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The twins had been spoiled by their widowed mother, Mrs. Billette, even before the time when they had been kidnapped and spirited off by a hideous Spaniard. But since their recovery, their joyful mother had indulged them in every way until they had become well nigh unmanageable. Yet in spite of everything, the twins were very lovable, and every one loved them, even those whom they annoyed most.

The joyful loyalty with which men have everywhere suffered the king, the noble, or the great proprietor to walk among them, by a law of his own, make his own scale of men and things and reverse theirs, pay for benefits not with money but with honor, and represent the Law in his person, was the hieroglyphic by which they obscurely signified their consciousness of their own right and comeliness, the right of every man.

His last morning at the school he woke early, full of joyful excitement, and heard the familiar cries with a thankful sense that he would never hear them again. He said no good-byes, made no farewell visits.

'Thou hast again spoken sooth, O Wazir," said the King and sent one to call the Sage who came in joyful mood for he knew not what had appointed for him the Compassionate; as a certain poet saith by way of illustration:

"What!" he exclaimed in joyful surprise, "do you know Tegner?" and immediately continued the quotation. There was no resisting the hospitable persuasions of the family; we were obliged to take supper and spend the evening with them.

And Liza feeling quite joyful and light of heart called back: 'Yus! ''Oorray! shouted Sally in answer. 'Thet's right, Liza, called Jim; and he smiled pleasantly as she looked at him. 'There's just room for you two 'ere, said Harry, pointing to the vacant places by his side. 'Arright! said Tom. 'I must jest go an' get a 'at an' tell mother, said Liza. 'There's just three minutes.

She uttered a joyful cry, and threw her arms caressingly round her mother's neck. "Well! you are agreed?" she said, making a gracious sign to Serge. "He has been charming," replied Madame Desvarennes, whispering in her daughter's ear. "He agrees to live in this house, and that quite gracefully. There, child, this is the happiest moment I've had since your engagement.

I was not included among them, to my sorrow, and had no idea how long I might be kept at Brest. It was only a day or two later when we were made happy by the news that our time to depart had come. It was joyful news and made our hearts beat with the joy that only a returning soldier knows.

But because he gave room and honour to the gospel, the gospel in return has given him far more room and honour more than he could have dared to wish for. The gospel now received its first testimony in blood. With joyful confidence Luther beheld what God had done, but could not refrain from lamenting, with sorrowful humility, that he himself had not been found worthy of martyrdom.

Past sorrows cast their inevitable forward shadows, but the present is nevertheless joyous in full content, luminous with halo of future hopes. Each day Pierre Lanier calls at the asylum. Through Sir Donald's previous suggestion, Pierre is accorded special privileges. Paul grows hysterically joyful when his father comes. Alone after these oft-recurring visits, Paul sobs bitterly.