ep being proud of his charge, or the little one mistaking the thoughtful face, lit up with the glow of enthusiasm, of the stranger, for a beacon light; they came up with him, who called to Harry to join them.
"What is your name, my son?"
"Harry Grosvenor, sir," answered the boy, drawing himself up to his full height.
"And what have you here?" added he. "I suppose you came along as supercargo; pray tell me with what are you freighted?"
"The Sea-flower is my only freight, sir."
"And God grant that you may always find as valuable! but tell me, is this angelic child your sister?"
"Yes, sir, my sister, and we all love her very much; we could not be without her, for we might forget to thank our Father for his kindness to us, if we had no Sea-flower to remind us of Heaven."
"So young, and can appreciate so rare a gift," mused the gentleman; "childhood, indeed, is the first to discover purity;" and the eye of the stranger grew moist, and the melancholy smile which sat upon his countenance gave pl