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Charles E. Stowe, Harriet Beecher Stowe compiled from her letters and journals by her son Charles Edward Stowe 2 0 Browse Search
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prayer, and work, and when urged to defend himself said God would do it in his time. God was the best judge how much reputation he needed to serve Him with. In your portrait of Deronda, you speak of him as one of those rare natures in whom a private wrong bred no bitterness. The sense of injury breeds, not the will to inflict injuries, but a hatred of all injury; and I must say, through all this conflict my brother has been always in the spirit of Him who touched and healed the ear of Malchus when he himself was attacked. His friends and lawyers have sometimes been aroused and sometimes indignant with his habitual caring for others, and his habit of vindicating and extending even to his enemies every scrap and shred of justice that might belong to them. From first to last of this trial, he has never for a day intermitted his regular work. Preaching to crowded houses, preaching even in his short vacations at watering places, carrying on his missions which have regenerated two