If with some Pleasure we our Griefs betray, TO MRS. HAMILTON. Far frae his ain,鈥?etc. "I wish to be your friend. Don't force me to believe the worst of you. If your conscience is clear, why should you fear a few plain questions?" "What would be the gain if it altered my usual appearance?" "Yes." 亚洲情综合五月天 He went through the rooms more carefully. In the sitting-room there was a little fancy desk. He had a key to this, and upon its being opened, one of the pigeon-holes yielded up a packet of dusty, faded papers. He went over them one by one; advertisements, unimportant business letters, receipts for small amounts; not until he reached the last envelope of all was he rewarded. It would be too tedious to give your Ladyship a Character of this excellent Man, whose Learning grac'd his natural Parts, and his vertuous Life was an Honour to his Learning. His Philosophy and Medicinal Science did not supplant Civility, but cultivated and inrich'd his natural pleasant Humour. He was in every thing a Gentleman and a Christian, so that Envy herself could not find a feeble Side whereon to plant her Batteries, to attack or deface that Esteem his Merits had rais'd in the Hearts of all that knew him; which serv'd to make me more sensible of his Absence. "Well, I'm relieved to hear that."