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THE lady of the manor, finding herself again surrounded by her young people, asked one of them to repeat the sixth commandment, viz. “ Thou shalt do no murder," which was to furnish the subject for conversation during the evening.
“I remember the time, and indeed it is not a very distant one,” remarked one of the young ladies, “when I should have said, “Here at least I am guiltless; here at least I am safe: I never committed murder, that is
* And would you not venture to assert as much now, my dear Miss Emmeline?” said the lady of the manor, smiling
The young lady shook her head, and replied, “No, Reno; I have already been brought in guilty in every con
versation, and now I dare not plead innocence on any occasion.'
“Until we are made sensible of the spirituality and extent of the law of God, my dear young people,” remarked their excellent instructress, “we may possibly buoy ourselves up
with the idea that we bave duly observed some parts of it; but those persons who have enlarged