彩票双色球下载  鈥楾o be mean and miserly is quite another thing. That dishonours our profession. One should be ready to entertain hospitably, and to pay for work done handsomely; there is a free hand and a generous spirit quite consistent with economy.鈥? One little story of middle life days at No. 3 illustrates her indifference to what she wore. A friend was staying in the house, to go to a wedding; and when the time came her bonnet had not arrived. Old Mrs. Tucker, knowing that Charlotte possessed a new bonnet, and knowing also that there was no fear of vexing Charlotte by the act, lent this new bonnet to the friend, to be worn at the wedding. Charlotte was then absent. But meeting the friend, either at the wedding or afterwards, she noticed the bonnet, failed to recognise her own property, and most innocently begged to apologise for remarking what a particularly pretty bonnet it was! 鈥楽he soon became known amongst the members of the Indian Church as the 鈥淏uzurg,鈥?or 鈥淗onourable鈥?Miss Sahib; and the title of 鈥淔irishta鈥?or 鈥渁ngel鈥?was not unseldom heard in connection with her name. And indeed they might well call her so. Every time she spent even a few hours under our roof we felt that we had entertained an angel, though not unawares, so bright were the memories she left behind in loving words and deeds.... 鈥楢pril 27.鈥擨 know that some of my dear ones think that I must be very lonesome, with no white woman near me. But there are three things to prevent this:鈥?st, The Presence of the Master. 2nd, The feeling that separation of body is nothing compared to separation of soul. My ties to loved ones in England are not, thank God, broken! They do not depend on mere space. 3rd, Real loneliness, as regards even this world, is the want of love and sympathy. Some count my brown friends for nothing in this way. I do not do so. They draw out one鈥檚 affections, and respond to them. The heart does not shrivel up in India, even when one lives in such an out-of-the-way place as Batala.鈥? What became of the coffin in the end Mr. Clark does not say; but he too speaks, as do others, of her entire fearlessness with regard to death. Once, when talking of it to him, she quoted impressively the words, used long before by her gentle sister, Fanny: 鈥榃henever, wherever, however, He will!鈥?