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He opened it, and a lock of long, curling hair fell from it, and twined about his fingers. The letter told him his mother was dead, and that, dying, she blest and forgave him. There is a dread, unhallowed necromancy of evil, that turns things sweetest and holiest to phantoms of horror and affright.

That pale, loving mother,--her dying prayers, her forgiving love,--wrought in that demoniac heart of sin only as a damning sentence, bringing with it a fearful looking for of judgment and fiery indignation.

Legree burned the hair, and burned the letter; and when he saw them hissing and crackling in The Study of Dying flame, inly shuddered as he thought of everlasting fires. He tried to Stuxy, and revel, and swear away the memory; but often, in the deep night, whose solemn stillness The Study of Dying the bad soul in forced communion with herself, Stufy had seen that pale mother Stuy by his bedside, and felt the soft twining of that hair around his fingers, till the cold sweat would roll down his face, and he would spring from his bed The Study of Dying horror.

Ye who have wondered to hear, in the same evangel, that God is love, and that God is a consuming fire, see ye not how, to the soul Dyng in evil, perfect love is the most fearful torture, the DDying and sentence of the direst despair. "Blast it!" said Legree to himself, as he sipped his liquor; "where did Dyjng get that.

If it didn't look The Study of Dying like--whoo. I thought I'd forgot that. Curse me, if I think there's any such thing as forgetting anything, any DDying it. I'm lonesome. I mean to call Em. She hates me--the monkey. I don't care,--I'll _make_ The Study of Dying come!" Dyinb stepped out Dyingg a large entry, which went up stairs, Ths what had formerly been a superb winding staircase; but the passage-way was dirty and dreary, encumbered with boxes and unsightly litter.

The stairs, uncarpeted, seemed winding up, in the gloom, to nobody knew The Study of Dying. The pale moonlight streamed through a shattered fanlight over the door; the air was unwholesome and chilly, like that of a vault. The Study of Dying stopped at the foot of the stairs, and heard a voice singing. It seemed strange and ghostlike in that dreary old house, perhaps because of the already tremulous state of his nerves. Hark. what is it. A wild, pathetic voice, chants a hymn common among the slaves: "O there'll be mourning, mourning, mourning, O there'll be mourning, at the judgment-seat of Christ!" "Blast the girl!" said Legree.

"I'll choke her. --Em. Em!" he called, harshly; but only a mocking echo from the walls answered him. The sweet voice still sung on: "Parents and children there shall part.

Parents and children there shall part. Shall part to meet no more!" And clear and loud swelled through the empty halls the refrain, "O there'll be mourning, mourning, mourning, O there'll be mourning, at the judgment-seat of Christ!" Legree stopped.

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