鈥淗ow are my father and mother?鈥?he asked hurriedly, as he got into the carriage. 鈥淭he Master鈥檚 well, sir,鈥?was the answer, 鈥渂ut the Missis is very sadly.鈥?The horse knew that he was going home and pulled hard at the reins. The weather was cold and raw 鈥?the very ideal of a November day; in one part of the road the floods were out, and near here they had to pass through a number of horsemen and dogs, for the hounds had met that morning at a place near Battersby. Ernest saw several people whom he knew, but they either, as is most likely, did not recognise him, or did not know of his good luck. When Battersby church tower drew near, and he saw the Rectory on the top of the hill, its chimneys just showing above the leafless trees with which it was surrounded, he threw himself back in the carriage and covered his face with his hands. 鈥淚 don鈥檛 want their sympathy,鈥?said Corinna stubbornly. 双色球103期专家预测 鈥淚 don鈥檛 want their sympathy,鈥?said Corinna stubbornly. matter what part of the United States or Canada they come from, Machecawa was quite equal to the emergency, for when asked by the Chief if he liked sugar he replied: moment I could scarcely make out anything; then I saw a big easy one in my life. I've never even looked at one (except from the car CONVENT DAYS. 鈥淭hen I think he was on the high road to Rome; now, however, he seems to be a good deal struck with a suggestion of mine in which you, too, perhaps may be interested. You see we must infuse new life into the Church somehow; we are not holding our own against either Rome or infidelity.鈥?(I may say in passing that I do not believe Ernest had as yet ever seen an infidel 鈥?not to speak to.) 鈥淚 proposed, therefore, a few days back to Pryer 鈥?and he fell in eagerly with the proposal as soon as he saw that I had the means of carrying it out 鈥?that we should set on foot a spiritual movement somewhat analogous to the Young England movement of twenty years ago, the aim of which shall be at once to outbid Rome on the one hand, and scepticism on the other. For this purpose I see nothing better than the foundation of an institution or college for placing the nature and treatment of sin on a more scientific basis than it rests at present. We want 鈥?to borrow a useful term of Pryer鈥檚 鈥?a College of Spiritual Pathology where young men鈥?(I suppose Ernest thought he was no longer young by this time) 鈥渕ay study the nature and treatment of the sins of the soul as medical students study those of the bodies of their patients. Such a college, as you will probably admit, will approach both Rome on the one hand, and science on the other 鈥?Rome, as giving the priesthood more skill, and therefore as paving the way for their obtaining greater power, and science, by recognising that even free thought has a certain kind of value in spiritual enquiries. To this purpose Pryer and I have resolved to devote ourselves henceforth heart and soul. 鈥淚 don鈥檛 want their sympathy,鈥?said Corinna stubbornly. "Faith, an it's tirrible sorry I am that I'm not used to public shpaking, fur I cud tell yer Honor about Shparks an' the bear."