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real cause for it. We certainly have reason for depression in the fact that Mr. Griswold, whom I made my confidential clerk, and trusted almost as myself, should abuenience. But now I am easy about you, I must ask what you intend to do with Mr. Griswold. I am sorry for him; and his young wife, too, so gentle and so pretty!" citations, and he promised to pursue the matter no further than parting with Mr. Griswold; losing sight entirely of the injury he was doing society, by letting loose and let me rejoice in seeing a fellow-creature saved from destruction." Mr. Griswold appeared full of gratitude, and, after many promises for the future, at lastxt afternoon he received a note requesting him to give the qualifications of Mr. Griswold, formerly his clerk. Conscience began to whisper, but remembering his promitated by the perusal of the letter as her husband had been. It was from Mr. Griswold. After many incoherent expressions of remorse, it went on--"Had you not, by