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man ' Here s law , , R but obert surel , I bring y wedded thy wife in to the thee eye , wedded of God to which tliee children , saw perhaps the but contract even with by ;
wedded also to thee in heartto be the mother of thy , a tender and would conscience again speak that would its vows have , in the the w blessing ords made of the sacred Church by to saintl this wedlock sanction ,
and The long vicar usage joined . " their hands together , and holding them locked in his together Hol own " y Kobert , he Church lifted let and no his man Nancy the right put relief hand , ye asunder of are and your , man said but oppressed , — and in obedience wife consciences . Whom to the , and ordinances God to hath give a joined of more the
solemn sanction , stand to that your marriage soon as vows maybe , you , you promise will be before again married God , in whose in the utmost presence Church need in you which ! What your , sayst bann , s thou have Kobert been published ?" . So help you God in your
with " " Oi Oi a gentle promise promise , loving , " fro said ' t' e bottom arnestness Nancy , falling ' , . heart on her . " which husband the ' s vicar neck , and kissing about the
chamber After a he pause summoned of a few all the minutes famil , y during into the room . paced When , they were assembled , the and vicar , standing said at the bedside , and holding
Nancy on " either My and brethren side Kob the ert and hand have sisters of told Kobert , in me my what office Nancy they of minister have , withheld : — of Christ from ' s H their oly Gospel neighr- ,
law desire bours , certainl , als that o to they y be in married the are man eye of again and God wife in . , the . Let They Church no man are , and so put wedded I them purpose , asunder perhaps , therefore and . , to But by ask , they God the 's
blessing willing The , vicar myself of Heaven then to marry sank on this on them his act knees in of Assheton conscience and silentl Church . " y pra next yed week , as did , all present .,
Kising presently he shook all by the , hands , and left the tavern with Oliver without speaking another word
. tained This in passage these volumes speaks for dep itself icting ; with it is one the truth among of many nature such the con in-
dicated cidents , two joyous as d well ifferen , as t sorr hases owful of , life of humlble and thoug life . ht presented We have in to - p
us in Scarsda very leand it affords others as deeply interesting , and as widel novel y , that diversified it both , ; indeed attempts , it is and the fulfils chief blemish too much of , the has book too many , as a t
absorbed characters , the too materials many incidents of several , and novel too man s , and y interests also of , a has treatise , in shor on
Social Science .
Open Council. 141
OPEN COUNCIL . 141
XXL—OPEN COUNCIL . ( As these pages themselve are intende s _responsible d for general for the discussion opinions , expressed the Editors . ) do not hold
To The Jeditor Of The Jenglish Woman's J...
To the JEditor of the JEnglish Woman ' s Journal . As Madam I understand , that your Journal penetrates as far as New arti Zealand le in , I
ta ment New ke ad of Zealand v Women antag newspaper e of , for it to seeking o , ffer reproachin a to enlarge observat g the the Society i sp on here s i for n of Promoting p female ly to an occupations the Emp c loy in a -
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Oct. 1, 1860, page 141, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01101860/page/69/