Nor had she to wait long before the granting of her wish. Mr. and Mrs. Beutel, then resident at Amritsar, were appointed C.M.S. Missionaries at Batala; and when they went she could go also. Mr. Beutel describes as follows the course of events:鈥? ???There had been such a Thing; It is melancholy to read of Charlotte Tucker鈥檚 eager delight in carrying the good news to her favourite Maulvi Z.,鈥攐f whom at that time she thought so well and hopefully as an established Christian, and who in later years was to grieve her most bitterly by himself becoming an apostate. TO MR. AND MRS. CHARLES TUCKER. ??????Nay, well it is, if such will grant, 久久综合九色综合88av网站 Col. What? where did they put him? 鈥業 intend to take my large harmonium to Batala. It may be of immense use there. I suppose that I shall have charge of all the music; for I do not believe that either my Bhatija (nephew) or the Singhas know anything about it. It is of immense importance. Mr. R. told me yesterday that the Rev. C., perhaps the most valuable convert in all the Panjab (he is a Bengali), was first brought to Christ by listening to Church music. It carried his soul away! I wish that I were more competent for the charge; but I must hope and pray that God may bless my little attempts to serve Him by music. I am so thankful that age has not affected my voice; at least, it does not seem to me to have done so.鈥? 鈥楢mritsar, June 11, 1877.鈥擡mily said quietly to me yesterday, 鈥淵ou certainly have wonderful health.鈥?Not that I was well during my last trying time at Batala; but I have surprised my friends by getting all right again so very rapidly. The heat is very moderate as yet. I have only once this year had the thermometer in my sleeping room up to 90°. It seldom rises above 85° or 86°, which is nothing.鈥? 鈥極ur Church-building is growing rapidly under Herbert鈥檚 auspices. The 鈥淢ission Plough鈥?too surprises me by its growth. I hear that there are 105 boys there now. But we have not a sufficiently strong staff of teachers. The Inspector (Government) was pleased with the school, but said that we should have a stronger staff. We know that too.鈥? At dawn, she鈥檇 pull on sneakers and nothing else, then set off for long runs through the woods, therising sun warming her naked body. 鈥淚鈥檇 be out here for weeks at a time by myself,鈥?Jenniexplained. 鈥淣o one could see me, so I鈥檇 just go and go and go. It was the most fantastic feelingyou can imagine.鈥?She didn鈥檛 need a watch or a route; she judged her speed by the tickle of windon her skin, and kept racing along the pine-needled trails until her legs and lungs begged her tohead back to camp.