“Papa left me the pictures, Sarah Anne.”
The expenses of the school during the first year, of two terms only, were between ,300 and ,400. The expenses this year will be about ,000. Of this amount ,500 will come from tuitions; ,000 has been given by friends interested in the school, and there remains about ,500 yet to be raised for the conduct of the school. This is an indication of the increase of expenses. The average expense per pupil is about the same since the start, i. e., 0 per child per school year. Relatively speaking, this year the expenses of the school took something of a jump, through the expense of moving to a new building, and the repairs and changes there necessary. An increase in the staff of teachers has also enlarged the work as well as the debits of the school. Next year (1899-1900) we hope to have about 120 children, and apparently the expenses will be about ,500 more than this. Of this amount ,000 will be met by the increase in tuition from the pupils. The cost of a child to the school, 0 a year, is precisely the tuition 115charged by the University for students and is double the average tuition charged by the school. But it is not expected that the University tuition will come anywhere near meeting the expense involved there. One reason for not increasing the tuition here, even if it were advisable for other reasons, is that it is well to emphasize, from an educational point of view, that elementary as well as advanced education requires endowment. There is every reason why money should be spent freely for the organization and maintenance of foundation work in education as well as for the later stages.
In no state west of the Rocky Mountains do the beauties of nature 49 make a stronger appeal for human appreciation than in Vermont, and never are they seen to better advantage than upon a quiet summer Sunday morning, when the brilliant blue sky is filled with light, and all the world seems to be at peace. The clear, limpid streams move silently on as though controlled by the all-pervading spirit of rest; the leaves of the trees, yielding to the universal feeling of repose, keep silence with the rest of nature, and over all there is the fascinating power of wondrous beauties abounding not made by the hands of man. Such days are made for rest and reflection, when nature invites us to commune with her works, that we may know more of them and be able to rise to a higher and more ennobling appreciation of her beauties. The quiet, suggestive New England summer Sunday morning’s appeal is nature’s most beneficent call to 50 her children to come to her and search for knowledge of things which lead through untrodden paths, where, at every step, new pleasures unfold to the view for our instruction and enjoyment.
Thus, in passing through the cloisters, he made me remark the beautiful carvings of leaves and flowers wrought in stone with the most exquisite delicacy, and, notwithstanding the lapse of centuries, retaining their sharpness as if fresh from the chisel; rivalling, as Scott has said, the real objects of which they were imitations:
Amanda shook her head. “Thanks, but I think I’ll pass.” Dan looked at her, his expression dubious, Amanda
Next day I made my way to the Great Metropolis, and installed myself at a small private hotel, while I looked about me preparatory to commencing business. To talk of gaining a footing in London is all very well in its way, but it is by no means so easy a task to accomplish as it might appear. Doubtless it can be done fairly quickly if one is prepared to spend large sums of money in advertising, and is not afraid to blow one’s own trumpet on every possible occasion, but that is not my line, and besides, even had I so wished, I had not the money to do it. For a multitude of reasons I did not feel inclined to embark my hard-earned savings on such a risky enterprise. I preferred to make my way by my own diligence, and with that end in view I rented an office in a convenient quarter, furnished it, put a small advertisement in a few of the papers, and then awaited the coming of my clients.
"There's some of 'em now!" exclaimed Cole.
"What's the matter?" asked T. X. quickly.
“It might have been seventy.”
“Why,” says he, “I don’t know how Sir George left his money; you must let me see his will, first.”
He still returned to English pauperism, the crowded country, the selfish abdication by public men of all that public persons should perform. ‘Government should direct poor men what to do. Poor Irish folk come wandering over these moors. My dame makes it a rule to give to every son of Adam bread to eat, and supplies his wants to the next house. But here are thousands of acres which might give them all meat, and nobody to bid these poor Irish go to the moor and till it. They burned the stacks, and so found a way to force the rich people to attend to them.’
2:1 [hgb] 第 三 日 ， 在 加 利 利 的 迦 拿 有 娶 亲 的 筵 席 。 耶 稣 的 母 亲 在 那 里 。 [kjv] And the third day there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee; and the mother of Jesus was there: [bbe] On the third day two people were going to be married at Cana in Galilee. The mother of Jesus was there:2:2 [hgb] 耶 稣 和 他 的 门 徒 也 被 请 去 赴 席 。 [kjv] And both Jesus was called, and his disciples, to the marriage. [bbe] And Jesus with his disciples came as guests.2:3 [hgb] 酒 用 尽 了 ， 耶 稣 的 母 亲 对 他 说 ， 他 们 没 有 酒 了 。 [kjv] And when they wanted wine, the mother of Jesus saith unto him, They have no wine. [bbe] When they had not enough wine, the mother of Jesus said to him, They have no wine.2:4 [hgb] 耶 稣 说 ， 母 亲 ， （ 原 文 作 妇 人 ） 我 与 你 有 什 么 相 干 。 我 的 时 候 还 没 有 到 。 [kjv] Jesus saith unto her, Woman, what have I to do with thee? mine hour is not yet come. [bbe] Jesus said to her, Woman, this is not your business; my time is still to come.2:5 [hgb] 他 母 亲 对 用 人 说 ， 他 告 诉 你 们 什 么 ， 你 们 就 作 什 么 。 [kjv] His mother saith unto the servants, Whatsoever he saith unto you, do it. [bbe] His mother said to the servants, Whatever he says to you, do it.2:6 [hgb] 照 犹 太 人 洁 净 的 规 矩 ， 有 六 口 石 缸 摆 在 那 里 ， 每 口 可 以 盛 两 三 桶 水 。 [kjv] And there were set there six waterpots of stone, after the manner of the purifying of the Jews, containing two or three firkins apiece. [bbe] Now six pots of stone, every one taking two or three firkins of water, were placed there for the purpose of washing, as is the way of the Jews.2:7 [hgb] 耶 稣 对 用 人 说 ， 把 缸 倒 满 了 水 。 他 们 就 倒 满 了 ， 直 到 缸 口 。 [kjv] Jesus saith unto them, Fill the waterpots with water. And they filled them up to the brim. [bbe] Jesus said to the servants, Make the pots full of water. And they made them full to the top.2:8 [hgb] 耶 稣 又 说 ， 现 在 可 以 舀 出 来 ， 送 给 管 筵 席 的 。 他 们 就 送 了 去 。 [kjv] And he saith unto them, Draw out now, and bear unto the governor of the feast. And they bare it. [bbe] Then he said to them, Now take some, and give it to the master of the feast. So they took it to him.2:9 [hgb] 管 筵 席 的 尝 了 那 水 变 的 酒 ， 并 不 知 道 是 哪 里 来 的 ， 只 有 舀 水 的 用 人 知 道 。 管 筵 席 的 便 叫 新 郎 来 。 [kjv] When the ruler of the feast had tasted the water that was made wine, and knew not whence it was: (but the servants which drew the water knew;) the governor of the feast called the bridegroom, [bbe] After tasting the water which had now become wine, the master of the feast (having no idea where it came from, though it was clear to the servants who took the water out) sent for the newly-married man,2:10 [hgb] 对 他 说 ， 人 都 是 先 摆 上 好 酒 。 等 客 喝 足 了 ， 才 摆 上 次 的 。 你 倒 把 好 酒 留 到 如 今 。 [kjv] And saith unto him, Every man at the beginning doth set forth good wine; and when men have well drunk, then that which is worse: but thou hast kept the good wine until now. [bbe] And said to him, Every man first puts out his best wine and when all have had enough he puts out what is not so good; but you have kept the good wine till now.2:11 [hgb] 这 是 耶 稣 所 行 的 头 一 件 神 迹 ， 是 在 加 利 利 的 迦 拿 行 的 ， 显 出 他 的 荣 耀 来 。 他 的 门 徒 就 信 他 了 。 [kjv] This beginning of miracles did Jesus in Cana of Galilee, and manifested forth his glory; and his disciples believed on him. [bbe] This, the first of his signs, Jesus did at Cana in Galilee and let his glory be seen openly; and his disciples put their faith in him.2:12 [hgb] 这 事 以 后 ， 耶 稣 与 他 的 母 亲 弟 兄 和 门 徒 ， 都 下 迦 百 农 去 。 在 那 里 住 了 不 多 几 日 。 [kjv] After this he went down to Capernaum, he, and his mother, and his brethren, and his disciples: and they continued there not many days. [bbe] After this he went down to Capernaum, with his mother, his brothers, and his disciples, and they were there not more than two or three days.2:13 [hgb] 犹 太 人 的 逾 越 节 近 了 ， 耶 稣 就 上 耶 路 撒 冷 去 。 [kjv] And the Jews' passover was at hand, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem, [bbe] The time of the Passover of the Jews was near and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.2:14 [hgb] 看 见 殿 里 有 卖 牛 羊 鸽 子 的 ， 并 有 兑 换 银 钱 的 人 ， 坐 在 那 里 。 [kjv] And found in the temple those that sold oxen and sheep and doves, and the changers of money sitting: [bbe] And there in the Temple he saw men trading in oxen and sheep and doves, and he saw the changers of money in their seats:2:15 [hgb] 耶 稣 就 拿 绳 子 作 成 鞭 子 ， 把 牛 羊 都 赶 出 殿 去 。 倒 出 兑 换 银 钱 之 人 的 银 钱 ， 推 翻 他 们 的 桌 子 。 [kjv] And when he had made a scourge of small cords, he drove them all out of the temple, and the sheep, and the oxen; and poured out the changers' money, and overthrew the tables; [bbe] And he made a whip of small cords and put them all out of the Temple, with the sheep and the oxen, sending in all directions the small money of the changers and overturning their tables;2:16 [hgb] 又 对 卖 鸽 子 的 说 ， 把 这 些 东 西 拿 去 。 不 要 将 我 父 的 殿 ， 当 作 买 卖 的 地 方 。 [kjv] And said unto them that sold doves, Take these things hence; make not my Father's house an house of merchandise. [bbe] And to those who were trading in doves he said, Take these things away; do not make my Father's house a market.2:17 [hgb] 他 的 门 徒 就 想 起 经 上 记 着 说 ， 我 为 你 的 殿 ， 心 里 焦 急 ， 如 同 火 烧 。 [kjv] And his disciples remembered that it was written, The zeal of thine house hath eaten me up. [bbe] And it came to the minds of the disciples that the Writings say, I am on fire with passion for your house.2:18 [hgb] 因 此 ， 犹 太 人 问 他 说 ， 你 既 作 这 些 事 ， 还 显 什 么 神 迹 给 我 们 看 呢 ？ [kjv] Then answered the Jews and said unto him, What sign shewest thou unto us, seeing that thou doest these things? [bbe] Then the Jews put this question to him: What sign of authority have you to give us, seeing that you do these things?2:19 [hgb] 耶 稣 回 答 说 ， 你 们 拆 毁 这 殿 ， 我 三 日 内 要 再 建 立 起 来 。 [kjv] Jesus answered and said unto them, Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up. [bbe] And Jesus said to them, Send destruction on this Temple and I will put it up again in three days.2:20 [hgb] 犹 太 人 便 说 ， 这 殿 是 四 十 六 年 才 造 成 的 ， 你 三 日 内 就 再 建 立 起 来 吗 ？ [kjv] Then said the Jews, Forty and six years was this temple in building, and wilt thou rear it up in three days? [bbe] The Jews said, The building of this Temple took forty-six years; and you will put it up in three days!2:21 [hgb] 但 耶 稣 这 话 ， 是 以 他 的 身 体 为 殿 。 [kjv] But he spake of the temple of his body. [bbe] But his words were about that holy building which was his body.2:22 [hgb] 所 以 到 他 从 死 里 复 活 以 后 ， 门 徒 就 想 起 他 说 过 这 话 ， 便 信 了 圣 经 和 耶 稣 所 说 的 。 [kjv] When therefore he was risen from the dead, his disciples remembered that he had said this unto them; and they believed the scripture, and the word which Jesus had said. [bbe] So when he had come back again from the dead, the memory of these words came back to the disciples, and they had faith in the holy Writings and in the word which Jesus had said.2:23 [hgb] 当 耶 稣 在 耶 路 撒 冷 过 逾 越 节 的 时 候 ， 有 许 多 人 看 见 他 所 行 的 神 迹 ， 就 信 了 他 的 名 。 [kjv] Now when he was in Jerusalem at the passover, in the feast day, many believed in his name, when they saw the miracles which he did. [bbe] Now while he was in Jerusalem at the feast of the Passover, a great number of people came to have faith in his name, after seeing the signs which he did.2:24 [hgb] 耶 稣 却 不 将 自 己 交 托 他 们 ， 因 为 他 知 道 万 人 。 [kjv] But Jesus did not commit himself unto them, because he knew all men, [bbe] But Jesus did not have faith in them, because he had knowledge of them all.2:25 [hgb] 也 用 不 着 谁 见 证 人 怎 样 。 因 他 知 道 人 心 里 所 存 的 。 [kjv] And needed not that any should testify of man: for he knew what was in man. [bbe] He had no need for any witness about man; for he himself had knowledge of what was in man.
"I think you must recollect me, Mr. Athelney Jones," said Holmes, quietly.详情 ➢
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