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At the head of all of them I would place the counterfeiter, the man whose mechanical ability and resourcefulness makes him a menace to the government. His work requires a technical training of many years. Cleaner than the average in mechanical skill, his is a profession envied by his lesser fellows.
What the Wreck had Brought to Aros.
But no, he thought. I am done with the way I was, I am done with everything I learned. I am a seagull like every other seagull, and I will fly like one. So he climbed painfully to a hundred feet and flapped his wings harder, pressing for shore.
That’s not complimentary to you, dear Louisa, and still less to your brilliant brother; for Mr. Cockerel explains that he means it (the bad effect of Paris) chiefly of men. In fact he means the bad effect of Europe altogether. This, however, is compromising to mamma; and I’m afraid there’s no doubt that, from what I’ve told him, he thinks mamma also an idiot. (I’m not responsible, you know — I’ve always wanted to go home.) If mamma knew him, which she doesn’t, for she always closes her eyes when I pass on his arm, she would think him disgusting. Mr. Leverett meanwhile assures me he’s nothing to what we shall see yet. He’s from Philadelphia (Mr. Cockerel); he insists that we shall go and see Philadelphia, but mamma says she saw it in 1855 and it was then affreux. Mr. Cockerel says that mamma’s evidently not familiar with the rush of improvement in this country; he speaks of 1855 as if it were a hundred years ago. Mamma says she knows it goes only too fast, the rush — it goes so fast that it has time to do nothing well; and then Mr. Cockerel, who, to do him justice, is perfectly good-natured, remarks that she had better wait till she has been ashore and seen the improvements. Mamma retorts that she sees them from here, the awful things, and that they give her a sinking of the heart. (This little exchange of ideas is carried on through me; they’ve never spoken to each other.) Mr. Cockerel, as I say, is extremely good-natured, and he bears out what I’ve heard said about the men in America being very considerate of the women. They evidently listen to them a great deal; they don’t contradict them, but it seems to me this is rather negative. There’s very little gallantry in not contradicting one; and it strikes me that there are some things the men don’t express. There are others on the ship whom I’ve noticed. It’s as if they were all one’s brothers or one’s cousins. The extent to which one isn’t in danger from them — my dear, my dear! But I promised you not to generalise, and perhaps there will be more expression when we arrive. Mr. Cockerel returns to America, after a general tour, with a renewed conviction that this is the only country. I left him on deck an hour ago looking at the coast-line with an opera-glass and saying it was the prettiest thing he had seen in all his travels. When I remarked that the coast seemed rather low he said it would be all the easier to get ashore. Mr. Leverett at any rate doesn’t seem in a hurry to get ashore, he’s sitting within sight of me in a corner of the saloon — writing letters, I suppose, but looking, from the way he bites his pen and rolls his eyes about, as if he were composing a sonnet and waiting for a rhyme. Perhaps the sonnet’s addressed to me; but I forget that he suppresses the affections! The only person in whom mamma takes much interest is the great French critic, M. Lejaune, whom we have the honour to carry with us. We’ve read a few of his works, though mamma disapproves of his tendencies and thinks him a dreadful materialist. We’ve read them for the style; you know he’s one of the new Academicians. He’s a Frenchman like any other, except that he’s rather more quiet; he has a grey moustache and the ribbon of the Legion of Honour. He’s the first French writer of distinction who has been to America since De Tocqueville; the French, in such matters, are not very enterprising. Also he has the air of wondering what he’s doing dans cette galère. He has come with his beau-frère, who’s an engineer and is looking after some mines, and he talks with scarcely any one else, as he speaks no English and appears to take for granted that no one speaks French. Mamma would be delighted to convince him of the contrary; she has never conversed with an Academician. She always makes a little vague inclination, with a smile, when he passes her, and he answers with a most respectful bow; but it goes no further, to mamma’s disappointment. He’s always with the beau-frère, a rather untidy fat bearded man — decorated too, always smoking and looking at the feet of the ladies, whom mamma (though she has very good feet) has not the courage to aborder. I believe M. Lejaune is going to write a book about America, and Mr. Leverett says it will be terrible. Mr. Leverett has made his acquaintance and says M. Lejaune will put him into his book; he says the movement of the French intellect is superb. As a general thing he doesn’t care for Academicians, but M. Lejaune’s an exception — he’s so living, so remorseless, so personal.
13:1 [hgb] 那 日 ， 必 给 大 卫 家 和 耶 路 撒 冷 的 居 民 ， 开 一 个 泉 源 ， 洗 除 罪 恶 与 污 秽 。 [kjv] In that day there shall be a fountain opened to the house of David and to the inhabitants of Jerusalem for sin and for uncleanness. [bbe] In that day there will be a fountain open to the family of David and to the people of Jerusalem, for sin and for that which is unclean. 13:2 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 说 ， 那 日 ， 我 必 从 地 上 除 灭 偶 像 的 名 ， 不 再 被 人 记 念 。 也 必 使 这 地 不 再 有 假 先 知 与 污 秽 的 灵 。 [kjv] And it shall come to pass in that day, saith the LORD of hosts, that I will cut off the names of the idols out of the land, and they shall no more be remembered: and also I will cause the prophets and the unclean spirit to pass out of the land. [bbe] And it will come about on that day, says the Lord of armies, that I will have the names of the images cut off out of the land, and there will be no more memory of them: and I will send all the prophets and the unclean spirit away from the land. 13:3 [hgb] 若 再 有 人 说 预 言 ， 生 他 的 父 母 必 对 他 说 ， 你 不 得 存 活 ， 因 为 你 托 耶 和 华 的 名 说 假 预 言 。 生 他 的 父 母 在 他 说 预 言 的 时 候 ， 要 将 他 刺 透 。 [kjv] And it shall come to pass, that when any shall yet prophesy, then his father and his mother that begat him shall say unto him, Thou shalt not live; for thou speakest lies in the name of the LORD: and his father and his mother that begat him shall thrust him through when he prophesieth. [bbe] And if anyone goes on acting as a prophet, then his father and his mother who gave him life will say to him, You may not go on living, for you are saying what is false in the name of the Lord; and his father and his mother will put a sword through him when he does so. 13:4 [hgb] 那 日 ， 凡 作 先 知 说 预 言 的 ， 必 因 他 所 论 的 异 象 羞 愧 ， 不 再 穿 毛 衣 哄 骗 人 。 [kjv] And it shall come to pass in that day, that the prophets shall be ashamed every one of his vision, when he hath prophesied; neither shall they wear a rough garment to deceive: [bbe] And it will come about in that day that the prophets will be shamed, every man on account of his vision, when he is talking as a prophet; and they will not put on a robe of hair for purposes of deceit: 13:5 [hgb] 他 必 说 ， 我 不 是 先 知 ， 我 是 耕 地 的 。 我 从 幼 年 作 人 的 奴 仆 。 [kjv] But he shall say, I am no prophet, I am an husbandman; for man taught me to keep cattle from my youth. [bbe] But he will say, I am no prophet, but a worker on the land; for I have been an owner of land from the time when I was young. 13:6 [hgb] 必 有 人 问 他 说 ， 你 两 臂 中 间 是 什 么 伤 呢 ？ 他 必 回 答 说 ， 这 是 我 在 亲 友 家 中 所 受 的 伤 。 [kjv] And one shall say unto him, What are these wounds in thine hands? Then he shall answer, Those with which I was wounded in the house of my friends. [bbe] And if anyone says to him, What are these wounds between your hands? then he will say, Those with which I was wounded in the house of my friends. 13:7 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 说 ， 刀 剑 哪 ， 应 当 兴 起 ， 攻 击 我 的 牧 人 ， 和 我 的 同 伴 。 击 打 牧 人 ， 羊 就 分 散 ， 我 必 反 手 加 在 微 小 者 的 身 上 。 [kjv] Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, and against the man that is my fellow, saith the LORD of hosts: smite the shepherd, and the sheep shall be scattered: and I will turn mine hand upon the little ones. [bbe] Awake! O sword, against the keeper of my flock, and against him who is with me, says the Lord of armies: put to death the keeper of the sheep, and the sheep will go in flight: and my hand will be turned against the little ones. 13:8 [hgb] 耶 和 华 说 ， 这 全 地 的 人 ， 三 分 之 二 ， 必 剪 除 而 死 ， 三 分 之 一 ， 仍 必 存 留 。 [kjv] And it shall come to pass, that in all the land, saith the LORD, two parts therein shall be cut off and die; but the third shall be left therein. [bbe] And it will come about that in all the land, says the Lord, two parts of it will be cut off and come to an end; but the third will be still living there. 13:9 [hgb] 我 要 使 这 三 分 之 一 经 火 ， 熬 炼 他 们 ， 如 熬 炼 银 子 ， 试 炼 他 们 ， 如 试 炼 金 子 。 他 们 必 求 告 我 的 名 ， 我 必 应 允 他 们 。 我 要 说 ， 这 是 我 的 子 民 。 他 们 也 要 说 ， 耶 和 华 是 我 们 的 神 。 [kjv] And I will bring the third part through the fire, and will refine them as silver is refined, and will try them as gold is tried: they shall call on my name, and I will hear them: I will say, It is my people: and they shall say, The LORD is my God. [bbe] And I will make the third part go through the fire, cleaning them as silver is made clean, and testing them as gold is tested: and they will make their prayer to me and I will give them an answer: I will say, It is my people; and they will say, The Lord is my God.
1.“Department of State?” Pandora very prettily and soundlessly mouthed across at him.
2.Mr. Huddlestone protested that nothing had been further from his mind.>