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l d Sall'lnn
&Hmtt T'f.i i i- h---
now!edtfinir the Uuit,
dlvfiiJt MnTesty'u Ministers.
Ton Mayor, tnj Lady
my lords, Indies, unci
icn-l return you, on he
ller M1esfy Government,
si. ttJH'Pi'c thinks for tlii?
ffto'hlch thi tout has li on
'P'-Jt h .1 pit ly custom of
ilf.ht'nih' in"! ofvciy
ni'1jv lirtLl AM- (III
!!v. .t i 0' lU-l -II
itTYlVP or til i,tlC.
ho bfainuina 'if the
Hstrilll-i1n frnffrtthttr frt nnv
io 16 tliQ ftrealpsl of those
U hislitullYms iipon whoso
si , the freedom f Knglnud
IfCneers.) I have, in i-
(MO.iui allusion which wnr. iuy
Mnyor, have made. 10 rcnm
'spvilh wjiat kind indulgence.
yv tTio dispenser of honors as
'inVany thufc Knylishnicn can
lfns always recognised the
rp those who in any depart
yf'Mrip sprvice nf the Crown
lull tv uu Mien mi'V hi yir
V'iih eoimnittpd to thi'in.
tflnt.lt i' tlic t-'j'ti in nt thi;
t b.f tlic year miuI ou thi oc-
'that oiin rofprrtpo -hoiild
.adfi to tho state of public
!;nud to the work which'lies
Cj' tho Ministers of tho Crown.
Ejhlihar.) If I wore to confine
if;iunely to the lopishitivt'
"ltioh we nie likely to hae
fnn,,l nni nfnnd tint ! should
Jible- lo dnur for ynt any
"JVol pictuie, because -to blow
rdgroFS of otu parliamentary
that I belies i1, with v.irc'-
pJ6f)tion, tho wliotu otthc
0' tuk thnt we shnll umler-
t year h thai which nlready,
previous Administration, e
odgod otirachc! to undcr-
pi;o 'iiiauhinc works slowly.
U3 cntcitnin a not lery
hope that it miy 1)p made
a little fabler, but in any
gislation is to be judged not
.pianlity, not by its rapidity,
tho caution rind circum!ppc-
(ith whieh it is nndirtakfn.
,mKQ) And. in nddressuiij
'c-vto viim ta,ks to which al-
year ago wim ore pledged, we
gtircdlj' not lose ?ijiht of
indinarks by which our couoo
jorto been cuidcd. (Checis.)
'i tiutli, us far is domestic
ire concerned, the whole in-
)f homo politics is absoi Led
consideration of that one
piostion' which now distract
mspla of tho realm. e. at
"upy a position which can-
i.t..Vfiji or miiintrrprpted.
.-mes-4 ii to translate Unit
it I in faor f tho intorgrity
I.mpire (chcors) which we
cd from the constituencies lust
I jr, and aftt-r and rubject to
1 -cat and paramount con-ddern-
rt'O lje,lnw, n-liicli has been
nTeglectod (cheers) to
v rjglUs which have been too
Cld.cn, under ioot, and by so
tp lqytorc that prospi.-nly
'Vd founded on no other
than luspoct for law and
t'lianeo of light. (Cheer-.)
ess wo have already met
npt say much about. J
. the state of. things is de-
ctter than it was. (Hear,
'belicvo that outrages aie
-ifd that! older is bottei
tul, 'tthTiC ii'iii'i are more
ib'nlxed, and though i
uj'j.have you found upon
bo'only u passing and
Kleain of respite I would
JlMl-i! tv ' ill .1 On
1 1 In) riLici. m
v P I' thr', I'.hV' "'
m i hi ' t i".
boeit for i P'og tlJur x v.n I f n
t'tof .htntAef foitiun politic
.. V-i T 5 b' Hi. Jl.'l I .llL lt"V'J
tu i'1''?' Hii5i it r i..' '. n Ii
nt of interest for "in ttt it
lonfler. Uur ftny m V.uyi t, ou
ntll know, hn'i htcn held by
I li.inllirtli Is tf" l; l'ji' Hi'. 'Ut
ft-iM iiidvidii'tl frte loin whifh vould
J Iiimc ilouc ci' dit to rnci - wl.it h bad
1 mj'i d i- i i t i f'rlnr f iind
III ' ' l ' '! !'. i s V ie
jr,..i nj. i f Mi ii "Ii i i i telie WM
W . It-i)l,ft'it liitr. flrtt!d
clip'n.) M I'ord ?nfn, m thusc
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in V '" i; 'i i ' r
I tMKl 'ii' Mv.M ' I ".,' ..
I o r
hr ! ,
J.. Ii ,
I l i lilt
eruuicntH of all colors to be- hlinii'd I things the unltons of 1'nrope 1ihi
in duration ; mil lliu Ittnit j ma
limit of tiine. It i H litnli the
woik we lmf tn do. (Item1, benr )
Wo li'ivo bound oiu.elvf- hvph'dyl -sn
ilUtin'-t nnd sn Pein-I. i t .
i- lountt too snnKiiino
,lliat--yel I believe we m.,y
;gof;y its the short liwo
liijt'fid tli& relation betweea
'FtPt has been olid
VjjjJiu'tfl Hb that, exttu'it tht
filpJirllijti'i) the comiminity
;lhV Violation of pcr
iioM'1 hiii 1ceii uiiliatod, if
fegplPheors..) X need
roi'L' l tho contradict ion
pEppl Uullor has lUiondy
Mll, J do deny that
lrii(iMii nny way been nt
uinipQnui; v.itli tho duties
ppXlis by the law. (Hear,
UU'lHlw" "o iiisjM'ii.iug
ha0 exercised no dipen-
J Jjii liuvt? meiely tried to
villi) lit w n h wo found it.
Viijii'i priMito, n in pub-
t-v,ii,WCil to exhort all wlu,
ijUjiii our inlliKMici to eier-
" right' yith that I'onsidern-
tlit'lr' lellor-citii'iii whieh
ynjy'foUndatiou upon which
onrjnuni'ly can purine its
iif harinony ' and peace.
hear-) This being the con-
uu'jlgs, iu Ireland! will
' iLj pntTt.'.. it'gTliUimi,
ttSDSfii'jty t'ouipof lionont
UjI,w fun obtain it, that
unj ioiniion oi proi
Mi'fltmUy. 1 do not
jaiioii. it jiitiy no no-
Vfei..'l , ir... . ,
UIO nay a nine oi
mil wimt we liavc or
tsrlakeii with as
nj inutn cnmion una
wft ittii coiiuiKrnd.
'ation of Ireland
lie found inoic iu
tllu iu alioration
de Ut popuiii-
-i 1 1 InWi In
could not rulint'l
with a sbffil of hr-iiii
lifti '. hihI ' . i '
U'jtti (m -OUIU. I'd ( til toil
r iiceiur.i 'from fn".r.i apgri'-iion
ntid ii Hiifllcienl fotmd-i'ionfor tho
hope that nnnteln anil, confii'-inn
will be presented m H,i dnmc-ttv
affair. (Ueoi. heiU'.) Wi" hive
til-en fiigngpcl in n !: to vhh-h 1
aui sort? ei r I"iitrlih jMiimtor will
addiiiti hiinsolt with y.cal tho
bringing nf thnt end nearer. (Henv,
hoar.) We believe hrtt the vOiintry
m distintslly innking adronuos. Uus
of the grcCt evil w ith which jp ind,
to eonfeud via-, thft fear of inJon
from -tho desert. I UcIipvo that is
sn approhensjon uw entirelr nt
an end. (Cheer".) Iiiide Kgvpt it
wlf imnmvpmpnt his been rnpi').
The nimi of it arc tnanifest. Hn-
patidage has been completely put
down; order, so far as that is eon-
earned, hat been entirely letotjd;
and the financei, which have been
the fji'put difficulty of Egypt not only
to the politician but to thi
who eonUmphlP Ivijypt from the
I YRjilijre point of this City -the tinanoei
wear a more promising aspect uian
et-r before (Cheers.) Cur hope-,
therefore, are noiisiderabl'S We
biilieve tlic progress that lias been
made is leal, but vn have not as yet
attained tho point where wo can nny
for certain that wo know at what
moment our task will cease. "Wo
fuel that the prosperity, and een
the independence of Egypt from the
itillucncp of any other external
Power is of vital consequence. But
it in not to Fgypt that the thoughts
arc turned of those who consider
our foreign policy 'at the present
tinn . 11 is tho eternal Ka-tcrn
Question that is on in again. Ag'n
mid again Ihmj "ymi heard mi thiii
hall reference n-ndfi by suicc-ie
Ministers to the dilllculties whiih
havfl baffled buecessive genarititmi
of politioians in tbs Nouth-ecst f
Eu; ipe. At the preceiil day there
U f.iaetl)ing '.ovl in the dileulty
frith which we have to deal. 'Iho
Balkan Peninsula is occupying 11
our attention. It is not the Turkiah
Empire that is in question. The
territory which is governed by Tur
key m not in question at this uio
nnwd. Tin territory is a CimUiau
htnle iiih.'.Mtatoil b, a free pojuila
tion, wliotij tiuubletj and whosn
drier havu deeply affected tbe
failings and sympathy of the people
of this country. (Cheers.) Tho
people of Bulgaria, n yon kuor,
tLii ypar ngu excitM tba nipathy
of tUp inhabitants of this country to
sui extraordinary, dgrop, and smes
that time whan they were liberated
from the dominion to whieh they ob
jected, nnd wcie placed in aposition
of independence, Europei ha touiid
ed great hopes upon thorn. It was
hoped that their progress in free
dom and c i ilir.at-ion would furnish
an impassible banier- -a barrier thtt
Turkiskuregimentisnavor could liars
fm nibbed against am jiiTiioinaggrcs
sion from oulMde. ((hoir.) But
their ptogreK has not belind iho
hopes that Kuiopc fixed upon tlium.
Jt In but a few wceka ago. if f re
member light it wi tho time that
wo wote imitcd by ymir rede
pesEnr, who aits bpside me, to meet
him in the Mansion Ifuiise- .hat
tho'o liopi i feeniad to be brigh"-'t,
and that )hs pro.p"cU of Bulgaria
seemed to ho unclouded. Then a
great eatrtitiuphs occurrtd. A mid
night conspiracy which I need not
qualify, (Checr-i.) A midnight
conspiracy of the olllcors in whom
the gallant and able Prince that
then ruled ouir Bulgaria (cneers)
iu irhoii ho had placed hie spe
cial trust, and whom he hud led to
victory -they, debauched b, for
eign gold (i-hcoi) turned against
the rnniu who had led them nid
hurled him fiom tho throne. The
nt cut wan recohnd wtih deep ion
"ternaliun by the coiisoieuci and Iho
timitiinpiit of Europe (ehoeis)
ami with scaicely lcs consternation
did they hear that the rwse-uieoi of
foreign diplomacy had been em
ployed in older to save thoiii nii-u
f i urn the doom that they justly
merited. (Cheeri.) Tio ypettuele
that followed excited similar feel
ings. 1'iicioaehniPiit after i in loach
jnont upon the rights of an iudei en
dent )cophi, uncroaohnicnts foitu
nately hitlioilo limited within the
points of diplomatic menace,
witnr-ed by Kuiopc with the
deepest regret and the most earnest
repiolmtion (hear, hear) and it
was fell Hut Mich events too natur
ally gaie use to sinister rumor,
whieh wo have every' ground to bo
Iicto am unfounded, and too natur
ally gave to the Christian rau-suf
tl Peninsula a gloomy prcwenti
nicut of the fata that Jay befuro
them. Bui if the pioupcut in ono
Kipecl ha lnmu moat lamentable,
in other respects it has hem a pros
pect upon whl h Kuiopcan opiiiiou
ha looked with plca-arp nd with
admiration. Thesu pcoplo of tUa
Bulgarian have had no long aipicn
an inteiesU 'J ho tights vf Bulgaria
arc ansurP(l by the Berlin treaty
ibpr)a treaty upoffi which the
pri"pni pa'P of Kauth-Entern
rripe. lesl Jfneli ftpm-iilation lins
JKSMI llsnil fl. ti) ihC.atUttl(PiVntM1
liiis innntrv would oberv'
r'sifC'Hi i'it lipnin iichj 'iih m
thi vW illons which, In Hip fpiiiuu
cf sonic, i jt has recpi'ved. Tin"
country lias'nn Interctt, but it in not
an isolated interest. (Ifear. hear.)
tt is n corporate interest. In com
bination ilh the othpr l'nwi n
Europe, c have signed thal'treaty,
bid tliorp rests upon us uo inluti'd
dun to vindicate that tiealy if u
should bo bwken. If the Powers of
liutopp, or any cowddprahlo por
tion of thp Powers of Euro jo. tp
cognise the duty nf vindicating
thp tfeaty under' aft)- contingencies
that may arise, I am sure that the
English people will not bo backward
to Vei'oginsc their duty (Loud and
prolonged cheers.) ltut for thoe
v lio wish to know what the policy of
Enulimd will be, I will ask them to
look at tho past. I belicvo that in
spile of occasional and transitory
aberrations the foroisir policy of
England has been and will bo con
tinuous, and T would ask those who
wi!i to know the policy of England
not to waste their time in consider
ing the proclivities of this or that
Minister of the day. (A ,'nrigh.l
l.i't them ask what the English peo
ple have done in the pa3t, and the
will know what tho English people
will do in the futuie, (Loud
cheers.) Three times since this
cent in y has begun the Balkan Pen
insula has been invaded by the hosts
of tho North. The iirat "took place
under the Ministry of tlic Jhiko of
Wcllinalon not an unwarlikc .man
(hear, hoar) but when the imasion
took place England was alone : she
had no allies ; and under tho guid
ance of the Duke of 'WcUinglou she
recognised that no isolated duty fell
upon hpr. that her interests wei c
not engaged, and she contented her
self w ilh a protest. Tho next time
was under the Earl of Aberdeen,
will Known for what may be called
his pacific fanaticis.ni. But that time
England had allies. France, Aus
tiia. and later on Italy as well at
Tin key. ranged themselves on our.
hide in the' European conflict, and
under the guidance of the pacific
Minister, Loid Aberdeen, England
performed her duty as a member of
the Kuiopcan concert. The third
time Loid Bcaeon&fleld was Minis
ter. (Cheers.) lio was not entiiply
averse to exertion or blind to the
duties imposed upuii England by
her glorious past. But again Eng
land was without allies. He recog
nised that an invasion of tho interior
of the Balkan Peninsula was not an
interest of England, that she was
not bound to take any isolated
action; and Lord Beacouslield in
spired and isnidcd a polici of peace.
(Cheeis.) --It wa3 a policy of pic
caution, too, 'for ho louk measures
in ca'-c the cloud of war had turned
towards those sdaits where our
interests unquestionably lie. that
there the power of England should
bo felt and the interests of Eng
land defended. But the point
whkh these precedent extahlieh
--and T hold that in "foreign policy
precedents are especially irduable
is the duties which fall upon Eng
land, not on account of her own
interests but as a member "f the
r.imnean confederacy, whieh s-he
wjll perfoim in concert wilh other
members of the Kuiopcan euiiful
'eriuy; but she will not accept the
duty of maintaining tli,o3c obligations
on behalf of others who do not think
it ncccHsary to maintain them for
thetu-clves. BuL joit must carefully
distinguish tho case v.'hun her own
tut ei Cats arc affected. If British
inteic3tsare affected, England will
ask for no counsel and &etk for no
assistance. (Cheers.) Ibr own
right aim will be strong nough to
defend her interests wheievcr the.
thej aro attacked. (Cheers.) But
in the present case not only tho pic
cedents which I Iiiim- recited to you
will show you that her immediate in
ti'tusls ero not engaged, nut there in
tlni fact that the two great empires
of Austria and Turkey, who them
selves bold teiriiories in the Balkan
Peninsular these events taking
place at their doors look upon Iheni
annarcntlv with equanimity and
without apprehension, andwe.should,
In- unduly fiuthlious and appicheu
ivo if wo thought our interests were
thieatcned when, iu their judgments,
intercuts which aro so near Ihciu are
untouched. (Cheeis.) In this niat
tor Austiia is on the look-out. -The
opinion and judgment of Austiia
intistlunc an jmurmmin weight in
the councils' oft" Her Majesty'i) (hiv
eminent, and the policy which Aus
tiia pur&ucs will tontiibuto veiy
hugely to shape thn policy wliich
England also will pursue. (Cheers.)
But at presentwhatever th future
may liavu in i-toro for us-yl nee no
cause for apprclicnsion that the
groat blessing of European tian
quilhty will bo disturbed. If the
duty of fiiluilhij our obligations or
asset uny our lighu tliouhl fall uion
iu. we know that wo Jthall bu sup
ported iij tho City
F.orop wnl not b diwtKi , that,
Under the mflin-nep of uulTv't" i -i
in J'nronc, the iufaiii Hbpr!ipnvi
h"ap 'jepit tlneateup i wdl nit be
jured- -f't 'Ight wh'.oli neeut t he
ini'tiinvd will continuo unimpaued.
J "tuuic to tin-?, that shall have
to a?k onir sympathy for no tiii'Ai
nres of precnutinn, that we shall
have to vplaiti to you no em of
danger and perplexity Urnl tho
uliiro which lies before u i ft
future of recovering trodci and in
dii'trit i. not a future of destructive
w'Hi ar; and that the Ktipport that wp
"H.ill 'Ituni frcm jou willi'P for no
oitiel i",M'.' thin tlml of achieving
llP Vie1iii" (,f petipe. (I.nlid
thcer-.) Home tNews, Not. Ii,
Dorothy's Foils :
WHO TOOK THE GOLD PIEGE.
ll MAlli. Vltl.T KVIIN'OK.
It was the 24th of Bpccmbor, and
being the 2 Uh of Dereiiibpr, it fol
lows, as o)iybody, b.u and little,
young and old, m all Christian coun
tries, knows, it win the day before
Dorothy Moore was putting on her
hat a faded brown straw Uh u limp
brim and a cracked crown to go
out. .Induing from itsvappearauce.
this tint had lvgun bravely in spring,
cone diceifullv through the sum
mer, and patiently through the
autumn, but had given up iu despair
when obliged to meet the fierce
winds of winter.
Dorothy had her shawl already
on. Such a mite of u shawl ! And
though it was made of wool, and had
a. long heavy fringe, of which no
dout it was very proud, I'm sure, if
it could have spoken, it would have
said to its old friend, "Hat, wo arc
neither of us strong enough for this
season of the year."
"You'd better take the baby with
you, Dorothy." called a piping voice
from an inner room. -'He's wide
awake, bless him! an' he's langlin'
an' snailin' my wools, tho darlint!
sn' I shan't be able to do a thing if
he '-lays wid mo."
Til take him, Mary Ann Byan,"
said Dorothy, cheerfully. "The
dear little fellow hasn't' been out for
thieedas. I'll wrap him in your
shawl, and that will keep him nice
and warm." So raying, she went
into the small room where the baby
a fine-looking wee chap, with big
blown eyes, and a famous dimple in
his chin was sitting on a bed beside
.. very old woman, wiio had a queer
little wrinkled brown face that made
uu think of a hickory -nut.
'llieic nevei wa such a. daihng
in all tho world," said Dorothy,
takinur the baby in her arms aud
ki-sina him. "And did him want to
iroSlawlay with him own Dolly r"
To which question Baby replied
with the niO'-t important word in the
language of Baby land, meaning as
it does so many different things
"Coo!" Thcn'she can led hi in into
the other loom, wrapped him snugly
iu a shawl that looked as though it
miujit be the stout grandmother of
the one she wore herself, tied a
Trim o' Mi.mler capon his head, and
called out i the little old woman,
"Where's the baby's cairiage?"
"hure Mrs. Bluiugaitcit got the
loan of il -isteida," was the reply.
"to "ive her'J'onv an airin'."
- "I il top for it on mi way out,"
said Dorothy. "And if Joseph nnd
Bachel Brown come in before I get
back, th "' two sliees of eoid meat
and some bread in the c!o-et for
their dinners, and a bone the butcher
gac mo for the I '. !ood-bv
Mary Ann lljau."
Ai.tl shutting the loor eaicfully
behind her, wiih Baby iu her nuns,
bhc went down-stair lo tlic iii -t
Jloor, where her brisk knock at a
door brought a pennant faced wo
man with soapsiidsy hands to open
it. "ou'ie after the wagon'f" said
the pleasant-facrd woman.
Tonv hail a line rido iu it yesterday
"Wait a minute and I'll fetch it.'
And nhe proceeded to drag a quecr
luuking M'hiclc out into the hall,
and fiom thence to the sidewalk.
on would bine smiled if you could
hint- ccu it, for it was no more nor
less than a cry small clothes-baket
set on wheels, with an old umbrella
fastened oer it iu some, mysterious
way. .Mrs, Blumgailen wiped her
hands on her gingham apron, shook
up tho pillow, and taking Baby
from Dorothy, tendeily placed him
in his "carriage."
"And where go you now, Doro
thy';" she asked, wilh the ficcdom
of an old friend. ,
"To Mrs. Hallow's, one. of the
Indies that's getting up the Hospital
1'jir. ,Shu sent u boy early this
morning to tell MarV Ann Hyim bho
wanted to see her to glvo her an
older for some Knitted thing. Of
course she don't know that Maty
Ann By an hasn't walked out of tho
room for four months. So I'm going
instead, and I hope it's a big order,
and that Maiv Ann By an can get died.
some or it done jy to-niglil, ror
shc6 out of lea and sugar, ami to
morrow 's Christmas. Joioph Brown t
thought to gie her a pound of eaeh, (
but tho kindh',-wood man don't
pay him as much a, ho utcd to, and
there hasn't been any Hiiow-fchovfl-
iJIU iiu uccus n t
, ,. n'ii Mod, i"l h sni-J i...m
get'.ing i etder and icddei ilh tru
eold, iiiuil slip readied the bandsoi u
browt'-ntoni' house in whiih Mrs.
u.'ow tiypit. lleri wlie tiullerl Hif
j i't tnl'le tni ait i m'e
tooRsli ImI.v from it. and ri'tic me
Inapinpm l u-r-iell. A iiuu iPikin
maidservan'. nsrfrd lipriir-f an I
learning her errand. Initio he-r eonie
in ntid waUJn tl. kitchen. "And
gio her a piece of mince-pie.'"
whispered this maid to the jolly
faced cook, "nnd the baby a drink
of warm milk, while J go and tell
the mistress. Poor llilngs! they
don't look very Christmas1 ."
I'll do that samp Xorah, my
dear, wid pleasure. '" aid the eook,'
And w hen' iNorah came back,
Dorothy had just finished her pie,
nnd the baby was drinking the last
drop of his milk. "You are to go
upstairs, little, girl,' she said. "Til f
show you the way, while cook holds
the baby." ' - '
But Baby would not go to cook in
spito of all her coaxing, hut, buried
his face on Dorothy's shoulder, and
hugged her so tightly that he nearly
choked her. "Why didn't you leave
him nt home?" asked conk.
"There was no one to taVe carp
of him,"answried Dorothy, meekly.
"Mary Ann 7.y an has her knitting
work to do, and Rachel Brown's
gone to school. I'll have to lake
him with me. He'll bo good."
'Well, bring him along." said
Xorah, rather reluctantly, and she
led the way lo tho second-story
loom, which was a winter room in
deed. Beautiful heavy rugs covered
the lloor, lovely crimson siifc mir
tains hung at the windows, and a
bit; lire glowed in a biir grate. Here,
writing at a rosewood writing-desk,
sat a lady die ed in a purple ilk
mnrning-iiown. trimmed with eieaui
colored lace, and weurunr, the dain
tiest of caps upon her curly head.
She looked somewhat surprised when
shu saw two children instead of one.
but after her maid had whispered a
few woids to her, she smiled ami
called Dorothy to her side. It took
only a few moments to make the
quick-witted little girl understand
what Kind of articles the lady
wanted, and lmw manv, and then
Dorothy toiled down the long stairs
and out into tlic area, where she
placed Baby in his "carriage" again
and started for home. But she had
only gone a few blocks when some
one came hastily up behind her and
lapped her sharply on the shoulder,
and turnin'g. she -aw tlie neat-looking
maid whom Ihe cool: had called
"Where ir. the gold piece thr-ten-dollai
gold piece you took from
Mrs. Harlow's desk:" she asked.
Dorothy turned pale. "1 took no
gold piece." she faltered. "I iieer
cerr saw one."
"It was there when you went into
the room.'' aid Noiah, sternly,
and it was gone when you left."
And beekoning to a policeman who
stood near, she gave the f lightened
child in chaigp. "My niislre and
I will be at the court in a
moments," she assured him,
then darted away again.
Poor Dorothy! poor scared
uocent little Dorothy ! her heai I s-uik
within her when she found herself
standing before the Judge.
"I look no gold piece," "he said,
as sho had aheady said lo the maid.
"I inner even saw one.,'
"What is your name?" risked tin
Where do von live?"
"No. I I.ittie Street, top floor."
"What is your father?"
"I haven't any father."
1 haven't any mother."
" ith r.hom do you live, then?"
"And who ai p-your folks?"
".Mary Ann Byau. Joeph Brown,
ltachel Brown, Baby, and Bliz
zard." The Judge put on his spectacles
and looked keenly at the child.
"Tell me all about yourself and
your folks," he said iua kind voice.
"My father was a soldier. He
w.is wounded. A Jong while after
the war was imsr he got cold iu the.
out woumi, ami tiled. J lion my
mother died too, she was so sorry.
My grandfather was a Ihiakei. He
sent me money to come to England,
wheic he Ihcd, but died too be
foic I could start. So I staid lieie.
for nobody wauled me there when
ho was dead. Maiy Ann Uan
she's eighty-live yeais old Used to
keep a peanut and candy stand by
the City Hall. She got the rheuma
tism In her legs ; she got it very
bad. I liked her, because she had
been good to ine, and when my
mother went to heaven I took Mary
Ann ilynu with me. Sho U nearly
well unn, but sho can only walk a
few steps at a time. But she can
knit wonderful, aud she has taught
ine some, and sometime-, we earn as
much as three dollars a week."
"And Jimmy and Uuchel
Brown?" said the Judge.
"Joseph ami ltachel Brown you
mean, sir. They'ic orphan- too,
and their hteji-father wouldn't take
caro of Iheni after their inothei
I found Iheni Mltiii"; h j.
hnsp'Ml. Win i tin
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Mt Harlow, -ilu ymi
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lriahtpncl. v '
luighfv'n, i4n t-iu
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and behold ' any
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I saw the
knew If .
hump v i'
ing to .Mis
r'V. .Ultl hp
'ear- m his
. s t.,h .
maid picked it Up
to her mlslre.
Dorothy," said she:
iei I wih her and all her folk
.eerrv ( hri-Mma.' And them
se'j -i snnl in that cntirt-iooni
ui' '! i Phn thi? wish.
the surprisimj and
thi child has told in
way, do ym still "
Kilt at this rnomnnt a. hrill khit
w-i-i heard ftying.
"Whet'p i'liPv" and tn stn- lv
uipri, half earrvlns old witnin
beiwcpii ihrtii. i-uue ml" i . tf.-i
When s -Pi ?" eripd litis nhl
womnn. " I'ln bghi of v w .
the daiirirt that saved me livm tli"
poor llOltsP. She sl,n! It, . i'i
angel from heen womd si.t' -
soon as he ? '
"Oh, Man Ann r?.in !"" i.rlaiin
pd Dorothy : but ! fi 'h .,il'l
say aiiothi'f word ." t i--ie t ! y
dragging a tiny girl b the ltatd,
and followed by' a h.'i,,dy-l.giid
dog, rushed to her side, and shak
ing Ills fist at the Jlldgt , er Coined :
"Bet ln.r go! lot her go! She never
stole nntliiu,' n(t ilid'nt. Mie's Mif i
best girl er bcd, sli, .-. m14. f
took me and my little. sM.-i mie
an 'doptcd us. an' icariud u i .,
to read, she did; an' she 1mi.,. d !
Blizzard too, she did. vi no
thief. She's too too ton twnd,"
And Blixxaid, hearing hi-, name.
felt called upon io bark loudly and
tear ftroutnt Dorothy likoiuud.
Then the baby benau to cr.
HMiinas ntorninsr saw Hip
"i No. 4 Lit tip sih-m,
liioiiu'b by mack mln a
"v, cnnifoiinlui hitnp. The dititfv
, fiiriiei v lis jDi i . mid a biiuhi ii'-w
! m. o(i re I Urn v !i.le floor A jenr
i ol ninstn, .'iirtu n took Hip ilae
j M thn . 1 sii,(.. The ( n sm
J m nrk(i sway ;n thp IniUnm of
'Ii iHpti'ifl, ,,'l (p f,,, siiimiH'l'
j 11-.'. Hie' ! ipli'O'llM JW flowed Old
i er.aklrtl in Hie tiiw?.. thai was
hl'iP times it sip., t III tin? tahlo
I tinl n to-key alnndy ennkpd,wi'llt
j -i difth of slew imI ennberries on ono
1 site of it ai,d a plnin pudding on
o,e olliei, i,nd Hu sIicIm"' of the
upboirrd pre lillpit with packages
i f tin- er'. boni gtotvries. Doio
tin's sii.tv i ,ij wont off in (lie :.lt-
bnr'l. nnd a nice dark felt with it
feather es ni-tuiily ft fiiither,
thou, i not a viiy large ono - l)img
on tin' w i t.iider a ( hrbtma.
wreath, win p Dorothy cnuil look
M i i i i other IliilHlli'.
e.' Biihy whv, Baby got so
i my things that I can't foineiTibe.r
Hie tjuarter of their, l-ut, bostof-ail.
iii- muther came hack cured from
the hospital, and agreed with thank
fulness and joy to the proposal that
-he should be ft inn chat thrice merry
t In-Mnias Day oup of Dorothy's
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S Huiilis . ' L'.'ji'd 'cluber.
yf 1,qihIoji-- I lig thi wiulw.
cuarcoai uo.v oiitbiiir lliu grocers
store, and they liadn't bad au tiling
to cat or a whole day ; so I took
them home wilh me. And ititehel
he's only six-sho yoi to mIiooI,
ami Joseph ho'-j twelve, and ho
Un't protty, hut he'u jjood Iielpai a
kimtjuig wood Willi, and hovcl
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