鈥楳arch 8.鈥擨 can fancy the request to have my letters directed to Batala has excited a little curiosity. It really seems likely that our comical arrangement will be carried out; and that I and my nephew will find ourselves chumming together in the midst of a Boys鈥?School!! 东升时时彩计划 10th August 鈥榊ou are my lovely, loving, and lovable Laura; a Diamond among gems, and a Rosebud among flowers. Why do you mention so often the mere handwriting of your letters? Do you think that I see anything in them but the kindness of her who has, in the midst of all her engagements, found so much time to devote to me? My own Mother too鈥攈ow very good to me she has been! I am grateful to her for all her most kind endeavours to set my mind quite at ease on the subject of the poor little Robins.... 鈥楯an. 5, 1881.鈥擨n looking over my records of 1880, I find that in the nine, or rather eight months, of Mera Bhatija鈥檚 absence,鈥攁s I was away myself for a month,鈥擨 have given nearer seven hundred than six hundred teas to boys or young men. The expense is trifling; it seems as if a couple of pounds of tea lasted for ever; but all these little marks in my book represent a good deal of innocent enjoyment, not, I hope, unmixed with profit. All the boys, save two lately come, have again and again sat at my table, chatted or played with me.鈥? And to deny the Truth, is, sure, a Crime. 鈥楾he Tales which I now venture to offer to you for publication were originally composed for young children under my own charge, and were listened to with an appearance of interest, which gives me hopes that they may meet with no unfavourable reception from others of the same tender years. TO THE SAME. C. M. T. TO MRS. HAMILTON.