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Chapter 7 - (VERSO)

111552           40

known only to herself.

When Rachel Janet heard of the promise which Mr. Leonard had exacted from Felix she seethed with indignation; and, though she “knew her place” better than to s ary say anything to Mr. Leonard about it, she made her disapproval so plainly manifest in her bearing that the stern, gentle old man found the atmosphere of his hitherto peaceful manse unpleasantly stern chill and hostile for a time.

It was the wish of his heart that Felix should be a minister, as as he would have wished his own son to be, had one


From "Each in His Own Tongue."


"111552": The second 5 was perhaps corrected from a 6.