I felt an awe come upon me, and Rebecca's countenance was troubled.
As the maiden left us, the minister, looking after said, There is a deal of poison under the fair outside of yonder vessel, which I fear is fitted for destruction. — Peggy Brewster is indeed under a delusion, answered Robert Pike, but I know no harm of her. She is kind to all, even to them who evil entreat her.
cried the minister, I fear me you will follow your honored father, who has made himself ofand the Church by following after the blasphemers.
I ventured to tell her that I did look upon it as sheer kindness and love on the young woman's part; at which Elnathan seemed pleased, and said he could not doubt it, and that he did believe Peggy Brewster to be a good Christian, although sadly led astray by the Quakers.
His mother said that, with all her meek looks, and kind words, she was full of all manner of pestilent heresies, and did remind her always of Satan in the shape of an angel of