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“You came from Gibraltar, didn’t you?” said the mermaid, playing with her looking-glass, which the sea ladies carry as ours do their fans.
Master Arthur MacTurk was at the famous school of the Reverend Clement Coddler, along with a hundred and ten other young fashionables, from the age of three to fifteen; and to this establishment Jemmy sent our Tug, adding forty guineas to the hundred and twenty paid every year for the boarders. I think I found out the dear soul’s reason; for, one day, speaking about the school to a mutual acquaintance of ours and the Kilblazes, she whispered to him that “she never would have thought of sending her darling boy at the rate which her next-door neighbors paid; THEIR lad, she was sure, must be starved: however, poor people, they did the best they could on their income!”
“I’m sorry to say I have not.”
8:1 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 的 话 临 到 我 说 ， [kjv] Again the word of the LORD of hosts came to me, saying, [bbe] And the word of the Lord of armies came to me, saying, 8:2 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 我 为 锡 安 心 里 极 其 火 热 。 我 为 她 火 热 ， 向 她 的 仇 敌 发 烈 怒 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD of hosts; I was jealous for Zion with great jealousy, and I was jealous for her with great fury. [bbe] These are the words of the Lord of armies: I am angry about the fate of Zion, I am angry about her with great wrath. 8:3 [hgb] 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 我 现 在 回 到 锡 安 ， 要 住 在 耶 路 撒 冷 中 。 耶 路 撒 冷 必 称 为 诚 实 的 城 ， 万 军 之 耶 和 华 的 山 必 称 为 圣 山 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD; I am returned unto Zion, and will dwell in the midst of Jerusalem: and Jerusalem shall be called a city of truth; and the mountain of the LORD of hosts the holy mountain. [bbe] This is what the Lord has said: I have come back to Zion, and will make my living-place in Jerusalem: and Jerusalem will be named The town of good faith; and the mountain of the Lord of armies The holy mountain. 8:4 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 将 来 必 有 年 老 的 男 女 ， 坐 在 耶 路 撒 冷 街 上 。 因 为 年 纪 老 迈 就 手 拿 拐 杖 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD of hosts; There shall yet old men and old women dwell in the streets of Jerusalem, and every man with his staff in his hand for very age. [bbe] This is what the Lord of armies has said: There will again be old men and old women seated in the open spaces of Jerusalem, every man with his stick in his hand because he is so old. 8:5 [hgb] 城 中 街 上 必 满 有 男 孩 女 孩 玩 耍 。 [kjv] And the streets of the city shall be full of boys and girls playing in the streets thereof. [bbe] And the open spaces of the town will be full of boys and girls playing in its open spaces. 8:6 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 到 那 日 ， 这 事 在 余 剩 的 民 眼 中 看 为 希 奇 ， 在 我 眼 中 也 看 为 希 奇 吗 ？ 这 是 万 军 之 耶 和 华 说 的 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD of hosts; If it be marvellous in the eyes of the remnant of this people in these days, should it also be marvellous in mine eyes? saith the LORD of hosts. [bbe] This is what the Lord of armies has said: If this is a wonder to the rest of this people, is it a wonder to me? says the Lord of armies. 8:7 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 我 要 从 东 方 从 西 方 救 回 我 的 民 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD of hosts; Behold, I will save my people from the east country, and from the west country; [bbe] This is what the Lord of armies has said: See, I will be the saviour of my people from the east country, and from the west country; 8:8 [hgb] 我 要 领 他 们 来 ， 使 他 们 住 在 耶 路 撒 冷 中 。 他 们 要 作 我 的 子 民 ， 我 要 作 他 们 的 神 ， 都 凭 诚 实 和 公 义 。 [kjv] And I will bring them, and they shall dwell in the midst of Jerusalem: and they shall be my people, and I will be their God, in truth and in righteousness. [bbe] And I will make them come and be living in Jerusalem and they will be to me a people and I will be to them a God, in good faith and in righteousness. 8:9 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 当 建 造 万 军 之 耶 和 华 的 殿 ， 立 根 基 之 日 的 先 知 所 说 的 话 ， 现 在 你 们 听 见 ， 应 当 手 里 强 壮 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD of hosts; Let your hands be strong, ye that hear in these days these words by the mouth of the prophets, which were in the day that the foundation of the house of the LORD of hosts was laid, that the temple might be built. [bbe] This is what the Lord of armies has said: Let your hands be strong, you who are now hearing these words from the mouths of the prophets, that is to say, in the days when the base of the house of the Lord of armies has been put in place for the building of the house, that is the Temple. 8:10 [hgb] 那 日 以 先 ， 人 得 不 着 雇 价 ， 牲 畜 也 是 如 此 。 且 因 敌 人 的 缘 故 ， 出 入 之 人 ， 不 得 平 安 。 乃 因 我 使 众 人 互 相 攻 击 。 [kjv] For before these days there was no hire for man, nor any hire for beast; neither was there any peace to him that went out or came in because of the affliction: for I set all men every one against his neighbour. [bbe] For before those days there was no payment for a man's work, or for the use of a beast, and there was no peace for him who went out or him who came in, because of the attacker: for I had every man turned against his neighbour. 8:11 [hgb] 但 如 今 ， 我 待 这 余 剩 的 民 必 不 像 从 前 。 这 是 万 军 之 耶 和 华 说 的 。 [kjv] But now I will not be unto the residue of this people as in the former days, saith the LORD of hosts. [bbe] But now I will not be to the rest of this people as I was in the past, says the Lord of armies. 8:12 [hgb] 因 为 他 们 必 平 安 撒 种 。 葡 萄 树 必 结 果 子 ， 地 土 必 有 出 产 ， 天 也 必 降 甘 露 。 我 要 使 这 余 剩 的 民 ， 享 受 这 一 切 的 福 。 [kjv] For the seed shall be prosperous; the vine shall give her fruit, and the ground shall give her increase, and the heavens shall give their dew; and I will cause the remnant of this people to possess all these things. [bbe] For I will let the seed of peace be planted; the vine will give her fruit and the land will give her increase and the heavens will give their dew; and I will give to the rest of this people all these things for their heritage. 8:13 [hgb] 犹 大 家 和 以 色 列 家 阿 ， 你 们 从 前 在 列 国 中 ， 怎 样 成 为 可 咒 诅 的 ， 照 样 ， 我 要 拯 救 你 们 ， 使 人 称 你 们 为 有 福 的 （ 或 作 使 你 们 叫 人 得 福 ） 。 你 们 不 要 惧 怕 ， 手 要 强 壮 。 [kjv] And it shall come to pass, that as ye were a curse among the heathen, O house of Judah, and house of Israel; so will I save you, and ye shall be a blessing: fear not, but let your hands be strong. [bbe] And it will come about that, as you were a curse among the nations, O children of Judah and children of Israel, so I will give you salvation and you will be a blessing: have no fear and let your hands be strong. 8:14 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 你 们 列 祖 惹 我 发 怒 的 时 候 ， 我 怎 样 定 意 降 祸 ， 并 不 后 悔 。 [kjv] For thus saith the LORD of hosts; As I thought to punish you, when your fathers provoked me to wrath, saith the LORD of hosts, and I repented not: [bbe] For this is what the Lord of armies has said: As it was my purpose to do evil to you when your fathers made me angry, says the Lord of armies, and my purpose was not changed: 8:15 [hgb] 现 在 我 照 样 定 意 施 恩 与 耶 路 撒 冷 和 犹 大 家 ， 你 们 不 要 惧 怕 。 [kjv] So again have I thought in these days to do well unto Jerusalem and to the house of Judah: fear ye not. [bbe] So in these days it is again my purpose to do good to Jerusalem and to the children of Judah: have no fear. 8:16 [hgb] 你 们 所 当 行 的 是 这 样 ， 各 人 与 邻 舍 说 话 诚 实 ， 在 城 门 口 按 至 理 判 断 ， 使 人 和 睦 。 [kjv] These are the things that ye shall do; Speak ye every man the truth to his neighbour; execute the judgment of truth and peace in your gates: [bbe] These are the things which you are to do: Let every man say what is true to his neighbour; and let your judging give peace in your towns. 8:17 [hgb] 谁 都 不 可 心 里 谋 害 邻 舍 ， 也 不 可 喜 爱 起 假 誓 。 因 为 这 些 事 都 为 我 所 恨 恶 。 这 是 耶 和 华 说 的 。 [kjv] And let none of you imagine evil in your hearts against his neighbour; and love no false oath: for all these are things that I hate, saith the LORD. [bbe] Let no one have any evil thought in his heart against his neighbour; and have no love for false oaths: for all these things are hated by me, says the Lord. 8:18 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 的 话 临 到 我 说 ， [kjv] And the word of the LORD of hosts came unto me, saying, [bbe] And the word of the Lord of armies came to me, saying, 8:19 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 四 月 五 月 禁 食 的 日 子 ， 七 月 十 月 禁 食 的 日 子 ， 必 变 为 犹 大 家 欢 喜 快 乐 的 日 子 ， 和 欢 乐 的 节 期 。 所 以 你 们 要 喜 爱 诚 实 与 和 平 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD of hosts; The fast of the fourth month, and the fast of the fifth, and the fast of the seventh, and the fast of the tenth, shall be to the house of Judah joy and gladness, and cheerful feasts; therefore love the truth and peace. [bbe] This is what the Lord of armies has said: The times of going without food in the fourth month and in the fifth and the seventh and the tenth months, will be for the people of Judah times of joy and happy meetings; so be lovers of good faith and of peace. 8:20 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 将 来 必 有 列 国 的 人 ， 和 多 城 的 居 民 来 到 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD of hosts; It shall yet come to pass, that there shall come people, and the inhabitants of many cities: [bbe] This is what the Lord of armies has said: It will again come about that when peoples and those living in great towns come, 8:21 [hgb] 这 城 的 居 民 必 到 那 城 ， 说 ， 我 们 要 快 去 恳 求 耶 和 华 的 恩 ， 寻 求 万 军 之 耶 和 华 。 我 也 要 去 。 [kjv] And the inhabitants of one city shall go to another, saying, Let us go speedily to pray before the LORD, and to seek the LORD of hosts: I will go also. [bbe] And the people of one town go to another and say, Let us certainly go with a request for grace from the Lord, and to give worship to the Lord of armies, then I will go with you. 8:22 [hgb] 必 有 列 邦 的 人 ， 和 强 国 的 民 ， 来 到 耶 路 撒 冷 ， 寻 求 万 军 之 耶 和 华 。 恳 求 耶 和 华 的 恩 。 [kjv] Yea, many people and strong nations shall come to seek the LORD of hosts in Jerusalem, and to pray before the LORD. [bbe] And great peoples and strong nations will come to give worship to the Lord of armies in Jerusalem and to make requests for grace from the Lord. 8:23 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 在 那 些 日 子 ， 必 有 十 个 人 从 列 国 诸 族 中 出 来 （ 族 原 文 作 方 言 ） ， 拉 住 一 个 犹 大 人 的 衣 襟 ， 说 ， 我 们 要 与 你 们 同 去 ， 因 为 我 们 听 见 神 与 你 们 同 在 了 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD of hosts; In those days it shall come to pass, that ten men shall take hold out of all languages of the nations, even shall take hold of the skirt of him that is a Jew, saying, We will go with you: for we have heard that God is with you. [bbe] This is what the Lord of armies has said: In those days, ten men from all the languages of the nations will put out their hands and take a grip of the skirt of him who is a Jew, saying, We will go with you, for it has come to our ears that God is with you.
1.(“He is among one of those parties,” I thought, “and I wish somebody would knock his head off.”)
But he did at last effect one great release in his condition. He broke the oar he had plied so long, and he scuttled and sank the galley. He prevented the gradual retirement of an old conventional business from him, by taking the initiative and retiring from it. With enough to live on (though, after all, with not too much), he obliterated the firm of Barbox Brothers from the pages of the Post- Office Directory and the face of the earth, leaving nothing of it but its name on two portmanteaus.
I was startled by the effect of my words; the girl threw back her head, changing colour from brow to chin. “True? Who in the world says so?” I repented of my question in a flash; the way she met it made it seem cruel, and I saw that my mother looked at me in some surprise. I took care, in answer to Flora’s challenge, not to incriminate Mrs. Meldrum. I answered that the rumour had reached me only in the vaguest form and that if I had been moved to put it to the test my very real interest in her must be held responsible. Her blush died away, but a pair of still prettier tears glistened in its track. “If you ever hear such a thing said again you can say it’s a horrid lie!” I had brought on a commotion deeper than any I was prepared for; but it was explained in some degree by the next words she uttered: “I’m happy to say there’s nothing the matter with any part of my body; not the least little thing!” She spoke with her habitual complacency, with triumphant assurance; she smiled again, and I could see that she was already sorry she had shown herself too disconcerted. She turned it off with a laugh. “I’ve good eyes, good teeth, a good digestion and a good temper. I’m sound of wind and limb!” Nothing could have been more characteristic than her blush and her tears, nothing less acceptable to her than to be thought not perfect in every particular. She couldn’t submit to the imputation of a flaw. I expressed my delight in what she told me, assuring her I should always do battle for her; and as if to rejoin her companions she got up from her place on my mother’s toes. The young men presented their backs to us; they were leaning on the rail of the cliff. Our incident had produced a certain awkwardness, and while I was thinking of what next to say she exclaimed irrelevantly: “Don’t you know? He’ll be Lord Considine.” At that moment the youth marked for this high destiny turned round, and she went on, to my mother: “I’ll introduce him to you — he’s awfully nice.” She beckoned and invited him with her parasol; the movement struck me as taking everything for granted. I had heard of Lord Considine and if I had not been able to place Lord Iffield it was because I didn’t know the name of his eldest son. The young man took no notice of Miss Saunt’s appeal; he only stared a moment and then on her repeating it quietly turned his back. She was an odd creature: she didn’t blush at this; she only said to my mother apologetically, but with the frankest, sweetest amusement: “You don’t mind, do you? He’s a monster of shyness!” It was as if she were sorry for every one — for Lord Iffield, the victim of a complaint so painful, and for my mother, the object of a trifling incivility. “I’m sure I don’t want him!” said my mother; but Flora added some remark about the rebuke she would give him for slighting us. She would clearly never explain anything by any failure of her own power. There rolled over me while she took leave of us and floated back to her friends a wave of tenderness superstitious and silly. I seemed somehow to see her go forth to her fate; and yet what should fill out this orb of a high destiny if not such beauty and such joy? I had a dim idea that Lord Considine was a great proprietor, and though there mingled with it a faint impression that I shouldn’t like his son the result of the two images was a whimsical prayer that the girl mightn’t miss her possible fortune.
I mingled daily with men grown old in the underworld; I assimilated just as much of their vices as my immature nature would hold. I learned the language of the crook. The tales told were strong with the flavor of adventure. They fascinated me and I[Pg 25] looked up to the old crooks as men to be envied. Boy that I was, I knew nothing of their hidden life; I knew nothing of the years spent behind prison walls, nothing of the misery, sufferings, the heartaches such years entailed. Yes, I envied them. They came to be heroes, as it were, out of the great book of adventure.
“Mugby Junction must be the maddest place in England,” said Barbox Brothers, pursuing his way down the hill. “The first thing I find here is a Railway Porter who composes comic songs to sing at his bedside. The second thing I find here is a face, and a pair of hands playing a musical instrument that DON’T play!”