The Guardian Angel.
Prophetic Voices About America: A Monograph.
Sunshine and Petrarch.
Canadian Woods and Waters.
The Nightingale in the Study.
Minor Italian Travels.
The Mystery of Nature.
A Wife by Wager.
The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century.
The Blue and the Gray.
Fugitives from Labor.
Reviews and Literary Notices.
It will be a saving to you and your good mother, for I shall bear the expenses of the expedition."
Gifted Hopkins came very near going down on his knees. He was so overcome with gratitude that it seemed as if his very coat-tails wagged with his emotion.
"Take it quietly," said Master Gridley. "Don't make a fool of yourself. Tell your mother to have some clean shirts and things ready for you, and we will be off day after to-morrow morning."
Gifted hastened to impart the joyful news to his mother, and to break the fact to Susan Posey that he was about to leave them for a while, and rush into the deliriums and dangers of the great city.
Susan smiled. Gifted hardly knew whether to be pleased with her sympathy, or vexed that she did not take his leaving more to heart. The smile held out bravely for about a quarter of a minute. Then there came on a little twitching at the corners of the mouth. Then the blue eyes began to shine with a kind of veiled glimmer. Then the blood came up into