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out, clasped my daughter round the waist, and forcing her in, bade the postillion drive on, so that they were out of sight in a moment.
" Now," cried I, " the sum of my miseries is made up, nor is it in the power of anything on earth to give me another pang. What ! not one left!-not to leave me one! - The monster !- The child that was next my heart!-she had the beauty of an angel, and almost the wisdom of an angel.-But support that woman, nor let her fall.-Not to leave me one! "
" Alas! my husband," said my wife, " you seem to want comfort even more than I. Our distresses are great, but I could bear this and more, if I saw you but easy. They may take away my children, and all the world, if they leave me but you."
IVly son, who was present, endeavoured to moderate our grief ; he bade us take comfort, for he hoped that we might still have reason to be thankful. " My child," cried I, " look round the world, and see if there be any happiness left me now. Is not every ray of comfort shut out, while all our bright prospects only lie beyond the grave? "-" My dear father," returned he, " I hope that there is still something that will give you an interval of satisfaction; for I have a letter from my brother George." -" What of him, child? " interrupted I; " does he know our misery? I hope my boy is exempt from any part of what his wretched family suffers? "-" Yes, Sir," returned he, " he is perfectly gay, cheerful, and happy. His letter brings nothing but good news; he is the favourite of his colonel, who promises to procure him the very next lieutenancy that becomes vacant."
" And are you sure of all this? " cried my wife: " are you sure that nothing ill has befallen my boy? "

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