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� 鈥業 think that dear Emily benefited little or not at all by her trip to the Hills. She ought to go home in the spring,鈥攁fter more than six years鈥?work,鈥攕o ought Miss Fuller; but neither can leave till they fairly break down; for there is no one to take their place.... 鈥業 feel that I was rather ungrateful last year about Dalhousie.[269] Though I do not like the place much, it is a very great blessing to have it.鈥? 双色球澳客网专家杀号 鈥業 think that dear Emily benefited little or not at all by her trip to the Hills. She ought to go home in the spring,鈥攁fter more than six years鈥?work,鈥攕o ought Miss Fuller; but neither can leave till they fairly break down; for there is no one to take their place.... 鈥楢ug. 23, 1869. It was thus that it came about. I was sitting one morning at work upon the novel at the end of the long drawing-room of the Athenaeum Club 鈥?as was then my wont when I had slept the previous night in London. As I was there, two clergymen, each with a magazine in his hand, seated themselves, one on one side of the fire and one on the other, close to me. They soon began to abuse what they were reading, and each was reading some part of some novel of mine. The gravamen of their complaint lay in the fact that I reintroduced the same characters so often! 鈥淗ere,鈥?said one, 鈥渋s that archdeacon whom we have had in every novel he has ever written.鈥?鈥淎nd here,鈥?said the other, 鈥渋s the old duke whom he has talked about till everybody is tired of him. If I could not invent new characters, I would not write novels at all.鈥?Then one of them fell foul of Mrs. Proudie. It was impossible for me not to hear their words, and almost impossible to hear them and be quiet. I got up, and standing between them, I acknowledged myself to be the culprit. 鈥淎s to Mrs. Proudie,鈥?I said, 鈥淚 will go home and kill her before the week is over.鈥?And so I did. The two gentlemen were utterly confounded, and one of them begged me to forget his frivolous observations. Though doctoring sick folk, like Jenner or Quain. And the First Man they see, is Author of the Day. 鈥榁ehicles, did I write? Would you call an elephant a vehicle? We came to a place where there was a good deal of water; the Gogra swollen by the rains. We were requested to quit the heavy gari, and go across on an elephant. The nice docile creature knelt down; and a man actually wished us to clamber up by its tail! He grasped it, so as to form a kind of loop for me to put my foot in! But I objected to this method of mounting, and managed to scramble up by means of a kind of big bag hung across the animal. There was no saddle[451] or howdah; but the beast鈥檚 back was broad, its pace gentle, and we held on by ropes fastened across the elephant. The good creature well deserved the two biscuits with which it was rewarded.鈥? He had drawn up the glass again. The windows were clouded by the mist of their mingled breath; the atmosphere was faint with the odour of the faded chrysanthemums on her gown and the carnation in the lapel of his coat. All that she could see of the outer world was the blurred light of the carriage lamps. The high-spirited horse was going up and down the hills at a perilous pace. At this rate the journey could not take long. Of future Things we very little know, � Henry M. Trollope. 鈥業 think that dear Emily benefited little or not at all by her trip to the Hills. She ought to go home in the spring,鈥攁fter more than six years鈥?work,鈥攕o ought Miss Fuller; but neither can leave till they fairly break down; for there is no one to take their place.... �