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I succeeded, however, in getting the English district 鈥?which could hardly have been refused to me 鈥?and prepared to change our residence towards the end of 1859. At the time I was writing Castle Richmond, the novel which I had sold to Messrs. Chapman & Hall for 锟?00. But there arose at this time a certain literary project which probably had a great effect upon my career. Whilst travelling on postal service abroad or riding over the rural districts in England, or arranging the mails in Ireland 鈥?and such for the last eighteen years had now been my life 鈥?I had no opportunity of becoming acquainted with the literary life in London. It was probably some feeling of this which had made me anxious to move my penates back to England. But even in Ireland, where I was still living in October, 1859, I had heard of the Cornhill Magazine, which was to come out on the 1st of January, 1860, under the editorship of Thackeray. There was an essay on the external evidences of the Resurrection; another on the marriage laws of the most eminent nations of the world in times past and present; another was devoted to a consideration of the many questions which must be reopened and reconsidered on their merits if the teaching of the Church of England were to cease to carry moral authority with it; another dealt with the more purely social subject of middle class destitution; another with the authenticity or rather the unauthenticity of the fourth gospel; another was headed 鈥淚rrational Rationalism,鈥?and there were two or three more. 鈥淚f people require us to construct,鈥?exclaimed the writer, 鈥渨e set good breeding as the corner-stone of our edifice. We would have it ever present consciously or unconsciously in the minds of all as the central faith in which they should live and move and have their being, as the touchstone of all things whereby they may be known as good or evil according as they make for good breeding or against. � � As regards all the Brattles, the story is, I think, well told. The characters are true, and the scenes at the mill are in keeping with human nature. For the rest of the book I have little to say. It is not very bad, and it certainly is not very good. As I have myself forgotten what the heroine does and says 鈥?except that she tumbles into a ditch 鈥?I cannot expect that any one else should remember her. But I have forgotten nothing that was done or said by any of the Brattles. 一本道在线综合久合合,有码一本道在线综合2019,国产高清线观看& � 鈥榃hat鈥檚 the matter, Miss Propert?鈥?he said. 鈥楤etter tell me and not waste time, unless it鈥檚 private.鈥? � 鈥榊es, dear, that is what I always tried to teach you,鈥?she said, 鈥榳hen you were children; just as my mother taught me. I鈥檓 sure I told you all every day not to talk with your mouths full or when anybody else is talking. If we all talked together there would be a fine noise, to be sure, and nobody a bit the wiser. I took a great deal of trouble about your manners, and I鈥檓 sure it was not thrown away, for I consider you鈥檝e all got very good manners, even John, when he chooses. Talking of that鈥?(This phrase meant nothing in Mrs Keeling鈥檚 mouth), 鈥業 noticed Mr Silverdale in church. He seemed to me to have a hungry kind of look. I dare say his housekeeper is very careless{11} about his meals, not having a wife. I hope he will make a good meal this evening. Perhaps it would be safer, dear, if you refused the salmon mayonnaise, as you are not so very fond of it. Mrs Bellaway would have it that there was plenty, but she has such a small appetite herself.鈥? �