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rt should occasion my dismissal from her employ, her influence would be sufficient to injure me materially, and we cannot afford to risk the loss of the poor salary which you seem to despise." "I do not despise the reward of your labors, dear Bell — but I cannot bear to see you obliged to study the whims and caprices of people, only because they are more fortunate in life than ourselves. How I do hate such people!" "For shame! for shame! Susan — you would not hate them, if you did nuarded in your speech," murmured Isabel. "Alas! how will your impatient spirit entangle you amid the thorns and briars of your future life, if it be not brought into subjection?" "I wish I had a portion of your gentle and quiet temper, dear Bell; but when I see you suffering, dying it may be, through that woman's selfishness, I could find it in my heart to hate her!" But Susan became far better reconciled to Mrs. Gascoigne, when she found that her brother was daily commissioned by he