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There was no age, no date of death given, but the paint was fresh, and several fresh-looking garlands hung upon the cross. While he stood there, a little girl, with a shade over her eyes, came slowly and unsteadily along towards it. She had a little white garland to hang there, too. The child started, as Fred addressed her in a broken voice. "Who was the Lina Hansmann buried there?" "She was a blind woman who had been good to her. Once her parents though she, too, would be blind. Now, Gott lob! the doctor said she would recover. But even if she were blind, she could earn her bread; Lina had taught her to knit so fast, so fast, faster than her sister, who had two strong eyes." Fred drew a long breath for relief. "And this good Lina, where did she live? When did she die? Was she old or young?" "She lived in the asylum. It was not quite a month since they laid her there;" and the child began to cry, and then stopped. "Lina told me once," she said, "when she was quite