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The next morning Mrs. Hawkins, dropping in to hear the resultof the trip, found Ann Eliza sitting behind the counter wrapped inan old shawl.
“But not dry, I suppose?”
11:1 [hgb] 亚 哈 谢 的 母 亲 亚 他 利 雅 见 她 儿 子 死 了 ， 就 起 来 剿 灭 王 室 。 [kjv] And when Athaliah the mother of Ahaziah saw that her son was dead, she arose and destroyed all the seed royal. [bbe] Now when Athaliah, the mother of Ahaziah, saw that her son was dead, she had all the rest of the seed of the kingdom put to death. 11:2 [hgb] 但 约 兰 王 的 女 儿 ， 亚 哈 谢 的 妹 子 约 示 巴 ， 将 亚 哈 谢 的 儿 子 约 阿 施 从 那 被 杀 的 王 子 中 偷 出 来 ， 把 他 和 他 的 乳 母 都 藏 在 卧 房 里 ， 躲 避 亚 他 利 雅 ， 免 得 被 杀 。 [kjv] But Jehosheba, the daughter of king Joram, sister of Ahaziah, took Joash the son of Ahaziah, and stole him from among the king's sons which were slain; and they hid him, even him and his nurse, in the bedchamber from Athaliah, so that he was not slain. [bbe] But Jehosheba, the daughter of King Joram, sister of Ahaziah, secretly took Joash, the son of Ahaziah, with the woman who took care of him, away from among the king's sons who were put to death, and put him in the bedroom; and they kept him safe from Athaliah, so that he was not put to death. 11:3 [hgb] 约 阿 施 和 他 的 乳 母 藏 在 耶 和 华 的 殿 里 六 年 。 亚 他 利 雅 篡 了 国 位 。 [kjv] And he was with her hid in the house of the LORD six years. And Athaliah did reign over the land. [bbe] And for six years she kept him safe in the house of the Lord, while Athaliah was ruling over the land. 11:4 [hgb] 第 七 年 ， 耶 何 耶 大 打 发 人 叫 迦 利 人 （ 或 作 亲 兵 ） 和 护 卫 兵 的 众 百 夫 长 来 ， 领 他 们 进 了 耶 和 华 的 殿 ， 与 他 们 立 约 ， 使 他 们 在 耶 和 华 殿 里 起 誓 ， 又 将 王 的 儿 子 指 给 他 们 看 ， [kjv] And the seventh year Jehoiada sent and fetched the rulers over hundreds, with the captains and the guard, and brought them to him into the house of the LORD, and made a covenant with them, and took an oath of them in the house of the LORD, and shewed them the king's son. [bbe] Then in the seventh year, Jehoiada sent for the captains of hundreds of the Carians, and the armed men, and taking them into the house of the Lord, made an agreement with them, and made them take an oath in the house of the Lord, and let them see the king's son. 11:5 [hgb] 吩 咐 他 们 说 ， 你 们 当 这 样 行 ， 凡 安 息 日 进 班 的 三 分 之 一 要 看 守 王 宫 ， [kjv] And he commanded them, saying, This is the thing that ye shall do; A third part of you that enter in on the sabbath shall even be keepers of the watch of the king's house; [bbe] And he gave them orders, saying, This is what you are to do: the third part of you, who come in on the Sabbath and keep the watch of the king's house, 11:6 [hgb] 三 分 之 一 要 在 苏 珥 门 ， 三 分 之 一 要 在 护 卫 兵 院 的 后 门 。 这 样 把 守 王 宫 ， 拦 阻 闲 人 。 [kjv] And a third part shall be at the gate of Sur; and a third part at the gate behind the guard: so shall ye keep the watch of the house, that it be not broken down. [bbe] ... 11:7 [hgb] 你 们 安 息 日 所 有 出 班 的 三 分 之 二 要 在 耶 和 华 的 殿 里 护 卫 王 。 [kjv] And two parts of all you that go forth on the sabbath, even they shall keep the watch of the house of the LORD about the king. [bbe] And the two divisions of you, who go out on the Sabbath and keep the watch of the house of the Lord, 11:8 [hgb] 各 人 手 拿 兵 器 ， 四 围 护 卫 王 。 凡 擅 入 你 们 班 次 的 必 当 治 死 ， 王 出 入 的 时 候 ， 你 们 当 跟 随 他 。 [kjv] And ye shall compass the king round about, every man with his weapons in his hand: and he that cometh within the ranges, let him be slain: and be ye with the king as he goeth out and as he cometh in. [bbe] Will make a circle round the king, every man being armed; and whoever comes inside your lines is to be put to death; keep with the king, when he goes out and when he comes in. 11:9 [hgb] 众 百 夫 长 就 照 着 祭 司 耶 何 耶 大 一 切 所 吩 咐 的 去 行 ， 各 带 所 管 安 息 日 进 班 出 班 的 人 来 见 祭 司 耶 何 耶 大 。 [kjv] And the captains over the hundreds did according to all things that Jehoiada the priest commanded: and they took every man his men that were to come in on the sabbath, with them that should go out on the sabbath, and came to Jehoiada the priest. [bbe] And the captains of hundreds did as Jehoiada the priest gave them orders; every one took with him his men, those who came in and those who went out on the Sabbath, and they came in to Jehoiada the priest. 11:10 [hgb] 祭 司 便 将 耶 和 华 殿 里 所 藏 大 卫 王 的 枪 和 盾 牌 交 给 百 夫 长 。 [kjv] And to the captains over hundreds did the priest give king David's spears and shields, that were in the temple of the LORD. [bbe] And the priest gave to the captains of hundreds the spears and body-covers which had been King David's, and which were kept in the house of the Lord. 11:11 [hgb] 护 卫 兵 手 中 各 拿 兵 器 ， 在 坛 和 殿 那 里 ， 从 殿 右 直 到 殿 左 ， 站 在 王 子 的 四 围 。 [kjv] And the guard stood, every man with his weapons in his hand, round about the king, from the right corner of the temple to the left corner of the temple, along by the altar and the temple. [bbe] Then the armed men took up their positions, every man with his instruments of war in his hand, from the right side of the house to the left, round about the altar and the house. 11:12 [hgb] 祭 司 领 王 子 出 来 ， 给 他 戴 上 冠 冕 ， 将 律 法 书 交 给 他 ， 膏 他 作 王 。 众 人 就 拍 掌 说 ， 愿 王 万 岁 。 [kjv] And he brought forth the king's son, and put the crown upon him, and gave him the testimony; and they made him king, and anointed him; and they clapped their hands, and said, God save the king. [bbe] Then he made the king's son come out, and put the crown on him and the arm-bands, and made him king, and put the holy oil on him; and they all, making sounds of joy with their hands, said, Long life to the king. 11:13 [hgb] 亚 他 利 雅 听 见 护 卫 兵 和 民 的 声 音 ， 就 到 民 那 里 ， 进 耶 和 华 的 殿 ， [kjv] And when Athaliah heard the noise of the guard and of the people, she came to the people into the temple of the LORD. [bbe] Now Athaliah, hearing the noise made by the people, came to the people in the house of the Lord; 11:14 [hgb] 看 见 王 照 例 站 在 柱 旁 ， 百 夫 长 和 吹 号 的 人 侍 立 在 王 左 右 ， 国 中 的 众 民 欢 乐 吹 号 。 亚 他 利 雅 就 撕 裂 衣 服 ， 喊 叫 说 ， 反 了 。 反 了 。 [kjv] And when she looked, behold, the king stood by a pillar, as the manner was, and the princes and the trumpeters by the king, and all the people of the land rejoiced, and blew with trumpets: and Athaliah rent her clothes, and cried, Treason, Treason. [bbe] And looking, she saw the king in his regular place by the pillar, and the captains and the horns near him; and all the people of the land giving signs of joy and sounding the horns. Then Athaliah, violently parting her robes, gave a cry, saying, Broken faith, broken faith! 11:15 [hgb] 祭 司 耶 何 耶 大 吩 咐 管 辖 军 兵 的 百 夫 长 说 ， 将 她 赶 出 班 外 ， 凡 跟 随 她 的 必 用 刀 杀 死 。 因 为 祭 司 说 不 可 在 耶 和 华 殿 里 杀 她 ， [kjv] But Jehoiada the priest commanded the captains of the hundreds, the officers of the host, and said unto them, Have her forth without the ranges: and him that followeth her kill with the sword. For the priest had said, Let her not be slain in the house of the LORD. [bbe] Then Jehoiada the priest gave orders to those who were placed in authority over the army, saying, Take her outside the lines, and let anyone who goes after her be put to death with the sword, for he said, Let her not be put to death in the house of the Lord. 11:16 [hgb] 众 兵 就 闪 开 让 她 去 。 她 从 马 路 上 王 宫 去 ， 便 在 那 里 被 杀 。 [kjv] And they laid hands on her; and she went by the way by the which the horses came into the king's house: and there was she slain. [bbe] So they put their hands on her, and she went to the king's house by the doorway of the horses, and there she was put to death. 11:17 [hgb] 耶 何 耶 大 使 王 和 民 与 耶 和 华 立 约 ， 作 耶 和 华 的 民 。 又 使 王 与 民 立 约 。 [kjv] And Jehoiada made a covenant between the LORD and the king and the people, that they should be the LORD's people; between the king also and the people. [bbe] And Jehoiada made an agreement between the Lord and the king and the people, that they would be the Lord's people; and in the same way between the king and the people. 11:18 [hgb] 于 是 国 民 都 到 巴 力 庙 ， 拆 毁 了 庙 ， 打 碎 坛 和 像 ， 又 在 坛 前 将 巴 力 的 祭 司 玛 坦 杀 了 。 祭 司 耶 何 耶 大 派 官 看 守 耶 和 华 的 殿 ， [kjv] And all the people of the land went into the house of Baal, and brake it down; his altars and his images brake they in pieces thoroughly, and slew Mattan the priest of Baal before the altars. And the priest appointed officers over the house of the LORD. [bbe] Then all the people of the land went to the house of Baal and had it pulled down: its altars and images were all broken to bits, and Mattan, the priest of Baal, they put to death before the altars. And the priest put overseers over the Lord's house. 11:19 [hgb] 又 率 领 百 夫 长 和 迦 利 人 （ 或 作 亲 兵 ） 与 护 卫 兵 ， 以 及 国 中 的 众 民 ， 请 王 从 耶 和 华 殿 下 来 ， 由 护 卫 兵 的 门 进 入 王 宫 ， 他 就 坐 了 王 位 。 [kjv] And he took the rulers over hundreds, and the captains, and the guard, and all the people of the land; and they brought down the king from the house of the LORD, and came by the way of the gate of the guard to the king's house. And he sat on the throne of the kings. [bbe] Then he took the captains of hundreds, and the Carians, and the armed men, and all the people of the land; and they came down with the king from the house of the Lord, through the doorway of the armed men, to the king's house. And he took his place on the seat of the kings. 11:20 [hgb] 国 民 都 欢 乐 ， 合 城 都 安 静 。 众 人 已 将 亚 他 利 雅 在 王 宫 那 里 用 刀 杀 了 。 [kjv] And all the people of the land rejoiced, and the city was in quiet: and they slew Athaliah with the sword beside the king's house. [bbe] So all the people of the land were glad, and the town was quiet; and they had put Athaliah to death with the sword at the king's house. 11:21 [hgb] 约 阿 施 登 基 的 时 候 年 方 七 岁 。 [kjv] Seven years old was Jehoash when he began to reign. [bbe] And Jehoash was seven years old when he became king.
HARDPAN, ILLINOIS, November 9, 1861.
Their southern rapine to renew,
The Rev. Alex. J. Ross, D.D.
1.Belliston Graeme was an enthusiastic musician; and was in this peculiar, that he loved the science for its simplicity. Musicians are but too apt to give to music's detail and music's difficulties the homage that should be paid to music's self: in this resembling the habitual man of law, who occasionally forgetteth the great principles of jurisprudence, and invests with mysterious agency such words as latitat and certiorari. The soul of music may not have fled;--for we cultivate her assiduously,--worship Handel--and appreciate Mozart. But music now springs from the head, not the heart; is not for the mass, but for individuals. With our increased researches, and cares, and troubles, we have lost the faculty of being pleased. Past are those careless days, when the shrill musette, or plain cittern and virginals, could with their first strain give motion to the blythe foot of joy, or call from its cell the prompt tear of pity. Those days are gone! Music may affect some of us as deeply, but none as readily!
2. Wrapped in these reflections, he lost his way.>
He had not long to wait. Suddenly a broad shaft of yellow light shone out from the doorway of Blades and the big figure of Drax appeared. He wore a heavy ulster up round his ears and a cap pulled down over his eyes. He walked quickly to the white Mercedes, slammed the door, and was away across to the left-hand side of St James's Street and braking to turn opposite St James's Palace while Bond was still in third.
In short, I repeat the question: Is the world, considered in general, and as it appears to us in this life, different from what a man, or such a limited being, would, beforehand, expect from a very powerful, wise, and benevolent Deity? It must be strange prejudice to assert the contrary. And from thence I conclude, that however consistent the world may be, allowing certain suppositions and conjectures, with the idea of such a Deity, it can never afford us an inference concerning his existence. The consistence is not absolutely denied, only the inference. Conjectures, especially where infinity is excluded from the Divine attributes, may perhaps be sufficient to prove a consistence, but can never be foundations for any inference.
All the term I threw myself into the most frivolous life of the place. My Harrow schooldays seemed to have come back to me. I had once been a fair cricketer, so I played again for my college, and made decent scores. I coached an indifferent crew on the river. I fell into the slang of the place, which I had hitherto detested. My former friends looked on me askance, as if some freakish changeling had possessed me. Formerly I had been ready for pedantic discussion, I had been absorbed in my work, men had spoken of me as a rising scholar. Now I fled the very mention of things I had once delighted in. The Professor of Northern Antiquities, a scholar of European reputation, meeting me once in the parks, embarked on an account of certain novel rings recently found in Scotland, and to his horror found that, when he had got well under weigh, I had slipped off unnoticed. I heard afterwards that the good old man was found by a friend walking disconsolately with bowed head in the middle of the High Street. Being rescued from among the horses’ feet, he could only murmur, ‘I am thinking of Graves, poor man! And a year ago he was as sane as I am!’
I commenced the journey myself at 6 P.M., as soon as the two donkeys I took with me to ride were caught and saddled. It was a dreary beginning. The escort of Beluches who accompanied me had throughout the former journeys been in great disgrace, and were in consequence all sullen in their manner, and walked with heavy gait and downcast countenances, looking very much as if they considered they had sold themselves when striking such a heavy bargain with us, for they evidently saw nothing before them but drudgery and a continuance of past hardships. The nature of the track increased the general gloom; it lay through fields of jowari (holcus) across the plain of Unyanyembé. In the shadow of night, the stalks, awkwardly lying across the path, tripped up the traveller at every step; and whilst his hands, extended to the front, were grasping at darkness to preserve his equilibrium, the heavy bowing ears, ripe and ready to drop, would bang against his eyes. Further, the heavy sandy soil aided not a little in ruffling the temper; but it was soon over, though all our mortification did not here cease. The pagazis sent forward had deposited their loads and retired home to indulge, it is suspected, in those potations deep of the universal pombé (African small-beer) that always precede a journey, hunt, or other adventure — without leaving a word to explain the reason of their going, or even the time which they purposed being absent.