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III. Groton and Providence. Letters and journals. What hath not man sought out and found, But his dear God? Who yet his glorious love Embosoms in us, mellowing the ground With showers, and frosts, with love and awe. Herbert. No one nee
gone out because I shiver in the cold and dark!
Such was the tone of resignation in which Margaret wrote from Groton, Massachusetts, whither, much to her regret, her father removed in the spring of 1833.
Extracts from letters and journals will plete, The dust shook from their beauty,—glorified, New Memnons singing in the great God-light.
Sad welcome home.
Groton, April 25, 1833.—I came hither, summoned by the intelligence, that our poor——had met with a terrible accident.
I found t t is a noble work, and fit to raise a reader into that high serene of thought where pedants cannot enter.
Farewell to Groton.
The place is beautiful, in its way, but its scenery is too tamely smiling and sleeping.
My associations with it ar
III. Groton and Providence. Letters and journals. What hath not man sought out and found, But his dear God? Who yet his glorious love Embosoms in us, mello
as that any of my cherished plans would bear fruit, I felt willing to go. But Providence did not so will it. A much darker dispensation for our family was in store.
eart the text, God is never in a hurry: let man be patient and confident?
In the spring of 1837, Margaret received a very favorable offer to become a principal teacher in the Greene Street School, at Providence, R. I.
The proposal is, that I shall teach the elder girls my favorite branches, for four hours a been to preserve his individuality unprofaned.
While residing at Providence, and during her visits to Boston, in her vacations, Margaret's mind was openi ive, I may some time attain to it.
Although I do not believe in a Special Providence regulating outward events, and could not reconcile such a belief with what I