing in
my ears. Why what foolâ€™s that, aboard that
craft,â€ he said, starting from his seat, â€œall
that crowd oâ€™ sail in this squall? No sailor, [â€™ll
â€œAh!â€ said John, â€œI feared this morning
was too bright to last, it wonâ€™t be much
â€œTtâ€™ll capsize,â€â€â€” continued Matthew still
eagerly looking out, â€˜â€œâ€˜and thereâ€™ll be mischief,
I shall go out:â€ and not waiting for his less
excitable companion, Matthew hurried to the
door, and soon the vigorous old man was stand-
ing on the beach, his long gray hair fluttering
about in the breeze, and the misty rain and
spray almost hiding from his sight the little
vessel, now tossing on the waves over which
it had glided so calmly a short hour ago.
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Mabel had, as I have said, sought shelter
from the squall beneath the cliff, â€” but seeing
her uncle out, and knowing the peril of the
vessel, she flew to his side.
â€œ Uncle, itâ€™s only a young gentleman aboard,
and I am sure he donâ€™t know how to manage
her, â€” holloa to him to shorten sail.â€
The wind blew stronger and stronger; the
vessel neared the shore, and a shriek long and
loud echoed among the cliffs, as she heeled
over fearfully, and finally capsized.
Some fishermen, who had seen the danger
of the little vessel, soon put out a boat to its
rescue, and Mabel saw old Matthew run for-
ward to join them and offer his assistance, â€”
when he stopped suddenly as one of the men
spoke to him, and turning quickly round, with
an altered and stern expression on his face he
beckoned to Mabel, and refusing to allow her
to remain to be assured of the safety of those
in such peril, he put his arm through hers, and
reascended the steps in silence.
But Mabel could not in her anxiety keep her
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eyes from the sea, and as they neared the cot-
tage she gave a slight cry, and catching hold
tightly of her uncleâ€™s arm, said, â€”
â€˜Oh look, look uncle, how shocking, they
have not saved the child; heâ€™ll be drownâ€™d,
heâ€™ll be drownâ€™d !â€
â€œ Come in gurl â€” theyâ€™re all right, such as
they come to no hurt,â€ he answered sternly ;
â€˜â€œthereâ€™s not one amongst them down there
who wonâ€™t strain every nerve to save â€™em, â€”
for they can afford to pay for their lives, â€” go
in, go in:â€ â€”and with a slight push, he sent
her into the cottage, and following closed the
Quiet old John had remained where he left
him reading, unmindful of the excitement
without ; but Mabel, too distressed even to
mind her uncleâ€™s anger, eagerly told her father
what had happened, and pointing from the
window, said, â€”
â€œThere, see, see, father, â€”theyâ€™re dragging
the child now into the boat. Oh!â€”heâ€™s dead!
Iâ€™m sure heâ€™s dead. Look at those men in
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their fine dresses: they belong, oh! I do think
they must be the Lord and his family, from
Mrs. Warrenâ€™s. See they are taking the child
from the boat so carefully, â€”oh! father, he is
dead!â€ again she repeated, with the tears
filling her eyes.
â€˜No, no, I hope not, â€” what do you think
â€œâ€˜T doant know,â€ he answered sternly.
â€˜â€˜ Come and look, do Matthew.â€
â€˜â€˜What be the use of that? My looking,
woant bring the child to life if he be dead:â€
and, rising from his seat into which he had
flung himself, he entered his room and closed
the door, â€” leaving Mabel and her father still
gazing anxiously from the window.
Slowly along the shore moved the servants,
carrying the child, followed by the fishermen,
and Herbert supporting his half fainting sister,
and at last disappeared from the sight of their
anxious watchers. ?
â€œMay I go and ask if the boy is dead,
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â€œYes, child, go, do, â€” itâ€™s very shocking,
make haste home, and Iâ€™ll go and see what be Â©
the matter with Uncle ; heâ€™s put out somehow.â€â€™
Swiftly Mabel flew down the cliffs, and
John went to his friend, but he was still stern
and angry, and begged to be left alone.
Never disputing his word, or thwarting his
wishes, John did leave him, and returned to
his book; that book he so valued, â€” that had
been his study, his consolation, his recreation,
through years of privation and trial; and by
the holy influence of which he had grown to
be the gentle, uncomplaining, charitable, hum-
ble being, he was. He did in truth live in
the House built on the Rock, and feared no
tempest, â€” calmly he let the storms of life
sweep over him, as calmly as when the howl-
ing wind and raging sea kept him waking on
his hard mattrass, and he only prayed for
those whose Houses were on the Sand.
On the side of his bed old Matthew sat,
his eyes fixed on the ground, evidently in
deep thought. What was the subject of his
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earnest meditation? Memory has carried him
far, far back over the space of many years, â€”
if you are inclined to go back so far with him,
He sees a rustic English village, and two
lads, one a bold daring fellow, the other good,
gentle and timid, â€” they were at school to-
gether as little children, they are friends
and neighbors now, they seek to earn a living
honestly, and each finds employment on the
The quiet gentle boy became a gardener, he
had always loved tending flowers and such
occupations ;â€”the other was gamekeeper, â€”
they are still good friends, â€” but now before
the old manâ€™s vision flits a fair form, â€˜and a
change comes oâ€™er the spirit of his dream,â€
and midst the flowers in the garden, she is
wandering, â€” by her side one no longer his
friend, but his rival, John Raby.
They are no more together as they used to
be, â€” he can remember how in the wood he
used to wander alone by the hour, with his
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oun and dog, haunted by the sweet face of the
farmerâ€™s daughter, and almost hating his for-
mer friend and companion: and now how his
eye flashes, and his hands clinch, as he recalls
with all the freshness of yesterday, hearing
one day in his solitary ramblings in the wood,
two persons talking earnestly, â€” the voices of
Mabel and his masterâ€™s son: poisonous words
of flattery fall from the lips of the young
man, and promises of wealth unbounded.
In a moment Matthew stands between the
tempter and his intended victim : he has saved
her for his rival it is true, but he has saved
her: even in memory he seems to act the
scene again, and the heat drops, fall from his
brow with agitation ; â€” still thought carries
him on, and he is on board a noble vessel out-
ward bound, an exile from his home, friendless
and alone in the world, dismissed his masterâ€™s
service on a charge of robbery !â€” His old
companion of so many years, his ungenerous
rival, is his false accuser.
His fancied injustice of the wealthy and
32 THE HOUSE
powerful, and the ingratitude of all men,
makes him hard and reckless, and he roams
abroad, he cares not whither.
Years pass on,â€”he has gathered a little
money and is coming home, â€” aye, old man,
it is well you forget not this passage of your
life. A poor Swiss Priest is on board the same
vessel, sick and distressed ; misfortunes have
pressed on him heavily, losses of friends and
fortune, imprisonment, ingratitude, illness, all
that falls to the lot of suffering humanity, had
been his to bear. Is he reckless, hard-judg-
ing, unforgiving ? No, â€” from his lips flow
gentle words of forgiveness to his enemies,
leniency to all, submission in affliction, and a
humble spirit tells him he deserves the worst
that has befallen him. With the sound of
the waves breaking upon the shore seems to
come the words of the good Priest, and old
Matthew fancies he feels again that trembling
wrinkled hand laid upon his, and sees the
earnest eyes fixed on him as he tells him, â€”
â€œRemember that in the Prayer, we pray
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God to forgive us, as we forgive each other ;
would you be content to abide by this, â€”do
you forgive this young man you say has
wronged you, as you hope to be forgiven ? It
is not enough to say you forgive him, you
must act as though you did. Seek him when
you reach England, hold out your hand to
him, and show him you have not learned the
Christian creed in vain ;â€” seek to serve him
even more readily than you would serve
another ; and if there be left in his heart one
trace of the better nature that you loved â€™ere
he sinned against you, in that one spot of
good ground watered by your love and mercy,
there will spring up fresh flowers, bearing
fruit unto eternity :â€”-and you then will have
made the first step towards that perfection we
were bid to strive for, â€”for you will not, like
/ man, have revenged your injury, but, like
God, have forgiven it.â€
The tears are standing in poor old Matthewâ€™s
| eyes, as he remembers these words of admo-
nition, and tries to think whether he has
34 THE HOUSE
followed this advice. He had found his old
companion struggling to obtain a living, for
when he married he had left his situation, and
worked as a gardener on his own account; but
fortune had not smiled on him, and he was
now a widower with one child.
Yes! the girl they had both loved now lay
beneath the green turf in the village church-
yard, where they had played as children ; and
â€˜ all that remained to recall her existence was
the little child, who with large lustrous eyes
like her poor mother, gazed in the strangerâ€™s
No word of the past did Matthew utter,
nothing of the false charge, â€” nothing of the
wrong his masterâ€™s son had sought to work
Johnâ€™s wife, nor how he had saved her. He
only said he was a lone man, and that it would
be kind to come and live with him, and cheer
his solitude; that together they could work
and support the little child. â€˜You must be
my brother John, and she must call me Uncle.â€
And so it was, the little money he had
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earned abroad he placed in a bank, and the
interest from it, aided by the little work they
managed to obtain, and as Mabel grew up,
what she could do kept them from starving; and
with their contentment and moderate wants
had enabled them to live for many years. Â°
Accident one day revealed to John the secret
Matthew strove to keep. In talking over their
days of servitude, John said he had never
rightly known why Matthew left ; this simple
statement and the honest glance of the old
manâ€™s eye, was a convincing proof to Matthew
of his innocence, and he told him all; he had
been discharged suddenly, and that he had
afterwards heard Raby had accused him of
stealing. Poor simple-hearted John, to him
this intelligence was bewildering: how could
any one have asserted so base a falsehood?
â€œSome enemy must have done this, enemy to
us both;â€ but he had had none he thought,
and as he talked on, for the first time it
occurred to Matthew, that the guilty coiner of
this cruel charge had been â€”his Masterâ€™s son! |
36 THE HOUSE
He remembered then how he had muttered
he would be revenged, when he robbed him of
his prey, and in one short week he was dis-
charged ; but he said nothing of this to John,
only begged him not to talk of it again, but to
forget as he should; and years had passed
away again since then, and the monotonous
tranquillity of the lives of the old men had
been undisturbed, and the child had grown up
to womanhood in years, but with the same
childlike heart and nature as when first she
gazed so earnestly at Matthew, until this
accident to the sailing vessel. Why had it
brought such a long train of thought into the
old manâ€™s mind; and made him thus feel after
so many years that he had not obeyed the
Priestâ€™s injunction, â€” not forgiven those who
had wronged him, as he hoped to be for-
For years had he nourished feelings of envy,
hatred, and uncharitableness, towards that
class, amongst which he numbered one being,
who had done him wrong,â€”and now trem-
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bling on the brink of the grave, he had rejected
the opportunity which Providence had accord-
ed him of repairing his sins, by assisting to
save the life of a fellow-creature, because he
was a Peerâ€™s son! â€˜The hurried speech of the
fishermen, â€˜Make haste, itâ€™s Lord Newberyâ€™s
son,â€ had turned the tide of good feeling into
the bitter channel of revenge, and thus he had
too truly done as he said he would, refused to
stretch a hand to save one of them from a
â€˜Thus in strictly analyzing his own feelings,
Matthew found he had forgiven John Raby,
because it pleased him to do so, because he
liked him, and the estrangement was painful -
to him; and because in the face of the young
child were reflected the features of her whom
he had loved.
At the time that he held out the hand of
reconciliation to John Raby, he had fancied
that the admonition of the Priest had alone
induced him to do so; but now a new light
seemed to have burst upon him, and he felt
38 THE HOUSE
in how poor a manner had he obeyed that
injunction, and how fearful would the account
have been he must have rendered, had his soul
been required of him ere this; and earnestly
did the old man pray for pardon and for time,
to grow a wiser and a better man, ere he
should go hence to be no more seen.
Long had Matthew remained alone in this
earnest contemplation, until at length Mabel
ventured to summon him to his tea, and
greatly were she and her father surprised at
the alteration visible in him: he had gone
into his room stern and angry, and he was
now all gentleness and kindness, and his first
question was to know if the child had been
Mabel had been to inquire, and had learnt
that it was not dead, but in a dangerous state.
â€˜Tam sure, uncle, I had no idea I was speak-
ing to those fine folks on the beach; they had
got no fine clothes on, only cotton dresses
such as Mrs. Warren wears herself; not half
so fine they werâ€™nt, as our Parsonâ€™s wife is on
a Sunday. I hope you arnâ€™t angry?â€
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â€œNo, child, no, not I, speak to â€™em of
course if they speak to you, only remember
their talk aint ourâ€™n, and so donâ€™t think
theyâ€™ve the same meaning as we have, thatâ€™s
all. Theyâ€™re fond of talking nonsense to a
poor girl like you, itâ€™s amusement to them;
give them a civil answer and get away as soon
as you can, thatâ€™s all; go down again before
nightfall, and ask how the child is.â€
The last thing, therefore, before bedtime,
Mabel went to the village, and returned with
the tidings that the poor child was gone, and
the mother was in an alarming state from the *
shock, being in very delicate health; the rea-
son for the visit to this quiet retired spot.
Matthew made no answer when Mabel told
him this sad news, only wishing her good
night, went away silently to bed. But he
could not sleep, for the first time the roaring
of the sea disturbed him, and he tossed and
turned uneasily on the mattrass he now for *
the first time found hard and uncomfortable ;
and when he at length fell into an uneasy
AO THE HOUSE
slumber, he saw a childish form washed on
shore, and carried out again to sea, and heard
its faint cries for help, and then a shriek rent
the air, and a woman stood upon the beach,
and cried to Heaven to save her child, â€”and
knelt at his feet, and bade him for mercyâ€™s
sake make one effort to rescue her darling ; and
he strove to do so, but his feet seemed fastened
to the ground, he could not move, and he
could not answer the distracted mother: and
then it was Mabel, his own young love, whose
life was thus in peril; he saw her tossed on
those waves, dashed roughly against rocks,
and still he could not move, nor render help,
nor call for it from others; and thus in such
dreams the night passed, while good old John
lay sleeping the peaceful sleep of a child.
Morning dawned at length, and Matthew
was glad to rise early, and get out into the
air; he wandered long by the sea, and was
about to return home, when he saw at some
little distance Mabel conversing with a young
man, a stranger to him, and so unmistakably
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a gentleman, that he wondered what could be
his object in talking with her ; and again the
old feeling of anger and distrust arose in his
mind, and he was about to call her loudly
to him, when his new determination to be less
suspicious and hard | judging, occurred to him,
and, instead of calling to her, he returned
â€œMabel is a good gurl, simple and true-
hearted, sheâ€™ll tell us all about it,â€ he thought
to himself; â€˜mayhap, she be asking how that
poor mother is to-day ;â€ and a slight shudder
passed through his frame, as again the vision
_ of the drowned child rose up before him.
Mabel returned soon after, and said she had -
beenâ€˜talking with the boyâ€™s elder brother ; he:
had been walking since daybreak on the beach,
unable to bear the house which was now so
filled with grief. His mother was too ill to be
moved, and yet the noise of the sea, recalling
so incessantly the mode of her childâ€™s death,
* made her more wretched ; his sisters were em
ployed in attending her, and, for himself, mad-
42 THE HOUSE
dened by the constant self-reproach that it was
through him the child had lost his life, he
knew not how or in what way to pass the â€”
weary hours. Yes, a change had indeed come
over the household, before so joyous and happy ;
Lady Newberyâ€™s delicate health had been the
only cause of uneasiness to this otherwise for-
Possessed of wealth and rank, which gave
them the power, for they wanted not the will
of doing good; with talents, in the exercise of |
which their days passed swiftly and pleasantly, -
and with the truest affection for each other, â€”
they had nothing to wish for, which this world
could afford: but now all that they before en- â€˜
joyed and delighted in had lost the charm, and
they could only wander listlessly from room
to room, occasionally going to gaze at the
darling whose merry little voice was stilled,
and who would soon be removed for ever from
their sight. On Adelaide, the gay, Joyous-
hearted Adelaide, the impression was most
deep, perhaps from the contrast which her
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now extreme sorrow made to her former gaiety
and high spirits.
Helen had been always quiet and serious,
and now wept silently when alone, but was
calm and uncomplaining when with the rest of
her family, and continued patiently and care-
fully to wait upon her mother; but Adelaide
could do nothing but lament, and recall each
word and action of the poor child, and wish
again and again, with bitter tears, that she had
never let him accompany them in their vessel.
Her sorrow was most distressing to witness,
and increased poor Helenâ€™s trials excessively ;
no one who knew her had seen tears in Ade-
laideâ€™s bright eyes before ; she often sent forth
a ringing laugh, as she said, â€˜â€œâ€˜ Why do people
cry? I could not :f I tried.â€ Her spirits had
been so untiring, that the sensitive Helen had
often gazed at her in wonder. A short hour
or two before this fatal accident, she had been
screaming with glee and merriment at the
waves, as they chased each other on the shore,
running to meet them, and, as they washed
44 THE HOUSE
over her little feet, clapping her hands and
laughing with childish mirth; while Helen
had sat upon the beach gazing over that wide
sea with silent awe, and thinking of it as a
vast tomb beneath which so many busy heads
and loving hearts were lying calm and love-
And yet this bright high-spirited girl, sunk
down at the first touch of grief; and Helen,
who had ever been occupied with sad thoughts,
whose eyes had filled with tears at every tale
of woe, bore up bravely beneath this first great
sorrow, which had befallen the sisters. 'T'o
the many, those who knew them not well,
this was strange, they had always thought
Helen would sink beneath a heavy weight of
trouble, but that Adelaide would bear up no-
bly ; but they who thus judged, knew not the
heart of the girls, nor the motives from which
these actions sprung.
Had they questioned the old nurse who had
been with them from their birth, she would
have told them how this could be which ap-
ON THE ROCK. 45
peared so strange ; how Helen, from her earli-
est childhood, had loved to sit on her knee,
and listen again and again to stories from the
Scriptures, when too young to read them for
herself; how her favorites were those which
told of sorrows nobly borne, of how faith in
God, and trust in his promises, had never been
disappointed ; and her little eyes would fill
with tears, as she heard of the mighty Sacrifice
made for all, and she would raise them to her
nurseâ€™s face, and murmur softly, â€œâ€˜ How good
we ought to be;â€ and that during the hours
thus spent, Adelaide would be romping wildly
with her brother Herbert, or riding an unsad-
dled pony round the park, thinking Nurseâ€™s
stories long and wearisome, and wondering how
Helen could sit and listen.
Never, as she grew older, were these lessons
of piety, thus early learnt, forgotten, but in all
her minor sorrows she thought of the holy
men of old, and what sufferings they had ex-
perienced, and how they had borne them, and
then she smiled where others would have
46 THE HOUSE
wept. â€˜T'ruly on that Rock where no storm
could shake it, had Helen founded her House,
and thus, when this first storm assailed it, it
It was a touching sight to see these sisters
together in their affliction; when Helen could
be spared from her mother, Adelaide would
come and set herself on the ground, lay her
head in her lap, and ask her to comfort her.
â€˜â€˜Why are you so calm, Helen,â€™â€? she would
say, â€œit worries me to see you work and read,
and cease to cry, whilst I can do nothing else?
how can you help it?â€
â€˜â€œâ€˜T think it wrong, dear Adelaide, to grieve
so much at the trials God sends us; besides,
we are so sure that the darling child is happy,
and that is a great consolation; we shall go to
him, although he will not return tous. All our
tears and complaint will not bring him backâ€™; ay
and rebelling thus against Godâ€™s will, renders i
our hope of seeing him again most uncert o7 .
â€œAh, Helen, you are so good; you can reaâ€
son about every thing, but I canâ€™t indeed, and
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st seems so dreadful for a child to die: old
people we expect to lose, but a child, a little
good child to die, and such a death. Oh, it is
so shocking!â€ and again her tears burst forth,
and she sobbed violently. Helen let her
weep for some time, and then she said in a
low voice, which trembled with emotion, â€œI
always think when children die, He who so
loved them on earth, has called them to him
in Heaven ; and, therefore, with the sorrow of
my own loss, is mingled this consolation, the
knowledge of my little brotherâ€™s great gain,
and I cannot grieve as one without hope.â€
â€˜Ah! well, you do not feel things as I do.
Il was not made to bear things as you are â€”
but never mind, it is no use talking to me ; I
am miserable, I shall always be miserable ;
only love me and kiss me, Helen, and be
â€˜patient with me,â€” read to me, I should like
that, I think.â€
â€œYes, certainly, what shall I read, dear â€˜ â€
â€œOh! any thing, a novel, something light,
something to make me forget my sorrow, for
a time at least.â€
48 THE HOUSE
Helen rose and fetched a book, and again
supporting her sisterâ€™s head upon her lap, read
to her until called to attend upon her mother ;
thus taking the most effectual method of dis-
pelling her own sorrow by her unselfish and
unceasing devotion to others.
A week passed, and the child was borne
away from the village he had visited in all the
strength and spirit of his young life, to be
buried at their country seat; the child of
eight years old to be laid beside the man of
eighty, his grandfather, the only other occu-
pant of the family vault.
Mabel and her father came to see the sad
cavalcade pass by; Matthew would not come
out. He was almost the only person in that
small hamlet who was not; for the mode of
the boyâ€™s death, his rank, and the fact of its
being something to see, had drawn all who
could come, from their homes.
Old men and women who murmured sadly,
as the carriages passed, â€˜â€˜ Well, we thought it
would have been our turn first.â€ Mothers,
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with children in their arms, and clinging about
them, looking with swimming eyes at their
little ones, and saying earnestly, â€˜God help
his poor mother,â€â€”and one in deep mourn-
ing, standing alone, answered with a sternness,
which her grief excused, â€œI have lost mine, it
â€˜s no worse for her ;â€ and so by a road watered
with many tears of sympathy, the child passed
on to his last home on earth, and another
angel had joined his voice to the choir, sing-
ing for ever the praises of the Eternal in the
fields of light.
On the evening of this day, the two old
men at the rock sat together after their scanty
meal, and on each of their faces was a more
than usual cast of thought. Matthew had,
since the accident, grown kinder and gentler,
but more silent than ever ; and though for the
last few moments, Mabel and John had been
discussing an important subject, he had made
â€œ What is to be done, I donâ€™t know,â€ said
John. â€œThink of something, Matthew, weâ€™ve
50 THE HOUSE
never been so put to it before ; two-pence in
the house, and no means to get more, as I
sees. What shall us do, old friend, eh ?â€
Â«We've had supper,â€â€™ he said gently, havenâ€™t
â€˜Yes, but to-morrow, Matthew ? â€â€™
Â«Thy favorite book there will tell thee to
take no thought for the morrow, for the mor-
row will take thought for the things of itself.â€â€™
â€œTrue, Matthew ; go to bed, my gurl, and
pray God to give us our daily bread. He will
not desert us in time of need, and with only
two-pence we shanâ€™t quite starve ;â€ and, with
a faint smile, John kissed the face of his beau-
tiful child. She went into her little room,
and the prayer she uttered there in simple
faith and earnestness, who will doubt was
heard and answered ?
â€œDo you know,â€ asked Matthew, when she
was gone, â€œif Mr. Everton is coming down
here again after the funeral, John?â€
â€œÂ© [T doanâ€™t know, Iâ€™m sure, â€” why ?â€
â€œ Heâ€™s for ever talking to Mabel, and though
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I try, Heaven knows how I try, not to be hard
and suspicious, I donâ€™t like it, John; I donâ€™t
know what he can want to talk to her for,
sheâ€™s no larning, nothing to talk about for
such as he. | warned you once in anger,
when I felt bitter hatred against his class ; lm
altered now, John, thereâ€™s no hatred in what I
say now, â€” I warn you again.â€
The next morning Mabel started out early,
and succeeded in disposing of a few shells and
one of her nets, So that for a day or two they
might go on without anxiety; and this hand-
to-mouth existence, they had passed for years.
Oh! if those who, in the midst of comfort, and
even luxuries, would remember the hundreds,
â€” who, eating the scanty dinner of to-day,
know not where they shall seek it on the
morrow, â€” and compare their own condition
with that of those unfortunates, â€” how would
they bless Heaven for its mercy to them, and
pray for it for others.
The time went by without further incident.
Autumn came on apace, the days grew shorter,
52 THE IOUSE
and in the twilight evenings, more than once
might two persons be seen talking earnestly
beneath the rock, â€”a young man anda girl;
she glancing repeatedly and anxiously up to
the small twinkling light in the cottage win-
dow, then suddenly with a few hurried words
separating from him, and flying up the steps,
while he watched till the door of the little
dwelling would close upon her.
An old shrimper returning home on one of
these evenings, affirmed afterwards, that he
had heard the girl say, â€œOh! but they will be
so wretched without me ;â€ and then the young
man had answered earnestly, â€˜Think over it,
and let me know to-morrow.â€
To-morrow !â€” when the sun sunk to rest,
as it seemed, in the bosom of the wide ocean,
tinting the earth and sky with a soft rose
color, the old menâ€™s home was desolate ; no
more beneath their roof was the bright face,
that had been the light of their declining days:
she was gone, â€”she had left them â€”the ob-
ject of so many yearsâ€™ solicitude, for whom
ON THE ROCK. 53
they had prayed and worked, and denied
themselves always comforts and ofttimes ne-
cessaries ; whose merry voice would have
cheered and consoled them in their later days,
whose gentle hands they had hoped would
close their eyes, was gone, â€”they knew not
where; but, with a heavy curse upon him,
Matthew named Herbert Everton, as the spoil-
er who had robbed them of their treasure.
The scene beneath that cottage roof, when
the old men were first convinced Mabel had
gone to return no more, was truly a sad one to
witness; the stern, inflexible Matthew, his
srief almost swallowed up in anger, paced up
and down the room through the whole night ;
never speaking but to utter imprecations upon
Mr. Everton, and reproaches upon Mabel,
whilst old John sat motionless in the same
seat, where he had first heard the tidings of
He might have been an image of stone, but
for the occasional tremulous sigh, and the large
tears which now and then stole down his
54 THE HOUSE
When they had first missed her, Matthew
had hurried down to Mrs. Warrenâ€™s, full of
his suspicions ; and he there learnt that Lady
Newbery and her daughters were leaving
almost immediately; that Mr. Everton had
gone on early in the morning; that she had
seen nothing of Mabel for some days, until
that very morning, quite early, when she had
passed hurriedly by with a small parcel, in the
direction of the neighboring town.
He gained no further information of her,
excepting from a woman, a stranger in the
place, who confirmed Mrs. Warrenâ€™s statement,
that at a very early hour she had met a young
girl, carrying a small parcel, going towards the
He returned with this scanty intelligence to
John, and asked what they should do ; but the
shock seemed to have paralyzed him, for he
made no answer, only put his hand to his
head, and looked up with a childish expression
in his old friendâ€™s face; and so Matthew, con-
vinced in his own mind of the fate of the poor
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girl, vowed bitterly, that the ruin she had
brought upon herself she should bear, and
would take no further steps to find her,
although her poor old father looked up piteous-
ly and asked him in touching accents to bring
him back his darling, or he should die.
The news of her loss soon spread through
the hamlet, and a thousand reports were afloat ;
some, more merciful than others, suggested that
she might have fallen from the cliff into the
sea; but the greater number shook their heads,
and said they thought no good would come of
her, for ever talking to that idle young man,
and that pretty faces were oftener a curse than
a blessing, and that they had always thought
how it would be. A few ascended the steep
cliff to condole with the old men, but Matthew
had closed and barred the door, and would
admit no one.
The night passed slowly for those two in
their bitter sorrow, and when the day at length
dawned, Matthew, utterly exhausted, flung
himself upon his bed, but John remained in
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the same position, gazing from the window
with a fixed and vacant stare. The day was
not many hours old, when a low tap at the
cottage door roused Matthew from a fitful
sleep, and looking from the window he roughly
demanded who was there. A little boy had
brought a letter for John Raby. Eagerly Mat-
thew snatched it from the lad, tore it open,
and with some difficulty making out a very
illegible scrawl, he read the following : â€”
â€˜Father, dear father, and uncle, donâ€™t be
unhappy about Mabel, and donâ€™t be angry
with her; she is only gone not to be a burden
to you, to try and get money for us all. I am
as happy as I can be away from you, only
afraid you are frightened about me; but donâ€™t
be, I am quite safe, getting money, and you
shall have it all, and I will come home when
I have got enough to keep us all. I shall
often write and tell you how I am, but not
where I am, because you would be angry.
Dear uncle and father, I am always your
loving child, Mabel.â€
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An enclosure had fallen on the ground ; it
was a couple of sovereigns: in a piece of paper.
Poor John burst into a passionate but refresh-
ing shower of tears, as he ejaculated again and
again, â€œ Thank God!â€ But on Matthewâ€™s
face was a smile of bitterness and contempt.
â€˜You will use that money ?â€ at length he
asked, when Johnâ€™s emotion had somewhat
â€œ Why not, Matthew ? oh! because of rob-
bing the dear child, bless her! but how can us
return it to her? We can lay it by, true, till
she do come home, but she â€™d like better to
know we'd used it, Matthew ? Thank God,
sheâ€™s safe, my precious child!â€
â€œ Safe!â€” Are you a fool, John, or mad ?
Where think you she got that money? How
is she earning it? Is it honest ? If so, why do
she fear to tell us? Vil starve, â€” I can starve ;
but I wonâ€™t buy food with the wages of her
For the first time Matthewâ€™s meaning flashed
upon the mind of the good, true, simple-hearted
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John. He rose from his chair, and fixing his
clear honest eyes upon Matthewâ€™s face, he said,
â€˜Tam old and feeble, Matthew, but had any
other man but you dared to say that against
my child, this right arm should have gathered
all the strength it has to lay him at my feet.
Call back those words, Matthew! Ask my
pardon and hers, my spotless child, or this day
I go out from here to beg my bread from door
to door, sooner than rest beneath the same roof
â€œJohn! I would not pain you, if I could
help it, and Heaven knows Iâ€™d sooner die than
accuse her wrongfully ; but tell me, if you can,
why she should fear to say where she be if she
were doing right. Eh! old friend? Iâ€™d sooner
have laid her young head in the grave than
thisâ€” than this!â€™?â€”and turning his head
aside, he dashed away the briny tears which
were gathering in his eyes, and then holding
out his hand, said, in a low interrupted voice,
â€˜John! letâ€™s not grow angry against each
other, â€” now â€” alone like this, â€” we must be
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more comfort to each other ; itâ€™s a sorrow we
share together ; you, her father, could scarce
love her better, â€” for John, I believe you never
knowâ€™d it; but in her face I saw again the
features of the only creature I ever loved â€”
her mother, â€” and when I tell you that our
Masterâ€™s son sought to take her from you,
as this villain has done our Mabel, and that
I, John, saved her, for, for you too, â€” you'll
for that service forgive the hard words I used
just now; and think Iâ€™ve some cause to be
suspicious of that rich and powerful set, who
use their riches but to destroy the poor and
With utter amazement had John listened to
this avowal from his friend, and at the con-
clusion of his speech could scarcely believe he
had heard aright, until Matthew had recounted,
with the faithful memory with which he re-
tained this period of his life, his love for Mabel
Graham, his struggles against it, and finally the
service he had rendered her.
â€œMy poor dear wife! and she never told me
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this, â€”nor you, Matthew â€”why hast never
â€œI thought you knowâ€™d, John, from her ;
â€˜twas that as hardened me so at first, to think
you I had served, should turn like that upon
me, â€” get me, by a false charge like that, sent
away without a character; as I thought to
drive me from her. Ah! I had bitter thoughts
when I left England, but I came home altered,
John, determined to forgive you and return
good for evil. The task was easy, when I
saw the child with the motherâ€™s face; and I
was happy to bring you here, more happy
though, old friend, when I heard you had never
wronged me, and Iâ€™d have died for you or for
her, if I could have served you: but sheâ€™s left
us, John, of her own free will, or sheâ€™d not
write as she do; weâ€™re poor and friendless ;
the rich man has taken away the â€˜ewe lamb,â€™
and we must be content without it; weâ€™ve
no money to buy justice, we must suffer
â€œNo! no! Matthew! The lamb may have
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strayed, but it is not lost, and it shall come
hoame, for I shaâ€™nt rest till it be found; think
you I can sleep in my bed, and not know really
whether Iâ€™ve a child I dare own or no? [ll
find her if she be above ground and know the
truth, and Iâ€™ll steake my loife, Matthew, you
haâ€™ judged her wrong. Great people be easy
enough to find, and Iâ€™ll have my child if she
be there; but sheâ€™s not, sheâ€™s working her
fingers to the bone somewhereâ€™s for you and
me, but sheâ€™s pure and honest as when she
left this house.â€
In a large room, built out from a house in
one of the fashionable squares in town, a group
of persons are assembled. â€˜The apartment
bears the appearance of an artistâ€™s studio ; long
windows reach nearly from the ceiling to the
ground, and across the lower panes the shutters
are closed, the walls are oak wainscot, and the
floor is also of polished oak ; a Turkey carpet
covers the middle of the room, and at the end
is a raised platform, on which lie a heap of
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shawls and a rich satin dress. Several paint-
ings are leaning against the walls, and a large
easel supports an unfinished picture ; casts of
hands and feet, vases filled with flowers, a
guitar with a broad blue ribbon attached to it,
a small lay figure, a Spanish hat with a sweep-
ing feather, books, a dagger with a silver hilt,
pipes, &c. are lying about in picturesque con-
fusion, and on a tiger-skin mat in front of the
fireplace, 1s extended a huge dog of the blood-
On the platform aforesaid, stands a girl ina
rich Persian costume, and before the easel is a
young man with a pallet and brushes in his
hand, contemplating the lovely model before
him ; seated near him is a young lady in deep
mourning, she holds some work in her delicate
white hands, but she is at present gazing alter-
nately at the model and the picture, as though
to ascertain if the artist has been successful in
his efforts to fix on his canvas the beautiful
features before him.
Â«J do not think the eyes are quite dark
enough, Herbert dear, do you?â€ she asked.
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â€œYes,â€ answered the young man, â€œ they
are dark enough, but the expression is differ-
ent; I shall never get it right, Iâ€™m afraid, but
I expect Maurice Leigh here presently, and he
can give me a few hints.â€
â€œ He did those busts of the Ladies Caroline
and Julia Freeling did he not?â€
â€œ Yes, and made excellent likenesses.â€
â€œWell, my dear Herbert, I cannot really
spare Mabel any longer, besides I am sure she
must be tired.â€
â€œ She shall rest,â€ said the young artist, â€œ if
she wishes, but you do not want her to go
just yet ; let her stay till Leigh comes, and then
she shall go directly. Are you tired, Mabel?â€
â€˜No Sir, not very,â€ answered the lovely
â€œWell, at any rate, you can rest for a little
while; you will find a seat close to you, and
Leigh will be here shortly.â€
The girl moved from her position on the
platform, the door opened and the artist ex-
claimed, â€œ Here he is,â€ as the person he had
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just named entered. â€œ Well, old fellow, how
Â«â€œ How dâ€™ye do? Good morning, Miss Ev-
erton. Do you often come and grace your
â€˜Oh, yes, Adelaide is very good, she comes
to cheer my solitude often ; I have been want-
ing you all the morning ; Leigh, I cannot get
on with this, look!â€? Leigh advanced towards
the picture, and as he did so his eye rested for
the first time on Mabel : he started and looked
inquiringly at Herbert.
â€œhat young person is kind enough to be
my model,â€ he said, answering his friendâ€™s
glance, â€” â€œâ€˜ but I am very stupid, I think, â€”
she has stood patiently to me for hours, and |
have got no further than this, and I am sure it
is not like her, is it?â€
His friend made no reply, but looked with
much earnestness, first in the face of the
beautiful girl, and then at the picture.
Whilst he is thus engaged I will pause to
describe him. He was tall and well formed,
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not handsome, but with large gray eyes that
had in them an unusual depth of feeling and
expression; his thin compressed lips spoke
determination, and his high expansive forehead
a powerful intellect ; he had a low and thrill-
ing voice, and a manner of saying the simplest
common-places, which made them remarks
worth listening to. He was a sculptor by
profession, but he loved Art in every shape,
and reverenced the beautiful) wherever he
could find it.
His father had been the son of very weal-
_ thy parents, but, by dissipation and reckless
squandering, he had made it necessary for
Maurice to work for his subsistence ; his
mother had died when he was yet young,
and, with many fears, had left him to the care
of such a father. But, strange enough, he be-
came the strictest, as well as the most judi-
cious guardian of his boy; and Maurice Leigh
had grown up to manhood, with a strong
hatred of those vices which had ruined his
father, and with a visionary and romantic dis-
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position, which suited well the profession he
had adopted, and kept him also frorn mixing
much in society. When in London, he was
always in his own studio, or those of his
brother artists; and in the country he would
wander away into the woods and most wild
and lonely places, caring for no companion,
save a dog or book. When he had suflicient-
ly examined the picture, he fixed his large
gray eyes again on the original for some mo-
ments, then, in a low voice, told Herbert of
the faults iw his work.
â€œAh! I see, thank you, thank you; I
wonâ€™t trouble you any more to-day, Mabel. I
am sure you have had enough of it.â€
â€œAh! thatâ€™s right, I want her,â€ said Miss
Everton. â€˜Come, Mabel,â€ and gathering up
her work, she left the room, followed by
As soon as the door was closed, Leigh
asked, â€˜â€˜ Who is that, Everton?â€
â€œOh! is she not lovely? Did you ever
see such a face ?â€
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â€œ Exquisitely beautiful,â€ answered Leigh,
in his calm voice, at variance with the enthu-
siastic words. m Â°
â€œWho is she?â€ again he asked.
Â«â€œ Why, itâ€™s a strange story, quite a romance.
You know, of course, that we were at the sea-
side, all of us, when
â€œYes, yes, I know,â€ interrupted his friend.
â€œWell, we found this girl that very unhappy
day, on the beach, looking for shells, and were
all struck with her beauty ; she saw the acci-
dent, and came afterwards two or three times
to inquire for the poor child. My sisters grew
interested in her, and I frequently, in my rest-
less moods, strolling on the beach, would stand
and talk to her. There was something in her
unusual beauty, and the simplicity of her na-
ture, that seemed to soothe the perturbation of
my mind, and day after day, so long as we re-
mained, I never missed an interview with my
humble and beautiful friend. One day she
came to me looking very sad, and told me that
the old men with whom she lived, her father
68 THE HOUSE
and uncle, were in dreadful distress; they
had scarcely food to eat, and it struck her that
to save them from the burthen of keeping her,
she would go out to service, and she had
thought that probably my sisters might want
a maid to wait on them. I promised to ask
them. The moment I mentioned it, they
were delighted ; they were about to part with
the maid they then had, and Adelaide, who is
mad about beauty, was charmed at the thought
of having Mabelâ€™s sweet face always beside
â€œThe girlâ€™s delight, when she heard she
was really to come, was extraordinary; she
only begged that nothing might be said about
it to any one in the village, and that she
might be allowed to meet the carriage in the
next town, and not go with my mother and
sisters from the house where we lodged ; of
course this was agreed to, although we knew
not her reason. She was punctual to her ap-
pointment, and we brought her to town; and
she is now Adelaideâ€™s sole and engrossing
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amusement; she is teaching her to read and.
write and work, and says her progress is won-
derful. My mother is willing to encourage
Adelaide in this hobby, as her distress at my
brotherâ€™s death had injured her health and
spirits so seriously, that the medical men said
that some amusement, which would take her
thoughts from herself, was the only thing to
cure her ; this does so effectually.â€
Â« A dangerous person to have in the house,
I think, for you, Herbert!â€
| â€œMy dear fellow, she is a fishermanâ€™s
Leigh made no answer, but taking up a
brush, made a few touches on the picture, and
then asked Herbert if he would come out
with him. He consented, but said he must
first go and dress. â€œYou will find some
books about, and can amuse yourself till I
come down, canâ€™t you?â€
â€œOh! yes, donâ€™t hurry yourself.â€
Herbert left the room, and Leigh, taking
up a pencil and a sheet of paper, began to
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draw. â€œBeautiful,â€ he thought, â€œYes, she is
beautiful! I have seen her face before some-
where. Why, yes. That picture in the lum-
ber-room. Iâ€™ll have it down, and look at it
again, â€”a singular resemblance, â€”I never be-
lieved any thing living could be so beautiful as
that picture: she looks amiable and good too,
â€”and they say clever. Pshaw!â€” what an
ass [ am.â€
He whistled an air, scratched through what
he had drawn, and, tearing the paper, began
again. â€˜*Humph, thatâ€™s not unlike her, what
on earth made me dothat? I used to think
Adelaide pretty, â€” good gracious, she looked
quite ugly to-day.â€
The door opened, and Mabel entered, car-
rying in her arms the gorgeous Persian dress,
which she had exchanged for one many de-
srees simpler, but far more becoming, a blue
muslin dress, exquisitely made, a black silk
apron, and her rich hair, covered by a very
coquettish little cap of white lace.
â€œI beg your pardon, Sir, I did not know
any one was here.â€
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â€œTt is of no consequence,â€ answered Leigh.
â€œ Allow me, that is too heavy for you,â€ he
continued. She was trying to lift with her
disengaged hand the lid of an oaken chest ;
he raised it for her; she deposited the dress
within it, and thanking him with a smile
which seemed to make sunshine in the room,
An hour or two afterwards, Maurice Leigh
was groping in a lumber-room, at the top of
his fatherâ€™s house, in search of a picture,
which he at length found, and, carrying it
down stairs, he seated himself in the first
chair he came to, and, carefully wiping away
with his handkerchief the dust that had gath-
ered upon it, he surveyed it with deep inter-
est. He was contemplating it so intently, and
so lost in thought, that he was quite unaware
that he was being watched, and was roused
from his meditations, at length, by a voice,
â€˜Well, Maurice, I hope you are amused.
What have you got there?â€
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â€˜My dear Sir! How you startled me!
Why, this picture I found in the loft; it is a
beautiful face, and very well painted. Who
As he spoke, he turned the picture towards
his father; the old man gave a slight start,
and said, â€”
â€œEh! Oh! I think that was a juvenile
effort of mine â€”I thought it had been de-
stroyed long ago. What do you want with
it? Iam sure it is of no use.â€
â€˜Tt is extremely well painted, Sir, â€” for
an amateur particularly. Was it from life or
â€œWell, I rather think it was a servant of
my motherâ€™s, or a country girl, or some one.
I used to be fond of sketching in those days.
Whatâ€™s the news? I have not read the paper
â€˜A servant of your motherâ€™s?â€ said Leigh,
too much engrossed with the picture to an-
swer his fatherâ€™s query. â€˜How very odd!
I have seen a girl this morning extraordinarily
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â€˜You have! Where?â€ asked his father,
â€˜At Lady Newberyâ€™sâ€”she is a protegÃ©e
of Miss Evertonâ€™s.â€ For some reason, for
which he could scarcely account himself, he
did not say ladyâ€™s maid.
â€œIndeed!â€ answered Mr. Leigh; â€œ protegee,
â€”an orphan? What is she? Where does
she come from?â€
Â«From some place near the sea where Lady
Newbery has been staying. Shall I put this
picture back in the lumber-room, Sir? It
seems a pity to hide it, I think.â€
â€œ Oh yes, put it away by all means ; I canâ€™t
have such rubbish about. [ ought to call at
Lady Newberyâ€™s, Maurice. [ have not been
since the boy died.â€
â€œYes, Sir!â€ replied his son, abstractedly,
and rising from his chair, still gazing at the
picture, he walked out of the room, and up to
his own, and in a large closet he carefully de-
posited the painting, locked the door, and put
the key in his pocket.
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The next morning he received the follow-
ing note from Herbert : â€” :
â€˜Dear Leigh, â€” My mother is, as I expected,
already tired of London, (we have been here a
week to-day,) and we start therefore for Home-
wood to-morrow. I have siven her fair warn-
ing, however, that I cannot live in that place
without plenty of visitors; to begin with, I
shall expect you â€˜to pack up your tatters,â€™ and
come down immediately. No excuses, you
like the country; I can promise you some
shooting, and lots of beer if you are that way
disposed, â€” or painting, poetry and sentiment,
if you like that better; but come and save
from suicide or insanity,
â€˜Lady Newbery and her family leave town
to-morrow, Sir!â€ said Leigh, flinging the note
across the breakfast table to his father, â€œ So if
you are going to call, it must be to-day. I
will go with you, if you like, and answer in
person this invitation.â€
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â€œVery well, certainly. What time?â€
â€˜Between three and four, Sir, I think.â€
â€˜â€˜T will be ready,â€ and the old man was so,
to the moment. When they reached their
destination and were admitted by the burly
porter, Maurice said he should go at once to
his friendâ€™s studio. The old man had of
course asked for Lady Newbery, and was
shown up stairs.
A loud â€œ Come in,â€ told that Herbert was at
home and engaged in his favorite | occupation.
Maurice took advantage of the permission and
entered the room, and his eyes at once sought
the platform; but there wasno model there to-
day, and with a half-feeling of disappointment .
he turned them ayvay.
â€˜Well, old fellow, you got my note,â€ was
Herbertâ€™s first salutation.
â€œYes, and I shall be delighted to come.â€
â€œ"Thatâ€™s a good boy â€”Iâ€™m glad to hear it.
My poor mother cannot get over the childâ€™s
death at all, and she says London is so noisy,
and she wants to get away somewhere and be
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quiet, and she likes to have us all with her. I
hate the country except just at Christmas, with
a house full of people. I never know what to
do with myself. I[ miss this jolly room, too,
dreadfully : however, I shall get on better when
one or two more good fellows come down.
Do you like shooting ?â€
â€œVery well: â€™'m not much of a sportsman.â€
â€˜â€˜Tâ€™m a wonderful hand at missing the birds,
I donâ€™t know any one who can do it better,â€
said Herbert, laughing; â€œ but I always go out
with a gun, because itâ€™s something to do.â€
â€˜. Have you got on better with your portrait
since yesterday ?â€â€™ asked Maurice.
â€˜Portrait? On! of Mabel, you mean. Yes,
rather better, but I donâ€™t think itâ€™s like her
â€˜Â¢ Where is it?â€
â€˜Oh, down there, Leigh, under the Scotch
terrier. Is not that a capital little chap? It
belongs to Hamilton of the Guards.â€
â€œOh! yes it is like, though! I should
know it any where.â€
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â€œShould you? Have you seen the dog
â€˜It is very singular, and the name the same
too,â€ continued Maurice, half aloud; â€˜there is
some curious coincidence in this.â€
â€œWhat areâ€™ you muttering about there,
man?â€ asked Herbert, as he looked round the
easel at his friend. â€œOh youâ€™ve got Mabelâ€™s
picture, â€”I thought it was the dogâ€™s. So you
think it more like, do you?â€â€™
â€˜Yes, much more. How very odd her
name should be Mabel. There is a picture at
our house, the very image of this, and on the
back of it is the name of Mabel: my father
says he made the sketch, but forgets who it
was; he thinks some servant of my motherâ€™s.
Is this Mabelâ€™s mother living ?â€
â€˜Pm sure I donâ€™t know, I think not; I only
hear her speak of her uncle and father; but
really this is becoming interesting and roman-
tic; it will be something to think of and talk
of in the country. Bring your picture with
you, weâ€™ll compare them, and trot out Mabel,
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and make her tell us her birth, parentage and
â€˜It is very odd,â€ said Maurice thoughtfully.
â€˜Is your Governor here?â€ asked Herbert.
â€œYes, he isâ€”a fact I had almost forgotten.
I must go up and see after him. Will you
â€˜Yes, I donâ€™t mind. The girls are up Stairs,
I dare say.â€â€™.
They ascended to the drawing-room, where
they found Lady Newbery and the young
ladies with Mr. Leigh. They were discussing,
with some animation, the propriety of ladies
having pet dogs.
â€œTf you could see my little Floss you would
make an exception in his favor, Mr. Leigh, I
am sure,â€ said Adelaide, â€œhe is such a darling.
Ring the bell, Helen dear, and we will have
â€œâ€œAsk Mabel to be good enough to bring
Floss, Johnson,â€ she said, when the servant
answered the summons.
â€œIT can quite understand any one loving a
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dog,â€ said Maurice; â€˜they are the most love-
able of all animals. One I once had could do
all but speak ; I am sure he perfectly under-
stood all I said to him, and would have been
delighted to answer me if he could. I would
rather have a dog, with the mute eloquence of
its honest eyes, for my companion, than many
â€œThey are treacherous and uncertain,
though, sometimes,â€ said Herbert.
â€œThere are different dispositions in 1 dogs as
well as human beings,â€ answered Maurice ;
â€œthere isa kind of light clear eye that I dis-
trust in men and animals alike, and I would
neither make a pet or a friend of the brute or
man that possessed it.â€
â€œOh! here is my pet,â€ said Adelaide spring-
ing from -her seat as the door opened, and
Mabel entered, bearing in her arms a Skye
terrier, whose long hair was like silk ; its bright
black eyes shining out from amongst it like
diamonds. â€œ Thereâ€™s an innocent darling,â€ she
said, snatching him from Mabelâ€™s arms, and
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holding him up to Mr. Leigh, â€œheâ€™s de best of
dood dogs, isâ€™nt he?â€ she continued, burying
. the little animalâ€™s cold nose in her soft white
throat, her long dark curls falling over its back,
contrasting well with the dogâ€™s white glossy
coat. Mr. Leigh made some answer, but not
a very distinct one, and his eyes appeared
riveted, not on the dog, but on Mabel.
Maurice was the only person in the room,
however, who noticed his fatherâ€™s abstraction,
and he managed to conceal it, by talking a
great deal and very fast about the dog; and
then rising suddenly, spoke of some appoint-
ment at four oâ€™clock that his father must keep,
and so they took their leave,
â€œWell, Mabel, how goes on the packing ?â€
said Lady Newbery.
â€˜â€˜ Very well, my Lady, thank you,â€ answered
Mabel, â€œit is nearly finished.â€
â€˜â€˜ Miss Everton has told you, you are to Z0
with us to-morrow, and not with the ser-
â€œYes, my Lady.â€
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â€œYou may take the dog up to my room,
Mabel, â€”I am coming up there presently; and
when you have done packing you must come
â€œThank you, Miss, but Iam so much trouble
â€˜Â¢ Nonsense, child, trouble ! â€” it amuses me
â€˜You are all so good, I shall never be able
to thank you;â€ and poor Mabelâ€™s beautiful
eyes filled with tears.
â€œDo not cry, then,â€ said Helen, smiling
kindly, â€˜but run away now and finish your
packing. Go, Floss, go, Sir, with Mabel, di-
rectly,â€ said Adelaide, as the dog laid down
on the floor, and rolled over to be patted ; evi-
dently either unlike the dog Maurice had been
speaking of, who understood all that had been
said to him, or else a very naughty disobedient
animal, for he only rolled over and over, and
fawned on his mistress, and licked her hand,
and wagged his tail, and did every thing, in
short, but follow Mabel; till at length Ade-
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laide, in despair, took him up in her arms, and
carried him away herself.
At an early hoÃ©ur the next morning, the
house was deserted by all but the porter and
an under-housemaid ; the chandeliers were no
longer to flirt with the sunbeams, though a
stray one might come through the half-closed
shutters, for they were to be tied up in bags ;
the few remaining purblind flies would no
longer skait upon the mirrors, for they were to
be covered with cloth; the moth, too, would
not luxuriate in the curtains, for they were to
be beaten from their strongholds in the folds,
and the rich damask pinned up in linen; the
dust was not to have a chance with the car-
pets, for they were to be shaken, and rolled
up in one corner of the room; the miniature
fountains in the conservatory were no longer
to play; and, in short, there was to be a total
cessation from business or pleasure, in Lady
Newberyâ€™s town mansion.
The old porter thought he was reading the
newspaper, but he only dreamt he was, when
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a loud ring at the hall-bell disturbed his slum-
bers. â€˜What does that mean?â€ he said,
drowsily; â€œno one of any consequence, at
this hour; so he took off his large silver spec-
tacles, and rubbed his eyes and his knees,
before he rose from his chair to answer the
noisy summons, and then partially opening
one batten of the door, he peeped out. On
the steps stood an old weather-beaten man,
dressed in a blue jersey frock, and glazed hat,
with a red handkerchief tied about his throat;
his shoes and stockings covered with dust, as
though he had come a long journey, strangely
unlike the visitors to whom the door was ac-
customed to be opened. â€˜The porter stared at
him in wonderment, and then said, â€˜ Well,
what is it?â€
â€˜â€˜ Be this Lady Newberyâ€™s?â€ asked the stran-
â€œWhy â€” yes.â€
â€˜â€˜ Be her Ladyshipâ€™s son at home?â€
â€˜No, they donâ€™t any of them â€˜be > at home.â€
â€˜Will they be in soon?â€
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â€œIn soon? No, the family is away, out of
town, my man. What is it? if youâ€™ve got a
letter I can forward it. Where do you come
â€˜Out of town, deary me!â€™ â€” and the poor
old man sighed heavily.
â€˜You seem tired ; have you come a long
way ? Would you like to rest?â€
â€˜No, thank you. What be the name of the
country-place, and how does us get to it?â€
â€˜The nameâ€™s Homewood, and its down in
Derbyshire, and you goes by the railroad ; but
what do you want?â€
â€˜â€˜T want to see the young gentleman.â€
â€˜â€™ Well, I tell you heâ€™s out of town, and all
parcels and letters and messages are left with
me, and I forward them.â€
â€œT wants to speak to the young gentleman.
Never mindâ€”TIâ€™ll go down in the country
â€”I feels bewildered here.â€
â€˜Take a seat and rest yourself, old man.â€
â€˜Noa, noa, thank you. Ill go on â€” Good
morrow.â€ And, turning slowly away, the old
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man walked down the flight of steps, and the
burly porter resumed his newspaper, and
thought no more of the weary stranger who
had disturbed him.
A day or two only passed, after the familyâ€™s
arrival at Homewood, before Maurice Leigh
made his appearance, and Herbert, who had
already felt terribly â€˜â€œ bored,â€ was delighted
to see him. It was glorious weather, fresh
breezes morning and evening, and a bright
glowing sunshine in the day ; making it warm
enough to sit beneath the trees in the park, or
under the weeping ash on the lawn, whose
graceful branches swept the sround, the thick
foliage rendering a seat beneath a perfect se-
â€œ What a paradise you have here, Her-
bert!â€ said Leigh, as they wandered about
the grounds, soon after his arrival.
â€œYes, it is very pretty, small, but in good
taste, isâ€™nt it?â€
â€œIn perfect taste; that bit of wild nature in
the park is charming.â€
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â€˜Yes, [like that. My father had some idea
of grubbing up all that heath, and making it
all level, and I donâ€™t know what, but the girls
and I begged so hard to have it left, that he
consented. My father is quite anti-sentiment,
â€”a sort of practical man; he wishes to turn
every thing to account, and I believe would
like to plant his lawn with turnips, for he
thinks turf and roses a cruel waste of good
land. What are you looking at?â€
â€˜â€˜T see some figures amongst the trees there.
Are they your sisters? I have not yet made
my obeisance to them.â€
â€˜Â¢[ dare say it is Adelaide and Mabel. Oh!
yes, it is. By the way, did you bring the
â€œYes, I did.â€
â€˜Tet us go and meet them ;â€ and they hur-
ried forward. Adelaide first caught sight of
them, and throwing the scissors, with which
she was cutting some fiowers, into a basket
Mabel was carrying, she advanced towards the
gentlemen. Leigh spoke to her with all polite-
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ness, but, in spite of himself, his eye wandered
to the lovely girl standing at some little dis-
tance, who looked a perfect picture, with the
large wicker basket on her arm, filled with
Autumnâ€™s richest flowers; her own sweet face
he thought the-fairest flower of all. Mabel
had altered much since first Adelaide had
called Herbertâ€™s attention to her on the beach ;
she had then, in her clean, but coarse clothing,
formed a pretty object, but now, though still
as lovely, her appearance was altered. The
rich masses of her dark brown hair were now
parted in smooth braids over her forehead, and
she wore a small lace cap, which so improves
and softens a young and beautiful face. Her
dress, though only of cotton, was well made,
and showed to advantage her excellent figure ;
and, as she stood there, with her basket of 7
flowers on her arm, Maurice gazed at her till
he forgot the information accorded him by
Herbert, that she was only a fishermanâ€™s
â€˜Do not let us disturb your interesting em-
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ployment, Miss Everton, I shall be delighted
to assist you, I am ready armed ; â€ and he drew
from his pocket a clasp-knife.
â€œThank you, then you may help me. I
want enough for the drawing-rooms, and
mammaâ€™s boudoir; we like to see the flowers
in the rooms as long as we can,â€”they are
almost gone though, now.â€ |
â€˜Yes, but those that are left are quite as.
beautiful as the summer flowers, I think, the
coloring is so rich. See here! What a per-
fect dahlia! Shall I cut that?â€ |
â€œOh! yes, if you please, it is a very fine
one â€” here, Mabel, the basket.â€
Mabel advanced and held the basket fo. the
dahlia. Maurice threw it in, and as he did so
he raised his eyes to her face. Something 1n
â€˜their glance sent a glow of crimson to her very
brow, and she turned quickly away. Maurice,
Herbert, and his sister, walked on picking the
flowers and gaily talking, and Mabel loitered
far behind, uttering occasionally a low sigh.
â€œOh! Leigh, I wish you would show Ade-
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laide your picture,â€”the one like Mabel, I
mean, when you go in.â€
â€˜â€˜Yes,â€â€™? answered Leigh.
â€˜A picture like Mabel!â€ said Adelaide, â€œTI
should like to see that. 'Thereâ€™s mamma, and
dear good Helen, who has been with her all
the morning; I really must go and relieve
guard; you will excuse me, Mr. Leigh ;â€ and
calling to Mabel to take the scissors, she flew
off to Lady Newbery and Helen. The former
was being wheeled about the garden in an
invalid chair; Helen walked by her side, Ade-
laide joined them, and they proceeded down
â€œShall I ask Mabel about her mother, now,
Leigh?â€ said Herbert.
â€œEh? Yes, if you like.â€
â€˜Mabel, Mabel, come here one moment,
will you? I want to speak to you before you go
in. Have you a mother living?â€
â€œOh! no Sir, my mother has been dead,
many, many years.â€
â€˜Do you remember her?â€
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â€˜CA little, Sir, very little.â€
â€œHumph! Should you know her if you
were to see her?â€
_ â€œBless me! I donâ€™t mean thatâ€”I donâ€™t
suppose you would now,â€”I mean, do you
remember her face well enough to know a
likeness of her if you saw one?â€
â€œNo, I scarcely think I should, Sir.â€
During the whole of this questioning, Leigh
had stood with his eyes riveted upon her face ;
she felt them upon her, and the color went
and came rapidly whilst she answered Herbert.
â€œDo you know where your mother was
born? or where she lived as a girl?â€
â€˜My mother and father lived at a place
called Hartley Dell in Hertfordshire, Sir, and
I think my mother was born there.â€ |
â€œHartley Dell! then it must be,â€ said Leigh;
â€˜it is very odd, but I think a portrait of your
mother has fallen into my possession. You
would like to see it, would you not?â€ asked
Leigh very kindly. Mabel had answered
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Herbert with the utmost quietness and uncon-
cern, but a murmured almost inaudible â€œ Yes,â€
was all her answer to Leigh.
â€œCome then, into the library,â€ said Herbert,
â€˜â€˜and Mr. Leigh will show it to youâ€”come
Leigh;â€ and the trio proceeded to the house.
That night when the household had retired
to rest, one alone remained waking. On the
table in his own room Maurice had placed the
picture; he had drawn a chair before it and was
gazing earnestly at it. What thoughts were.
busy in his brain, how many airy castles was
he building, dcomed as they mostly are to
destruction. His romantic disposition had now
full scope for exercise. It was not a mere
painted canvas which he saw, but a living
breathing woman, a true simple-hearted loving
woman, whose radiant eyes were beaming
with tenderness for him; whose small hands
he held in both of his, as he opened fresh
stores of thought and knowledge to her untu-
tored mind. He could hear the exclamations of
wonder, the innocent artless questions falling
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from those rich red lips, and then the dream
vanished, and he was only gazing at a picture.
â€œThis is folly,â€ he said, rising from his
seat, â€˜but she is an intelligent creature, and I
could imagine no dearer task than educating
this beautiful girl. There is a mind beaming
out of her face, which would well repay the
trouble of cultivating; there was so much
thought in her expression as she looked at the
picture. It must have been her mother, the
likeness is very strong, but Mabel is far the
most beautiful. Well, this is all folly,â€ again
he said, â€œI must try and sleep.â€ The picture
was carefully put away, and the young man
was soon sleeping and dreaming of a bright
The evenings are growing colder and colder,
the winds more rough and wintry, wave after
wave comes dashing on the shore ; the sky is
heavy with lead-colored clouds and a small,
fine rain is falling: this weather has continued
for some days, and still there seems no chance
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of its clearing. The sun is setting now, but its
light is pale and watery ; no rich red glow gives
fair promise of a brighter day to-morrow, no
hope can be gathered from that sickly gleam
of light : the fishermen come to their doors, and
shading their eyes with their hands, look out
upon the sunset, and shaking their heads go
back into their homes, saying, â€œMore dirty |
weather by the look onâ€™t.â€
Hour after hour, unmindful of wind or rain,
one figure has been seen pacing the sea-shore
with long strides, till it tired even those who
watched it. It is an old man, strong and vigo-
rous, and yet he seems bowed by some weight
of care, more than by the years which have
turned his locks to gray; the daylight fades,
the wind grows more tempestuous, the sea
comes in more roughly as the tide rises, but
still that lone figure walks backwards and. for-
wards on the shore, every now and then wetted
by the spray from some white crested wave,
yet heeding nothing, seeming to see nothing,
still continuing to pace that desolate shore.
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At length, when night has really set in, he
walks to the rock and climbs the steep steps,
and entering the little cottage he closes the
door, and the poor neighbors who have watch-
ed him can see him no longer; but One to
whom night and day are alike, whose eye
pierces the darkness, to-whom the secrets of
all hearts are known, sees and knows the
suffering of that worn and anxious spirit, and
in His never-failing mercy sends him sleep,
and, for the time, forgetfulness.
Poor Matthew, â€” since the day John had
started to seek his child, he could not rest
beneath the roof where they had all once been
so happy ; he would have no fire, no light, but .
wandered unceasingly by the sea-shore, only
going in at bed-time, taking what little nourish-
ment he wanted upon the beach. Still believ-
ing Mabel guilty, he was grieved that his old
friend should have left him to seek her, and
the bright light which had dawned on his
heart vanished with Mabel, and the bitter
feelings that had been so long nourished there,
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returned with their old force ; for again he saw
in the higher classes, the proud.and overbear-
ing enemies of the poor, and again he felt his
old thirst for vengeance upon those who had so
grievously wronged him. Â©
Old John could not Â«rite, so there was no
hope of hearing from him; but a day or two
after he left, a letter came for him, which, on
opening, Matthew discovered was from Mabel,
enclosing some more money. Angrily Matthew
dashed both aside, ejaculating â€” â€˜â€˜ No, no, Vil
starve first! Then her father has not found
herâ€”itâ€™s all over, weâ€™ve no child now!â€ And
covering his face with his hands, he rocked
himself backwards and forwards, in an agony
of mind too deep for words.
Could an observer have seen the way in
which the two old men passed that night, the
contrast would have been a strange one to con-
template. Raby was lying on a small bed ina
cottage in Derbyshire, having been found ex-
hausted by fatigue and want of food, by a
laborer who bore him kindly to his own home,
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and with that self-denying charity so often
found amongst the poor, had shared with him
his supper, and given him his bed.
Disappointed at his unsuccessful efforts to
find his child in London, and yet unwilling
to give up the search, he had travelled down
to Derbyshire and walked many weary miles
in the direction of Homewood, till he could
proceed no further; but his patience, his hope,
~had not deserted him; he felt if his strength
would- only last out, he should reach Home-
wood, and there hear tidings of his child, if
not see her. He still believed in her purity
and innocence â€”he knew that he had instilled
into her young mind the principles of right and
wrong, had taught her to trust with a firm and
unshrinking faith the Giver of all good, to
believe in his sure protection, while her best
efforts were directed to well-doing, and to rely
upon his never-failing promises ; â€˜she knew,â€
he thought, â€œthat with the temptation there is
a way given to escape,â€ â€” and she will seek
that way, I am sure. I do not fear for her,
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save that she may be working too hard ; per-
haps sheâ€™s gone servant to those foin folk, and
theyâ€™re koind and good to her, I dare say ;
God will bless her and take care of her wher-
ever she be.â€ .
Before he slept, he drew from his sacle: a
Bible, which hignew friend perceiving, begged
him to read aloud, and with difficulty, by the
light of a rush candle, he read if his weak
trembling voice a chapter, whilst the rough
laborer sat in silent attention by the bedside,
drinking in each word which fell from the old
manâ€™s lips ; .then closing the volume, Raby fell
asleep, and dreamed he was in the House on
the Rock with his child beside him.
The next morning when he strove to rise,
poor John found he was unable; a raging
thirst distressed him, and violent pains in his
limbs and head, â€”a faintness seized him on
his first attempt to move. â€œ Well,â€ he said to
his new friend, â€” â€œitâ€™s no use, I canâ€™t move,
I can go no more to seek her, but God will
send my child to me, I know He will.â€ Ina
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few moments John spoke no more sensibly,
but talked on in a low voice, unceasingly, a
_ string of incoherent sentences. Very much
alarmed and distressed, the poor laborer fetched
â€œa woman from a neighboring cottage to stay
with John while he ran to the Rector, â€”
doctor, they had none, in thatesmall village, â€”
for advice and assistance. â€˜The good clergy-
man came directly, and having prescribed some
simple remedy, he asked all particulars con-
cerning him. The man told him all that he
knew: â€œThat the invalid had lost his daughter,
and fancied she was at Homewood ; that he
was striving to reach that place, but was too
exhausted to get further ; a name was written
in his Bible which probably was his daughterâ€™s,
â€” Mabel Raby.â€
â€˜â€˜ A curious story,â€ said Mr. Clifford, â€œI will
zo myself to Homewood, and inquire if they
know any thing of this girl and her father,
Poor old man !â€”over-fatigue has done this.
Keep him very quiet, give him the medicine,
and I will return here direct from Lord New-
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beryâ€™s. I will ask my wife to send up some-
thing for your dinner, and a little arrow-root
for the old man:â€ and giving him â€˜some
money, Mr. Clifford departed on his kind
There was a small party dining at Home-
wood, some of those stately, dull, rich, uncom-
fortable people, who are obliged to be invited
by those who have estates in the country.
Two slim spare men with large stout wives,
and tall fair daughters; a bride and bridegroom,
the former a wealthy heiress, the latter with a
title in prospective; an M. P., and the guests in
the house made up the party. The ladies have
left the dining-room early on Lady NewbÃ©ryâ€™s
account, for to her dinner is a fatiguing cere-
mony, and she is glad to lie down on her couch
away from the clatter of tongues and fumes of
savory dishes. I believe there are few things
men like more than a dinner-party, and women
less. The young ladies had drawn on their
gloves and prepared for a start, even long be- .
fore Lady Newbery had moved; and now
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ensconced amongst the down cushions on
the drawing-room sofas, they were discussing
music, crochet, dress and flirtations, â€” subjects
far more to their taste than politics, hunting,
and shooting, which had formed the principal
topics of conversation at the dinner-table.
In a room far from any at present occupied
by the guests, simply and neatly furnished, sat
Mabel Raby. The expression of her face im-
plied perplexity ; she had writing materials
before her and had begun a letter, but she was
now pausing as though uncertain how to con-
â€˜Â¢ What shall Ido?â€™ she thought. â€˜I ought
to leave here, and yet after all their kindness
what can I say? I cannot go home to be a
burden again to my father and uncle. How
silly of me ever to have left them at all. What
shall I do?â€ again she said. |
A loud ring of the bell at the hall-door star-
tled her from her depth of thought. She rose,
and drawing aside the blinds, she looked out.
The evening was too dark to see any thing,
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and with a sigh she said, â€œ Well, it is no one
for me,â€ and returned to the table ; but still she
could not help an unusual amount of curiosity
as to who so late a visitor could be. She
heard a footstep in the gallery and opened her
door, but started suddenly back as she re-
cognised Maurice Leigh. â€˜ Donâ€™t shut the
door, Mabel, I want a light, if you please,â€â€™
he said, in his own peculiarly tender and re-
spectful voice. Mabel went back and lighted
a candle which she brought him. He took it,
thanked her, and went away along the gallery
to the room he occupied ; she listened till his
footsteps ceased and he had closed his door,
then returned to her writing, when a servant
came to tell her that Miss Everton wanted to
speak to her directly in her own room. You
can imagine, perhaps, the intelligence Miss
Everton had to communicate. Mr. Clifford
had driven over to Homewood as soon as he
could after seeing the poor old man, and re-
questing to see Lord Newbery, explained to
him his errand. It was of course imparted to
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Adelaide, and it remained for her to reveal to
her protegÃ©e the state her father was in.
Poor Mabel!â€” with many bitter tears she
heard these tidings, and then told Adelaide her
motive for keeping her father and uncle in
ignorance of her position.
â€œMy dear Mabel, that was very silly of you,
but you did it for the best, I am sure, and it is
useless to regret it now; your efforts must be
directed to repairing this error of judgment.
Mr. Clifford will see you safely to your father ;
le has kindly offered to drive you over. Stay
with him of course, till he is well, and then if
you can obtain his consent come back to me.â€
Slipping some money into her hand, Miss
Everton wished her kindly good bye, and in a
quarter of an hour Mabel, seated beside the
good Mr. Clifford, was going along at a rapid
pace to the village where her poor father lay.
When Maurice Leigh returned to the draw-
ing-room, Mabelâ€™s departure, and in short her
history formed the topic of conversation.
â€œGone!â€ he said, â€˜â€œâ€˜ What, gone for good ?â€
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â€˜â€˜T have asked her to return,â€™â€™? answered
Adelaide, â€œif her friends will allow her; but
that seems a question.â€â€™
Leigh turned away, and took up a book of
prints lying on the table, and spoke but little
more all that evening.
It was a long drive to the village where poor
John was, and on the way Mr. Clifford took
upon him the privilege of his office, and talked
seriously to Mabel ; he told her what a mistake
it was to do wrong that right might come, and
how seldom if ever the end was answered.
â€˜You left home without the knowledge, sanc-
tion, or advice of your natural protector, of
that father whom by Godâ€™s command you
should honor, and the consequences may be
â€œOh! Sir, donâ€™t say so,â€™ said the sobbing
Mabel, â€œthey are so poor, they stinted them-
selves for me, it made me wretched. I knew if
I had asked them, they would not have let me
leave, much more to go and live at Lady New-
beryâ€™s. Uncle has such a hatred against such
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_ people, what could I do? And they have been
0 good to me and to them; twice already
Miss Everton has given me money to send
them, and I was so happy each time, thinking
how they would spend it, and how happy it
would make them.â€
â€œTI know, my good girl,â€ answered Mr.
Clifford, â€˜â€œâ€˜ your motives were excellent, but
we have one straight road given us to follow;
the way is narrow, but it leads to happiness:
let no inducement cause you to stray from it.
There are broad and tempting paths by which
we may walk in apparent safety, but trust
them not; hold fast by your duty, and your
first is that which you owe to God, â€” in the
faithful performance of that you will violate
Mabel listened to and thanked him for his
good counsel, and, during the long hours of
that night, as she sat by the bedside of her
unconscious father, and*heard his ravings
about her, she felt the full force of all her good
friend had told her, and wished again and
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again she had struggled on in the old way,
that she might still have seen her father well
and happy by her side. Towards morning,
John ceased talking, and fell into a peaceful
slumber, which Mr. Clifford, when he came,
pronounced as a favorable symptom, and or-
dered Mabel to keep out of sight, that her
presence might not over-excite him on awak-
ing, promising himself to stay beside him and
break the news of her arrival to him. Mabel
employed the time, therefore, in writing to
her uncle, telling him of her fatherâ€™s illness,
and that she would return home with him as
soon as he could be moved.
After a long sleep John awoke, and his first
word was â€œMabel.â€
â€œShe is here,â€ said Mr. Clifford, gently.
â€˜Shall I tell her you want her?â€
â€œ Yes, I want her,â€™ said the poor old man ;
â€œwhy doant she come ?â€â€™
Mr. Clifford called her, and, with a beating
heart, Mabel obeyed the summons.
â€˜â€œ Ah! dear child, there you be. How long
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youâ€™ve been â€”very long; uncle was so fright-
ened about â€™ee, but I warnt. .Oh! no, I knew
thou wert safe enough, and would come hoame
to your poor old father. What a calm sea,
I scarce can hear the waves â€”bless you, my
child, doant stay so long again!â€ and, hold-
ing fast by her hand, he fell off to sleep.
Winter has set in with all its rigor, earlier
than usual ; there are hard frosts at night, and
cold fogs; the sea is rough and murky, the
wind bleak and high, but in the House on the
Rock there is a bright fire burning, and its
light gleaming through the window is like the
light of hope in a desolate heart. Once more
the trio are united ;â€”seated on a low stool
between the two old men, is once again their
darling child. John is supported in an arm-
chair, with pillows, looking weak and ill, but
very happy; Matthew is holding one of Ma-
belâ€™s hands, and on his face is an expression
of half-shame, half-pleasure.
_ Mabel is looking very beautiful, but rather
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sad; she is telling her uncle all their adven-
tures ; she is dilating with all the warmth of a
grateful heart on the kindness she received at
Homewood ; and it is this which has shamed
Matthew, as he recollects all the injustice he
had been guilty of.
â€œAnd then, uncle,â€ she continued, â€œ what
a friend we found in Mr. Clifford, â€”he let us
want for nothing whilst father lay ill, and the
moment he could be moved, drove us to the
station, and paid our fare the whole way; Â»
every body has been good to us, â€” the poor
laborer taking father in at first, and then hav-
ing us both at his cottage. Oh! who can say
there is no goodness in the world? We must
never say so, must we, uncle? And that
sweet Miss Everton, she was so kind, always
wanting me to take money to send you; I
shall never know how to thank her, nor toâ€”
show her my gratitude; and the pains she
took to teach me too â€”a young lady like that
giving up so many amusements, devoting her
whole time to me. Oh! they have all been
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â€˜Donâ€™t talk about it, Mabel, it shames me â€”
it shames me too, when I look at her innocent
face, John, and at you, for if Iâ€™d been less
hard-judging, Mabel would never have left us
loike she did. I scarce can look at either of
you; but you forgive me, old friend, donâ€™t
â€œYes, yes, Matthew, it was all your love
for us, I know that.â€
â€˜â€œ Ah! no one on earth can tell what I felt
when I see her come up them steps last night ;
first the sort of shock to see her so suddenly,
then the wish to hold her to my heart, and
then the bitter feeling that she was not wor-
thy; and I tried to look stern at her, â€” but
she threw her arms round me, and she kissed
me loike she used as a baby child; and then,
John, I thought I should haâ€™ died of joy, â€” for
I knew she was as good as when she left us,
or she would not have done that.â€
Through the heavy mass of gray clouds
that had covered the sky all day, there now
broke forth a red light from -the setting sun,
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and streamed into the small room, lighting up
each pane of glass, tinging the whole heavens
with a rich glow of crimson. John turned
round, and pointing towards it, said, in his
low, weak voice, â€”
Â« At the evening time it shall be lightâ€ â€”
and then, with a bright smile at his child, he
kissed her forehead, and asked her to help him
to bed, for he was tired. |
Yes! the oil in the lamp was failing fast.
Never possessing any robust health, the severe
exertion and excitement he had undergone
had been too much for him, and his strength
failed him more each day, yet, as he grew
weaker, he seemed happier; there was a joy-
ous, almost triumphant expression in his face,
as of one, who, having run a long and weari-
some race, felt himself approaching the goal.
No one could receive more attention and affec-
tionate solicitude than he did from his daugh-
ter and his friend; their whole thoughts were
devoted to him. As he was far too weak to
get down the cliff, they would help him out
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to the door, during the occasional gleams of
sunshine in the day, and, supporting him be-
tween them, would watch anxiously the effect
which the pure beautiful sea breeze might
have upon him; but there was no lasting good
_ derived, he was evidently sinking fast, and a
fortnight after he had returned home, hold-
ing his friendâ€™s hand, and with his head on
his childâ€™s shoulder, he slept the sleep which
knows no waking ;â€”no more struggling with
poverty, no more looking back upon the past,
or thinking for the future, but the rest, the
eternal peace and rest, that his whole life of
unexampled faith had purchased for him.
Matthewâ€™s grief was silent, but it was deep
and lasting; he drew Mabel from the body,
â€˜and let her weep upon his shouldÃ©r, but he
neither spoke nor wept himself,
In the midst of their first sorrow, Mabel
received a kind letter from Miss Everton,
_expressing how much she missed her, and
wished her back again, and begging to know
if she meant to return. Through her tears
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she glanced at the lonely man by her side, and
instantly resolved that no temptation should
take her from him. â€˜The money Miss Ever-
ton had given her, served to bury her father ;
and little as they mixed with their poor neigh-
bors, still a long train of them followed good
old John to his last resting-place, weeping: for
sympathy with the beautiful mourner, and
offering all in their limited power of assistance
and comfort to her and her uncle.
It was over!â€”there were only two now
beneath the cottage roof, but the spirit of old
John appeared not to have deserted it, but
still influenced for their good those whom he
had left behind, â€” more even than when he
Matthew was far more gentle, kinder than
ever to Mabel; striving to amuse her and wean
her from her sorrow; speaking often of Miss
Everton and her kindness; leading Mabel to
praise her, and tell him of her many acts of
consideration and thoughtfulness; listening
with pleasure as she spoke; studying daily
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poor old Johnâ€™s Bible, doubly valuable now in
his eyes; and, in short, striving in every way
to follow in the steps of him who had gone
â€œHome,â€ as he called it, before him. And
Mabel, she too strove to follow her fatherâ€™s
bright example of patience and cheerfulness,
and recall his many precepts to be her guides
through life; valuing them the more, because
his low trembling voice could no more utter
them. Remembering all the sorrow he had
borne, and how he had borne it, she tried to
bear up against her own trials â€” trials which
none but the Searcher of all hearts knew she
had to bear. Oh! how needful it is for us to
be gentle and patient with each other, for we
know not, we cannot know, how one unkind
word may add another sorrow to a heart al-
ready too heavy with its burden. We fancya
sharp word hastily spoken cannot be felt, be-
cause it is not meant, but it may be the one
drop which overflows the cup of sorrow and
Mabel had much to struggle against; she
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had been raised from almost starvation, to a
position of comfort, nay, luxury. Adelaide
had, with the kindest intention,.but with
great want of judgment, kept Mabel entirely
from the servants, and as much with herself
as possible, desiring her always to make her
room her sitting-room ; and there, in those
luxurious chairs, with amusing and instructive
books, Mabel passed hours of each day, her
most arduous tasks to wash the Skye terrier,
sit for Herbert, and dust, the books and orna-
ments in her young ladyâ€™s room; for it had |
occurred to Adelaide, that she could not have
her for a maid, as she did not understand the
duties of one, and she had, therefore, only
kept her for the amusement of instructing her,
and because it was gratifying to have so beau-
tiful a face continually about her. Lady New-
bery, too ill to think much about any thing,
was satisfied to see Adelaideâ€™s spirits returning,
and stopped not to consider the effects such a
life might have upon Mabel. Helen had
several times pointed it out to Adelaide, and
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begged her to let Mabel be taught hair-dress-
ing and dress-making, and, in short, the duties
of her station, rather than reading and writing,
both of which she could do sufficiently well
for her position ; but Adelaide would not listen
to her, and, with a perseverance worthy of a
more rational scheme, she devoted herself to.
the instruction of her beautiful protegÃ©e.
Naturally quick and _ intelligent, Mabel im-
proved daily, drank in eagerly every fresh in-
formation accorded to her; and thus not only
became able to read and write well, but im-
bibed ideas and feelings not at all in accord-
ance with the position in which it seemed her
fortune to live. |
Bitterly was Mabel suffering for this now ;
in her poor home, with hardly enough to eat,
no companion but an old illiterate man, and
no books, how did she sigh for days which
now appeared only as a dream; and besides
this, associated with those happy hours was
one face, one voice, which haunted her wak-
ing or sleeping. Herbert Everton had been
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kind, very kind, she had seen him much
oftener, but she had forgotten all he ever said
to her; whilst two sentences spoken by ano-
ther, were treasured in her memory, and re-
peated to herself over and-over again.
It was the knowledge of the danger she
was falling into, the worse than folly of enter-
* taining such a feeling, which had distressed
her on the evening of her unexpected depar-
ture from Homewood, and made her think she
must leave her kind friends before it was too
This secret buried in her heart, she had to
carry with her for ever, almost afraid to whis-
per it to herself, â€”a constant struggle with an Â©
everlasting, hopeless feeling ; hopeless, because
if her wildest dream could be realized, and he
loved her, still it would be a madness, which
would never bring happinessâ€” which, for his
sake, she must avoid, must strive against.
Oh! yes, it was hopeless, utterly hopeless, yet
how difficult to forget it in the lone monotony
of her present life, and the constant remem-
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brance of those days when she knew him:
but she tried to bear up against all this, tried
to be happy in her station, and to do her duty
in it, and that was clearly to work hard, and
cheerfully to support her uncle in his declining
days. Her struggles were so brave, so unceas-
ing, that they could not fail to be rewarded,
at least with partial success; but often came
the Tempter, trying to shake her resolution,
by showing her how easily she could return
to Homewood, and to the happy life she
passed there, and see him again.
Well, a few months went by like this, un-
marked by any event. Christmas had turned ;
the winter had fortunately not been very se-
â€˜vere, and, having one less to keep, and receiv-
ing aid once or twice from Miss Everton,
Mabel and her uncle had done better than for
many winters past. One day, having been
into the village for some provisions, she was
accosted by Mrs. Warren with the news, that
she had let her house, a great wonder at that
time of year, and that the people were coming
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the next day, an old man and his son. Mabel Â©
listened to Mrs. Warrenâ€™s excited statement,
with but little interest, and quickly returned ,
to her uncle. â€” ;
It was a bright morning the next day, a stiff
breeze blowing, the sea fresh and green, its
waves dancing on to the shore, the wind catch-
ing the spray, and blowing it far inland. There
was something so invigorating in the weather,
that Mabelâ€™s spirits seemed to rise with it, and
she went about her accustomed avocation with
far more brightness and activity than usual,
and the hours seemed to pass so much faster,
that she kept longing to go out for a ramble
on the beach. â€˜Towards the afternoon, she did
manage to get out, and ran down the steps of
the cliff, with a degree of buoyancy she had
not known for long. She had wandered some
distance from home, when she heard footsteps
behind her, and she fancied her name called.
She turned round, and could scarcely suppress
a scream, as she recognised Maurice Leigh.
He advanced to her as she stood trembling
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â€˜before him, and, in those tones so well remem-
bered, said, â€œâ€˜ Mabel, I am so glad to see you;
are you well?â€ Mabel summoned all her
courage to reply calmly, and in cold, respect-
ful accents said, â€˜Quite well, thank you, Sir.â€
â€œJT am come to stay here, Mabel, with my
poor father, who has been very ill, and I trust
the sea air will do him good.â€
â€œIT hope it may, Sir,â€ again Mabel coldly
answered, and endeavored to pass on, but he
appeared disinclined to let her do so, but asked,
â€œif that picturesque cottage on the rock was
where she lived; told her that he had lately
seen Miss Everton, who had begged him to
inquire for her and try and see her, and say
that she often thought of her. Poor Mabel!
The agitation of seeing him, his touching voice
telling her of Miss Evertonâ€™s kindness, all was
too much for her; her eyes filled with tears,
she could not answer him, and they both
paused, â€” she moved on, he followed her and
walked beside her for some time in silence ; but
Mabel could not bear this, and suddenly turn-
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ing, said, â€œI must go. home, Mr. Leigh, my
uncle is expecting me. Good afternoon, Sir.â€
â€œ You are going! Well, perhaps, I shall see
you again, whilst I am here, â€” often, â€” Ma-
â€˜â€œâ€˜[ seldom come into the village,â€ she re-
plied, hurriedly. â€˜If I do not see you again,
will you tell Miss Everton I am so grateful, I
never forget her? I Â» she could say no
more, but moving her head as if to wish him |
good-bye, went towards home.
All the rest of the day Mabelâ€™s spirits again
deserted her, and* poor Matthew redoubled his
efforts to please and amuse her, but it was use-
less, Mabel could think of nothing but this
interview. Occasionally a thrill of joy shot
through her heart, as she recalled his looks
and manner, but it was soon dispelled by the
miserable conviction that it was wrong to in-
dulge in such thoughts; that she must avoid
him; it was her duty. And so she remained
in the house for many days, although she could
not resist gazing from the window ; and each
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day she saw him, â€”saw him stroll on the
beach, and come and stand under the cliff, and
wander about for an hour or two, always in
sight of the cottage ; but she resolutely kept to
her determination, and remained in the house,
till at length she was obliged to take home a
net she had finished, and with a throbbing
heart she descended the steps, â€” but he was
nowhere to be seen, and she proceeded with
more courage. |
â€˜Maurice was not then on the beach ; he w@s
detained at home by his fatherâ€™s not being sO
well. Maurice had been reading aloud to him,
and, by a curious coincidence, considering the
nature of his thoughts, the story he had been
reading turned on a man wedding a girl be-.
neath him in rank. With the greatest eager-
ness Maurice had read on, anxious to see the
termination, and he threw the book down with
a gesture of impatience as he found that the
story concluded with showing the misery such
a marriage entailed.
â€œStupid book, Sir, donâ€™t you think a)
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â€˜Oh! no, not at allâ€”it is very clever, and
an excellent moral, nothing can be so utterly
wrong asa marriage of that kind. It is against
all principles of right, and though they are few
in number, still there are romantic fools in the
world, who, caught by a pretty face, go and
ally themselves to some low-born girl, and are
as wretched as they deserve to be, afterwards.â€
Maurice paused for a few moments, and then
said, â€˜â€˜I do not see the necessity of their being
miserable ; of course a man does deserve to be
miserable who marries only for a pretty face,
be she low or high born; but if united to
beauty, are goodness and gentleness, surely it
is a hard case that birth should preclude her
from being taken from a life of toil and priva-
tion, to one of comfort and independence, â€”
besides the delight of teaching, enlightening
the mind of a young, unsophisticated girl.
No town-bred Miss, full of airs and graces,
without a thought but for a new bonnet, or a
fresh conquest â€” with a false, frivolous, super-
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ficial education â€”were she a Peeress in her
own right, I would notâ€ â€”
Maurice paused suddenly ; he had spoken
with great excitement, carried away with his
subject â€” the very fact that he saw the justice
of his fatherâ€™s remarkâ€”knew how unwise
unequal marriages were,â€” made him defend
them, hoping in the argument to be able to
overcome his own as well as his fatherâ€™s scru-
ples. Had he asked himself why he was so
anxious on this point, he would scarcely have
dared to answer truly.
From the moment he had seen Mabel in
Herbertâ€™s studio, he had thought, he had
dreamt of nothing else. At first it seemed to
him that it was only her extraordinary beauty
which had so charmed him as an Artist ; but
that would have passed after the first impres-
sion, not have lingered in his memory, till
every thing but the contemplation of the pic-
ture which resembled her, ceased to amuse or
Whilst at Homewood he had sought every
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opportunity to speak with or even look at her ;
and her gentle, modest demeanor, her beauty
heightened by better living and better dress-
ing, â€” the praises of her goodness and intelli-
gence he continually heard from Miss Everton,
all served to increase the infatuation which
To carry her away to some distant home,
where she would be his, and his alone, where
he could read to her, teach her, love her, and
make her â€˜love him â€”see in the depth of her
earnest eyes a love for him, the greater because -
there would be mingled with it an admiration
for his superior intellect. He was a man,
remember, and in this vision there was this
charm to him, that he would be reverenced as
well as loved, â€”that she knowing nothing,
would wonderingly gaze on him and think
him so far superior, some â€œ bright particular
starâ€™? that had stooped from its sphere to wed
her; yes, these were the dreams in which
every other contemplation was now merged,
and mingled with them was the cold reality
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which would force him to reflect on the wild-
ness of the scheme, on its difficulties â€” the
greatest of all, the meanness of her birth ;
feeling this a startling objection, still he would
not dismiss the bright romantic hopes with
which his heart was full, and he was now not
sorry that chance had brought forward this
conversation with his father.
At his sudden pause, Mr. Leigh looked up,
and laughingly said, â€œ Heyday, young man,
yowâ€™re energetic, but youâ€™re wrong, Maurice,
quite wrong ; married people should be on an
equality in every way, to expect happiness,
and the misery of inequality in birth is too
well known for me to dilate on. You may
teach, but you will not make a lady of one not
born so; and how would a man of intellect
and accustomed to good society, endure being
tied for life to a woman who had not an idea
in common with him, could neither join with
him in conversation, or understand him when
he talked to her? And then, even imagining
the possibility of making her a decent com-
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panion, think for a moment of her relations ;
unless you can put up with receiving such
coarse illiterate guests at your table, you have
the alternative of making your wife miserable
by taking her from those whom she loves, and
who love her, for ever. A cruel thing for both
parties, my boy, depend on it, â€”a brief week
or two of a romantic dream of happiness,
from which there would be a bitter awakening
for both. I earnestly hope it may never be
my lot to be unable to receive with open arms
the girl my son may choose fora wife.â€
â€œThen I must not go and marry a laborerâ€™s
daughter, Sir,â€ said Maurice with a poor at-
tempt at a laugh; â€œbut,â€ he continued more
seriously, â€œI would rather marry her than do
worse, as many men have.â€ His father looked
up at him suddenly and searchingly, and then
asked him if he were not going out, and
recommended him to do so. Maurice said,
â€œhe was just thinking about it,â€ and walking
once or twice up and down the room, he went
thoughtfully and silently out.
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He strolled up towards the village without
any settled purpose, scarcely noting any thing
which passed, and found himself at length at
his old haunt on the beach ; it was low water,
and on the sands a few children were playing.
Maurice loved children â€” loved to watch them
at their artless games, and mark the natural
grace which their every attitude assumes,
making a sketch of that which pleased him
most, to carry to his studio, and reproduce in
plaster. He stopped now to look at the group
before him. On the shingle a fat brown baby
was seated, scratching up in its little hands as
many stones as such tiny receptacles could
hold, and letting them fall again for the plea-
sure of hearing them clatter on the others ;
making most innocent attempts at talking all
the time, and sundry crowing self-satisfied
noises at its own cleverness.
A boy a year or two older was standing in
the wettest part of the sand, digging in his
heels so as to force the water into his shoes,
an amusement which also appeared to give
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him considerable -satisfaction. Near him was
a girl, who having removed her boots and
stockings, and carefully placed them on a lump
of rock, was standing with her naked legs and
feet in the small waves which were creeping
quietly on to the sand, holding in her hand a
little wooden doll, whose feet she was carefully
bathing in the water, with all the earnestness
and tenderness with which a kind mother
would have done the same, for her; at this
Maurice drew nearer and spoke to her, â€”
â€œ Are you very fond of your doll, little
â€œYes,â€ she answered, looking up timidly at
â€œ Did you buy it for yourself ?â€
â€œNo, Mabel Raby gave it to |
â€œIndeed! How good of her! Do youÂ®
â€œOh! I just do, she come and nurse baby
when mother was ill â€” there that baby â€”thatâ€™s
my sister, and she give Bob and me toys So as
â€˜we shouldâ€™nt make a noise. â€”Oh! donâ€™t us
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just like Mabel. Here she comes;â€ and, run-
ning out of the water, she hastily put on her
shoes and stockings. Maurice turned eagerly,
and walked quickly towards Mabel; he soon
joined her, accompanied her to the steps, and
On that same night he came down again on
the beach. It was cold, and the wind blew
high and fresh, but the sky was studded with a
multitude of stars; only a few light fleecy
clouds flying about. Still possessed with the
same wild notions about Mabel, he could not
rest far away from where she dwelt; the few
hurried words that had passed between them
in the morning had awakened in his mind the
belief that she loved him, and now he was
thinking, â€œIf my manner has induced her to
â€œimagine that I love her, I am bound to marry
her. What am I, that I should not? Had
Everton thought of such a thing it would have
been different, â€”he has sisters too; I, no one
who could fancy themselves disgraced by such
a marriage. My father would get over it if he
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saw that it made me happy ; and away in some
sheltered country nook with herâ€”with my
beautiful Mabel â€”I should be happy, I am
sure I should. It isa strange fate, for it is fate
â€”thatI should love this girl. That bright
star there I have so often watched as though it
were emblematical of my destiny, â€”now it
shall decide,â€ he said with energy. â€œIf that
fleecy cloud passes without obscuring it, I will
wed Mabel, if not
scarcely credible even to himself, he watched
â€ and with an anxiety
the light cloud scud along, passing one star
after another, until it neared the one he was
watching with such interest, and then growing
clearer and clearer, it passed over it like a thin
veil, through which the little star gleamed
like a diamond.
Maurice drew a long breath; he had been
so excited during the few seconds which had
elapsed since first this romantic notion struck
him, that the heat stood in drops upon his
brow, and removing his hat he let the cool
breeze play over his head as he said, â€”
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â€˜My mind is made up; to-morrow I will see
her, and she shall be mine.â€ He looked up
again at the House on the Rock, and saw the
light by which he thought she might be plying
her weary task, then inwardly saying, â€˜â€˜ You
shall work no more, my poor Mabel, for your
daily bread; no more shall those eyes be
strained or those fingers wearied.â€â€ He walked
The next morning as Mabel was going out,
old Matthew said, â€˜â€˜he too should take a stroll
on the beach.â€ He seldom went out, but it
was a bright sunny morning, and Mabel encour-
aged him in his wish. She had not been gone
long, when Matthew slowly descended the
steps to the beach: he had only been there once
since his old companionâ€™s death, and he felt
grave and sad as he walked along the path
endeared to him by so many recollections of
his excellent friend. The accident to the
sailing boat seemed to come strongly back on
his recollection, and all the feelings to which
it had given rise.
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â€œWell, I am an older, and I hope a wiser
man since then,â€ he thought; â€œTI feel very,
very different, and my lesson has been taught
me most mercifully, â€”so little as I deserved
mercy too; I that was so hard and unforgiving
to others, have had kindness after kindness
heaped on me, at least on those I love better
than myself. I have no fear to die now, for I
can hope to be forgiven as I forgive. None but
those who have felt it can tell what it is to lie
down of a night as I have done, and been afraid
to pray, because I knowâ€™d I was praying for
vengeance on myself; but now I can lie down
and sleep sound too, for I do forgive from my
very heart every one as ever wronged me in
thought, word or deed.â€ His reverie was
suddenly disturbed by the sound of footsteps,
and looking up he perceived a gentleman about
his own age advancing towards him, followed
by a servant carrying a camp stool and plaid.
â€˜ Put the stool down here, James, and you can
go on, and come for me again in half an hour.â€
The servant did as he was ordered, and went
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on. Matthew glanced at the stranger for a
moment, but his attention was diverted by a
sail in the offing, and shading his eyes with his
hand he stood looking at it.
â€˜â€œ Whatâ€™s that, friend?â€ asked the gentle-
â€œJ doanâ€™t know, Sir, exactly,â€ answered
Matthew, touching his cap, â€œ but I think itâ€™s a
Dutch craft by the look onâ€™t.â€
â€œ Are you a fisherman?â€ again asked the
â€˜Noa, Sir, I beanâ€™t.â€
â€œNoa, not exactly that, Sir; I have been to
sea though and worked before the mast, work-
ed my passage over to the Bermudas, when I
left England inâ€”21. I had been at very
different work afore that, but necessityâ€™s a
hard master, and drives us to many things we
never dreamt of doing.â€ It was not often that
Matthew was so garrulous, but he seemed just
then to be so inclined, and proceeded to speak
of his early life. â€œYes,â€ he continued, â€œcy
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little thought I should ever come to live here,
when I was wandering with my gun in the
woods at Hartley Dell.â€
â€œ Hartley Dell,â€ said the old gentleman
quickly, â€˜is it possible you lived there ? â€” and
the estate you were on was "
â€˜Mr. Leighâ€™s,â€ said Matthew, and as he
answered he turned and looked straight at his
interrogator. He was pale and trembling as
he rose from his seat, and approaching Matthew
said, â€”â€˜* Your name is Matthew Whiting, and
you were my fatherâ€™s game-keeper. How and
why do we meet now, and here?â€
â€œT doanâ€™t know how it is, Mr. Leigh, but
perhaps, because you may have the chance
afore you die to say you are sorry for the
wrong you did one who never injured you.â€
â€œJT wrong you,â€”what do you mean? Is this
language to address to me? â€˜You forget your-
self strangely, â€” years have not altered you, it
seems; your insolence I have before had cause
â€˜â€˜Doanâ€™t be hasty now, Mr. Leigh, I have no
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wish to anger you; but of the other side oâ€™that
grave weâ€™re both so near, there is no difference
of rank and station, â€” we shall all be judged
aloike, and many as have been first here may
be last there. You need not be ashamed then
to say to me now, poor and humble as I am,
that you are sorry for what you did. Itâ€™s many
years since, but I donâ€™t think you can have
forgotten, that because I saved you from the
commission of a great crime you got me driven
from my situation by a false charge, which
would have ruined me, but for a merciful
Providence, who, little as I deserved it, helped
me through my troubles. I forgive you from
my heart; your face tells me you remember it
all, and that you are sorry. Itâ€™s hard, I suppose,
for such as you, to say so to one so much
beneath you; so Iâ€™ll be content to believe it,
Sir, and thank Heaven for the chance of telling
you how I forgives you.â€
Mr. Leigh had listened to this speech with
mingled feelings of shame and astonishment ;
his proud spirit revolted at being reproved by
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such as Matthew, and yet the memory of the
cowardly act he had been guilty of had many
atime since then haunted him, and a flush of
shame mounted to his very forehead. With
the rapidity of thought in those few seconds, a
hundred different courses of action suggested
themselves, and at length he said, â€”
â€˜â€˜T did do you wrong, old man, I was young
and foolish then; you provoked me, and I was
revenged, I knew you and John Raby were
rivals, and I told my father that John had in
confidence mentioned to me having seen in
your possession several articles which were
missing, and requested him to discharge you
at once, without assigning any reason, that
John might not be inculpated. I admit this,
and that it was wrong, very wrong; I am
willing to make you any reparation in â€œmy
power, although unhappily I am not so rich as
I was; but any thingâ€™? â€”and he drew a purse
from his pocket. Matthew started, and, as if
choking down something in his throat, he said
in a voice of emotion, but very calmly, â€”
136 THE HOUSE
â€œT thank you, Mr. Leigh, weâ€™ve said enough,
I wish you good morning ;â€â€™ and turning away
he walked quickly towards the cliff and re-
ascended the steps. He needed the softening
influence of good Johnâ€™s spirit now, as he
flung himself on a chair in the cottage, and
tried to keep back the bitter thoughts that
strove for mastery.
â€œ How would John have borne this?â€ he
thought. â€œIt does indeed require the â€˜charity
which thinketh no evil and is kind,â€™ â€” but
then many a poor man has sold his con-
science. How should they know that all are
not alike: if they lived amongst us more, theyâ€™d
learn to judge better betwixt the rogue and the
honest man ;â€”he could not tell, may be, that
I would rather â€™a heard him say, â€˜Iâ€™m sorry I
wronged you,â€™ and have given me one hearty
shake oâ€™the hand, than have had twenty
pounds, poor as I am.â€
Whilst Matthew was thus meditating, where
was Mabel? Seated beneath the cliff some
little distance from home, with Maurice Leigh
ON THE ROCK. 137
beside her, her face flushed and excited, his
pale and agitated.
â€˜Â¢ Mabel,â€ he said earnestly, â€˜â€œâ€˜ hear me once
more. I tell you if you persist in your deter-
mination it will be my ruin. [ can think of
nothing but you; if I try to read, your face
darkens the pages, the profession I so loved is
now distasteful to me, and without you I feel
I shall never resume it. We are not the arbi-
ters of our own fate, and there appears a strange
power urging me on to love, to wed you: I
have tried to resist it, Mabel ; thought over all
the arguments you so coldly urge,â€ he con-
tinued, with some bitterness, â€˜ but it is useless,
and again I repeat, without you I am a lost
man.â€ He paused, and looked with search-
ing anxiety in her face; at length she sobbed
â€œTam but a simple, ignorant girl, and can-
not explain all I mean; but I know, I feel it
would be wrong, and that I ought not for your
sake, indeed for your sake â€” you, your father
â€”oh! do not, it is so cruel ;â€ and clasping her
138 THE HOUSE
hands over her face, she wept as though her
heart were breaking.
â€˜Â¢ Mabel, Mabel, donâ€™t sob so, it kills me; I
would not force your inclination, but 1 know,
I feel you love me, and why should we both
be wretched? It would be a noble self-sacri-
fice on your part if you alone suffered, but I
too, Mabel, I should never be happy again,â€
and with gentle force he removed her hands
from her face. She raised her head and
looked at him, a look full of tenderness, love, _
and reproach, and then murmured,
â€œ My uncle, I cannot leave him, and you â€”
oh! it is impossible.â€
Maurice started, and said hurriedly, â€œ He
shall never want for any thing; but we must
live alone, dearest, I could not â€”â€â€™
She started from her seat. â€œ Enough,
enough,â€ she said, â€˜now I am resolved, â€”
Heaven bless you and help me.â€
The utter despair with which these words
were spoken went to Mauriceâ€™s heart, and
haunted him long, long after; he made a
ON THE ROCK. 139
hurried movement forward to prevent her |
leaving him, when another person stood be-
side him, â€” his father.
He looked first at Maurice, then at Mabelâ€™s
retreating figure as she flew along the beach,
trying as it were to escape from herself, and
â€˜What is the meaning of all this?â€
Maurice, too much excited to think whether
it were prudent, told his father all the circum-
stances. Mr. Leigh listened silently, and then
demanded, with something approaching a
â€œAnd this fair heroine is â€”â€
â€˜Mabel Raby, the protegÃ©e of Miss Ever-
â€˜Mabel Raby! And the uncle to whom she
is so devoted â€” what is his name?â€
â€œT donâ€™t know, but she lives with him in
that cottage on the cliff.â€
â€˜â€œT thought as much,â€ answered Mr. Leigh ;
â€˜come home with me now, and say no more
on this subject until I renew it. My life has
140 THE HOUSE
been an eventful one, and this concluding pas-
sage of it stranger than all.â€
Side by side the father and son walked to
their lodgings, both absorbed in their own
reflections, whilst Mabel hurried on in the
opposite direction, and found her uncle seated
as we have described him, in deep thought.
She flew to him, and, kneeling down by his
â€˜Uncle, dear uncle, you must come away
from here, we must both come away, and
Mabel, your own little Mabel, will stay with
you always â€”for ever. Donâ€™t ask me any
thing, but take me away. Oh! take me away,
or I shall die, uncle, here, indeed I shall.â€
Matthew raised her from the ground where
she was now sobbing so bitterly, with her
head on his knees, and tried to draw some-
thing like reason from her, and some account
of her sorrow, but it appeared hopeless ; she
only continued to implore to be taken away ;
and at length having induced her to lie down,
he sat by her side, holding her hand, till she
ON TILE ROCK. 141
sobbed herself to sleep, wondering what could
have caused such painful agitation to his dar-
ling child. .
In the evening, Mr. Leigh, who had remain-
ed in his own room since the morning, sent
for Maurice, saying he wished to speak to
â€˜Â¢Maurice,â€ he said, â€œI have thought over
â€˜our conversation this morning, with great
earnestness, and after I have had a little talk
with you, I am going to make a proposal to
â€˜First of all, I must tell you, that before I
was your age, I wronged most severely Mabel
Rabyâ€™s father and mother, and the man she
calls uncle. You will spare me the necessity
of repeating the circumstance ; suffice it, it is a
sin which I have never forgotten, and I should
be glad, before I die, to make reparation for it.
My youth was, in short, one long scene of
wrong-doing, it is just that I should pay dearly
for it. I can imagine nothing happening to
me which I should regret so bitterly, as your
142 THE HOUSE
marrying beneath you; but the singularity of
this circumstance, the fact of your loving one
whose parents I so wronged, seems to me as
though Providence saw fit I should thus be
punished ;â€”it is a very heavy punishment,
Maurice, but I feel it should, â€”it must be so.
Now, this is my proposal, that you marry this
girl, and, to overcome her scruples, offer to the
old man a home for life beneath my roof; but,.
Maurice, you must take her away, away far
from me, I implore you. I shall not trouble
you long, my health and strength fail me more
and more each day, and when you go, you
must bid me farewell for ever. I cannot re-
ceive this girl as my daughter.â€
Maurice listened to this proud concession,
with mingled emotions, but his mad passion
for Mabel overcame every other, and he eager-
ly accepted his fatherâ€™s offer, and hurried off
at once to the House on the Rock. His
fatherâ€™s feelings, whilst he was gone, can only
be imagined by those whose pride wasâ€™ over-
bearing as his, He had formed great schemes
ON THE ROCK. 143
for his son, dreamed of some alliance which
should retrieve their shattered fortunes; and
to be thus disappointed, through a descendant,
too, of those people he had injured, â€” his bit-
terest enemy could have wished him no heavier
During that hour of his sonâ€™s absence, he
suffered mentally more than in the whole
course of his long ill-disciplined life; the sins
he had committed came before him with pain-
ful distinctness, as he lay back in his chair,
with closed eyes,â€”a procession seemed to
pass before him, of wasted hours, opportunities
of good neglected, money spent for bad pur-
poses, acts of injustice, selfishness and _ heart-
lessness, â€”and he would have given all the
wealth he had so wasted, and much of the
time, to have now, with failing health and
strength, the easy conscience which would
have made him look back on the past with
pleasure, and on the eternal future without
dismay. He tried now to console himself
with thinking, that the concession he had just
144 THE HOUSE
made, would make reparation for that one sin
of which he had been guilty, and to look with
less horror on it, on that account, and longed
with impatience for his sonâ€™s return, to learn
the success of his mission. He dared not in-
dulge the hope of its failure, for he felt sure
they would too readily seize on so bright a
change of fortune.
He started from his chair, as the handle of
the door turned, and Maurice came in; but
there was no joy in his face, nor glance which
spoke the accepted lover.
â€œWell,â€ said Mr. Leigh, eagerly. Maurice
threw himself on the sofa, and made no an-
swer. â€˜Of course she is only too delighted,â€
repeated his father, scornfully.
â€œ[ have not seen her,â€ answered Maurice, â€”
slowly and distinctly, â€œshe is not well; I have
had a long conversation with Matthew Whit-
ing, and I and Mabel Raby meet no more.â€
â€œ What,â€ exclaimed his father, â€˜has he
dared to refuse his niece to my son?â€
â€œ Spare me further questioning, father, I im-
ON THE ROCK. 145
plore you, â€” there is no need for_this subject
to be renewed between us.â€â€™
â€œThere would not, certainly, if you, in your
mad folly, had not stooped to love this girl,
and place yourself in a position to be insulted:
by her beggarly relations. You look now
pale and jaded, as though years had passed
over your head, and it is my business to inquire
on what grounds the honor you would have
conferred on this- young woman has been in-
solently rejected. Doubtless this heroine has
been disappointed in her expectations, and you
have not wealth enough to purchase such
beauty as hers.â€â€™
With a gesture, as though he strove to keep
back too hasty an expression, Maurice said, in
a voice of evidently forced calmness, â€˜â€œâ€˜I have
not been insulted, Sir. Mabel Raby is an
angel a duke might be proud to make his own,
and Matthew Whiting, an honest-hearted man,
who would shame, with his high principles,
some, who, possessed of many more advanta-
ges, have acted with less honor. Once more
146 THE HOUSE
I beseech you spare me on this topic.â€ And,
to avoid the possibility of a continuance of it
then, Maurice walked out of the room.
The next day a horse and cart stood at the
â€˜foot of the steps, which led to Mabelâ€™s dwell-
ing; a boy and a man were, with some diffi-
culty, carrying down the steep descent, differ-
ent articles of furniture. It occupied some
time, but at length the cart was filled, the
door of the cottage opened again, and arm-in-
arm Matthew and Mabel came forth, and de-
scended the steps. Having reached the bottom,
they turned round and gave one long look at
the little dwelling, and then making a sign for
the cart to proceed, they followed it slowly.
At some distance, unperceived by them, their
proceedings had been watched by a tall figure,
who, with great earnestness, had noted every
movement, and stood gazing until the last
trace of them had disappeared, and then, with
a slow and heavy step, walked away to the
Yes, they were gone â€”gone for ever â€”
ON THE ROCK. 147
from the home which circumstances had ren-
dered so painful to them. Mabelâ€™s alarming
agitation and earnest entreaties had attained
their object. Matthew could refuse his darling
nothing, and before Mauriceâ€™s visit he had
spoken to a fisherman whom he knew wanted
the cottage, and at once without hesitation
agreed to part with it. The arrangements were
but just concluded and Matthew returned,
when poor Mabel, from the window, caught
sight of Maurice ascending the steps. With a
cry she seized her uncleâ€™s arm, and besought
him not to let her be seen, to say she was ill;
and hurrying into the next room, she locked
the door just as Matthew, in answer to Mau-
riceâ€™s knock, admitted him. â€˜Their conver-
sation was long and serious: Matthew listened
patiently to Mauriceâ€™s proposal, and then
said, â€” | |
â€˜Young man, I honor and respect you for
your honest love for this poor girl. She has no
father, no protector on earth but me, â€”I have
no real power over her, but if I had, Iâ€™d pre-
(148 THE HOUSE
vent her marrying you, I tell you candidly.
T'll go and tell her what you say, but I canâ€™t
live under your. fatherâ€™s roof.â€
â€œTell me,â€ said Maurice eagerly, â€˜â€œâ€˜ what
was the wrong my father did to you and yours;
and let me, Oh! let me repair it by a life-long
devotion to Mabel.â€
Affected by the earnestness of Mauriceâ€™s
manner, and touched by his love for his darling
Mabel, old Matthew extended his rough hand
to him-as he said,
â€˜Noa! noa! From my lips you shall hear
nothing of your father you didnâ€™t ought to
hear. You are a noble young man, and I wish
from my heart you were one of us, and Iâ€™d be
proud and happy to trust my Mabel to you, â€”
but not as you are, not as you are.â€
A low trembling voice called, â€˜ Uncle!â€
Maurice started forward, but Matthew stood
before him, and received through the half open-
ed door a slip of paper from Mabelâ€™s hand.
â€œGive it to him,â€ she said, and again closed
the door. Eagerly Maurice seized it as Mat-
ON THE ROCK. 149
thew held it out to him, and when he had read
it, he folded it carefully and placed it in his.
bosom; and then turning to Matthew, he said
in a voice of deep melancholy,
â€˜It is useless to say more. Whiting, tell
her I shall never cease to love her, and that I
pray she may be happy.â€
Before Matthew could answer him, he was
gone. Pity and feel for him, ye who have
awaked from a bright dream of joy and hap-
piness to a cold and blank reality. No matter
how wild the dream, it does not make the
suffering less to be calmly told it was wild and
foolish ; if you have indulged in it, if you
have felt it would make you happy beyond all
earthly things, have believed it could be
realized, the agony with which you learn its
utter hopelessness is hard to bear indeed.
'F'wice before he reached home, he paused to
read again the note, â€” the lines were few, but
they were blotted with tears. â€œIf you love
me, you will leave this house and never try to
see me againâ€”I cannot alter my determina-
150 : THE HOUSE
tion.â€ He would not against her will, seek her,
â€˜but he could not deny himself the melancholy
gratification of wandering near her dwelling,
and, with the deepest sorrow, he saw her and
Matthew on the following morning leave their
home evidently for ever. He tried to learn in
the village where they had gone, but no one
knew ; though all spoke of their regret at losing
the beautiful girl they had loved for so many
~ years, and who was endeared to them by so
many acts of kindness and consideration to
them and their children.
When he reached home his father threw
across to him a letter. It was from Matthew,
thanking Mr. Leigh for his offer, and telling
him that the best proof he could give of his
gratitude, and also of his hearty forgiveness of
the past, was by doing all in his power to pre-
vent his son from an act, which would_have
made both him and his father wretched for
life. It concluded with expressing, in its simple
and untutored language, the admiration he felt
for Mauriceâ€™s noble conduct, and hoping that
ON THE ROCK. 151
he would in time be happily united to one in
his own rank of life. It was very touching,
his allusion to his â€˜â€˜ poor child,â€™ as he called
Mabel, and the earnestness with which he
| conjured Mr. Leigh to aid him in his efforts to
prevent his son meeting Mabel again. Maurice
made no comment, but he saw that the effect
on his father had been good; he evidently
could not help feeling the generosity of this
- conduct as contrasted with his own, and softer
and better thoughts seemed in his heart. They
did not after this remain much longer in the
village. Mr. Leighâ€™s health made no visible
improvement, and he fancied that his sonâ€™s
depressed state would be revived by change of
scene; they, therefore, removed to a little
inland village, where Mr. Leigh quite expected
a few weeks would restore Mauriceâ€™s spirits,
and bring utter forgetfulness of the past.
Are there not moments in your lives when
you'wish you could peep into futurity, and see
how much of joy and sorrow it has in store for
you. But One in infinite love and wisdom has
152 THE HOUSE
seen fit to spare you a knowledge which would
oftentimes bring with it a weight of anxiety
too much to be borne, â€” but though you can-
not attain this knowledge for yourselves, you
may possibly like to know the future of her
whose fortunes you have followed, I trust, with
some degree of interest.
Imagine, then, that a train of years have
passed away, and that you are visiting a coun-
try village; there is plenty to see there to
while away an hour pleasantly. An old Church
full of monuments and brasses, and an old cu-
rious font ;â€”-then there is a well, which the
country folks have invested with some magic
power, worth seeing, because it is so beauti-
fully situated, and the village girls, bringing
pitchers and pails to fill, form pretty groups
about it. You must visit, too, an old building
altered into alms-houses now, said once to have
beldnged to some noble family, about which
they tell an awful legend accounting for its
abandonment. â€˜The walls and ceilings are
carved oak, and there are quaint handles to the
ON THE ROCK. 153
doors, and strange fastenings to the windows,
and names cut in the small diamond panes ;
and when you have seen all this, you must go
to the schools built by the lady of the â€˜â€˜ Great
House,â€ and see if, through the veil of years,
you can recognise in the school-mistress, an
Seated in an arm-chair at the open window,
into which clusters of roses are peeping, is a
fair woman, still fair and lovely, though many
years have passed, whom you must recognise.
Three or four tiny children are standing before
her, their hands behind their backs, saying
their lessons. She listens with a patient smile
to the little voices, and with a kind nod of
approval sends them back to their places, as
she rises to receive a new comer in her pretty
and orderly school-room. Another old ac-
quaintance, Helen Everton, â€” now Helen
Stanley, a wife and mother, â€” is standing be-
neath the roof she herself has raised for the
education of the village children, talking to
Mabel Raby, â€”still Mabel Raby, who is turn-
154 THE HOUSE
ing thus, to the best account, the instruction
which had been so generously accorded to
herself ; for though Adelaide, now the wife of
a Peerâ€™s younger son, had in the whirl of fash-
ionable life forgotten the pretty toy, which had
once given her so much pleasure, yet Mabel
did not forget all she owed her, for by her
former kindness, she was enabled thus to ac-
cept the thoughtful offer to be the mistress of
the schools, which the good and gentle Helen
had made her.
A simple cross in the church-yard, and with
his name engraved on it, marks the resting-
place of Matthew Whiting. He had gone
â€˜home â€ to his friend, dying acalm and happy
death, at peace with the world; leaving his
. darling Mabel provided for by the fortunate
chance of Helen Evertonâ€™s lot having been
cast in the very village, where she had taken
up her abode.
Maurice Leigh, Mabel never named, until a
short time before her uncleâ€™s death, a news-
paper paragraph paled her cheek and filled her
ON THE, ROCK. 155
eyes with tears; but she soon recovered herself,
and handing the paper to her uncle, said, â€œI
am so glad, how good God is to me, â€”I have
so longed to know he was well and happy.â€
Read that. It announced the marriage of Mr.
Leigh, the eminent sculptor, to an heiress of
great expectation. Matthew made no answer,
only kissed Mabel very fondly; but a few
moments after said, â€˜he wished she had mar-
ried Farmer Maitlandâ€™s son.â€ |
â€˜Dear uncle, donâ€™t say so, â€”I am happier,
much happier as I am. Every day I live, I
feel I did right ; and knowing I am provided
for life, through Mrs. Stanleyâ€™s extreme kind-
ness, I have nothing left to wish for or desire
but to live here, â€”so that hereafter I may join
my dear father, where there is neither sadness
nor sorrow. Nothing can suit me better than
the life I lead, â€”I love the children and they
love me,â€”I have made many friends here,
every body is kind to me, â€”and indeed, my
dear, dear uncle, I would not change my
position, â€” no, not to beâ€”â€
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And Mabel meant what she said, for though
there were moments when the wild excitement
of the romantic love of days gone by, would
come back to her forcibly; still, in the years
that had passed since then, she had been
convinced by experience, how wisely, how
mercifully all had been ordained; â€˜and the
reward for the struggle she had so nobly made,
was the now calm and peaceful tenor of her
When she first came, she had excited both
admiration and curiosity: all spoke of her great
beauty, and wondered that she remained un-
married. â€˜There was scarcely a young man in
the-village who did not make serious advances
to the beautiful mistress of the school, but a
â€˜cold discouraging smile was all they could
obtain. One more dauntless than the rest actu-
ally ventured a proposal; but the firm and
decided rejection he received was a warning to
others, and Mabel remained for the future
She could not love again, she would not
ON THE ROCK. 157
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and respected by all who know her, carrying
always with her a priceless jewel, a calm
contented spirit. Yes, though no longer in
that dwelling where her early years were
passed, Mabelâ€™s true, pure religion, that religion
which visits the widows and fatherless in their
affliction, and keeps itself unspotted from the
_ world, proved that she had built and dwelt in
that House, over which the storms of life had
passed without shaking it, for it was founded
on a Rock.
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Package Processing Log
Package Processing Log
12/15/2014 12:45:52 PM Error Log for UF00002020_00001 processed at: 12/15/2014 12:45:52 PM
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00000cover1.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00000cover1.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00000cover2.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00000cover2.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00001.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00001.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00002.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00002.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00003.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00003.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00004.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00004.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00005.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00005.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00006.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00006.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00007.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00007.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00008.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00008.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00009.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00009.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00010.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00010.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00011.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00011.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00012.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00012.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00013.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00013.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00014.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00014.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00015.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00015.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00016.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00016.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00017.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00017.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00018.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00018.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00019.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00019.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00020.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00020.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00021.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00021.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00022.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00022.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00023.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00023.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00024.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00024.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00025.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00025.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00026.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00026.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00027.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00027.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00028.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00028.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00029.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00029.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00030.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00030.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00031.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00031.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00032.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00032.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00033.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00033.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00034.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00034.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00035.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00035.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00036.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00036.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00037.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00037.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00038.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00038.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00039.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00039.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:53 PM 00040.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00040.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00041.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00041.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00042.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00042.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00043.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00043.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00044.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00044.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00045.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00045.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00046.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00046.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00047.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00047.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00048.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00048.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00049.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00049.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00050.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00050.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00051.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00051.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00052.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00052.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00053.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00053.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00054.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00054.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00055.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00055.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00056.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00056.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00057.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00057.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00058.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00058.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00059.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00059.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00060.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00060.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00061.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00061.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00062.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00062.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00063.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00063.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00064.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00064.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00065.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00065.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00066.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00066.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00067.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00067.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00068.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00068.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00069.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00069.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:54 PM 00070.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00070.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00071.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00071.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00072.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00072.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00073.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00073.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00074.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00074.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00075.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00075.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00076.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00076.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00077.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00077.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00078.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00078.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00079.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
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12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00080.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00080.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00081.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00081.jp2 is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
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12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00083.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
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12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00088.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
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12/15/2014 12:45:55 PM 00089.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
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12/15/2014 12:45:56 PM 00112.jpg is specified in the METS file but not included in the submission package!
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