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remember as a little thing'-he held his hand at the level of his thigh-`arranging it for going out. It startled me; and I fear I asked quite foolishly: "Is it a boy?" The poor young thing looked up at me. She has very large eyes, quite beautiful, strange eyes. "Have you been speaking to Daddy about me?" "My dear young lady," I said, "I'm such an old friend, you see. You must forgive me." And then she said: "Are they going to ask him to resign?" "That depends on you,"! said. Why do I say these things, Charlotte? I ought simply to have held my tongue. Poor young thing; so very young! And the little baby!'
`She has brought it on herself, Alec,' Mrs. Rushbournc replied.

VII
The moment his visitor had vanished, Pierson paced up and down the study, with anger rising in his heart. His daughter or his parish! The old saw, `An Englishman's house is his castle!' was being attacked within him. Must he not then harbour his own daughter, and help her by candid atonement to regain her inward strength and peace? Was he not thereby acting as a true Christian, in by far the hardest course he and she could pursue? To go back on that decision and imperil his daughter's spirit, or else resign his parish-the alternatives were brutal! This was the centre of his world, the only spot where so lonely a man could hope to feel even the semblance of home; a thousand little threads tethered him to his church, his parishioners, and this house-for, to live on here if he gave up his church was out of the question. But his chief feeling was a bewildered anger that, for doing what seemed to him his duty, he should be attacked by his parishioners.
A passion of desire to know what they really thought and felt-these parishioners of his, whom he had be

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