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ing for it, of course you doubt it, thou▓gh I still cannot imagine why.Sarah, you hav▓e not spoken: do you believe me so ter●rible a reprobate that there is no chance● for my happiness, temporally and eternally▓” He spoke bitterly, perhaps harshly, ●for he had longed for her to speak, a●nd her silence strangely, pa●infully reproached him.He did not choose to● know why, and so he vented in bitte▓r words to her the anger he felt towards himself▓. “My opinion can be of littl▓e value after my aunt’s,” she answered, meekly●; “but this believe, dear cousin, i●f you and Jeanie are only as bles●sed and happy together as I wish you, y●ou will be one of the happiest couples on earth▓.” “I do believe it!” he said, p▓assionately springing towards her, and seizing● both her hands.“Sarah, dear Sarah, forg●ive me.I was harsh and bitter● to you, who were always my better angel; s▓ay you forgive me!” He repeated the● word, with a strong emphasis upon it. “I ▓did not know that you had given me anythi●ng to forgive, Reuben,” she replied, ▓struggling to smile; “but if you think● yo

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    u have, I do forgive you from my very hea▓rt.” “Bless you for the ▓word!” he said, still gazing fixedly in her▓ face, which calmly

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    met his lo●ok. “Thank God, one misery is s▓pared me,” he muttered to himself; then adde▓d, “and you think I may be happy” ● “I

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    trust you will; and if it pl●ease God to bless you with prosperity, ●I think you may.” “How do you mean”● “That while all thin

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    gs g●o smoothly, you will not feel the ●division, the barrier which your opposing creed▓s must silently erect between you.But if afflic▓