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.nhonor of the event, at which four
orations of her descendants wore present.
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easy in his mind next morning when ho
awoke nnd reflected on what had
p&iecl. However upset liis niece might
Lave been at the conduct of her lover,
she was the sort of girl who would revenge
herself on her relatives for the
humiliation she had suffered bjr
the man in spite of everything. His
lordship was, therefore, more disgusted
than surprised when his vallet brought
ilm the news that the house was in
"commotion, because Miss Eva had disappeared,
and was supposed to have
run away in the night."
Without losing a moment, Lord Lyd-brook
dressed liimself, and rode down
to the "Three Cups." He was very
much relieved to find that "Mr. Charles1'
was still in bed aucl asleep, but his
uneasiness revivedTwhen he recognized
his niece's handwriting on a note addressed
to the young man, which had
been brought by one of the railway
porters, li ever Lord Lydbrook felt
inclined to violate the sanctity of a letter,
. it was on that occasion. He restrained
his first impulse, however, and
carried the letter to "Mr. Charles'1 in
The young man was sleeping
Eerson. when Lord Lydbrook woke him
and put the missive into his hand.
"Mr. Charles" Was evidently dull of
comprehension after the previous night's
dissipation, for he read the letter once
or twice with a very blank expression,
and then handed it to Lord Lydbrook,
and asked him, peevishly, what the
deuce it meatit. The note ran thus:
"Miss Marchmont presents her compliments
to ' Charles1 and regrets she
has mistaken her feelings toward him.
Miss Marchmont is sure Charles1 will
agree with her that they had better not
meet again. Miss Marchmont is leaving
home for a long time, to stay with
her sister, and incloses a bank note foi
"What the dickens does it mean?"
repeated the young man, using a very
strong expletive, and eyeing Lord Lydbrook
"It means," said my lord, quietly,
tearing the letter into shreds, and laying
the bank note on the bed, "that
you have made a most confounded fool
of yourself, and deserve to be thrashed
for your impertinence. My niece has
been obliged to leave home on purpose
to avoid you, and if you ever attempt
to anuoyher again, or any of her
111 horsewhip you." London
Exposed by Chloroform.
About six years ago a man by the
name of Littlepage was convicted in the
Henrico Circuit Court of forgery and
sentenced to the penitentiary. Shortly
after his sentence he appealed to the
Governor for a pardon, on the grounds
that he became paralyzed and could not
"speak. For more than a year the
prisoner was not known to have uttered
a word. Governor Kemper appointed a
medical commission, consisting of two
or three eminent medical men, to examine
the prisoner. Littlepage was put
under theinlluencc of chloroform, when
he laughed and talked as lib as any
one. The pretended paralytic told how
he had deceived the oilicials. Of course
the Governor refused to grant the pardon,
and Littlepage was sent to the
penitentiary, where he served his full
term. Richmond State.
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From Rev PN. GRANGER.
Presiding Elder of the St. Albans Districi .
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