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And never be hunted or get into a hen roost or a trap or anything exciting, poor little thing, said Dicky. The girls began to pick green chestnut leaves to cover up the poor fox s japan wears medical face masks fatal wound, and Noel began to walk up and down making faces, the way he always does when he s making poetry. He cannot make one without the other. It works both ways, which is a comfort. What are we going to do now H. O. said the huntsman ought to cut off its tail, I m quite certain. Only, I ve broken the big blade of my knife, and the other never was any good. The girls gave H. O. a shove, and even Oswald said, Shut up , for somehow we all felt we did not want to play fox hunting any more that day. When his deadly wound was covered the fox hardly looked dead at all. Oh, I wish it wasn t true Alice said. Daisy had been crying all the time, and now she said, I should like to pray God to make it not true. But Dora kissed her, and told her that was no good only she might pray God to take care of the fox s poor little babies, if it had had any, which I believe she has done ever since. If only we could wake up and find it was a horrid dream, Alice said. It seems silly that we should have cared so much when we had really set out to hunt foxes with dogs, but it is true. The fox s feet looked so helpless. And there was a dusty mark on its side that I know would not have been there if it had been alive and able to wash itself. Noel now said, This is the piece of poetry Here lies poor Reynard who is slain, He will not come to life again. I never will the huntsman s horn Wind since the day that I was born Until the day I die For I don t like hunting, and this is why. Let s have a funeral, said H. O. This pleased everybody, and we got Dora to tak.ey are practically atheists, though there are many good japan wears medical face masks things in their system. They recognize no omniscient, omnipresent, all powerful Supreme Being, who presides over the universe and all that is in it. They are pessimists, and believe that life, on the whole, is misery, a curse rather than a blessing. I have given you only a faint outline of what Buddhism is. It has points in which it resembles Christianity. Buddha is dead and gone but his followers put up petitions to him, though there is no one to hear and answer their prayers. But I must stop for the want of time rather than because there is nothing more to be said and I have done no more than touch the subject. But it is not very different from Brahminism, suggested Professor Giroud. You are quite right, Professor, replied Sir Modava. Brahma means the universal spirit but it is not face mask p disposable respirator a personal divinity to be worshipped. I believe there is not an idol or sculpture in all India that represents Brahma. Something that passes for this mystic spirit is represented with four heads. But is there not a new church or philosophy of recent date I mean Brahmo Somaj inquired Dr. Hawkes. Rammohun japan wears medical face masks Roy, or Rajah Ram Mohan Rai, was a Hindu ruler in the Presidency of Bengal, born in 1772. His ancestors were Brahmins of high birth. He studied Sanskrit, Arabian, and Persian, and was a profound scholar and philosopher. When he began to have some japan wears medical face masks doubt about the faith of his fathers, he went to Thibet to study Buddhism, where he was so outspoken that he offended the priests and others, and his religious belief brought upon him the enmity of his own family. In 1803 he lived in Benares, and held a public office at one time. He published works in the languages with which he was familiar, directed against idolatry, which he labored to uproot. He succeeded to abundant wealth at the death of his brother in 1811. His influence assisted in the abolition of the suttee, and in bringing about other reforms. He published The Precepts of Jesus, accepting his morality, but denying his divinity and the truth of the miracles. More than fifty years ago he started an association which became the Brahmo Somaj, which is a living and working society still. He went to England in 1831, and was received with great respect and friendliness. I have great reverence for the man, though I do not accept all his religious views. Lord Tremlyn informed this company in regard to the divisions of caste, so that I think we have a tolerable idea of the matter, said Captain Ringgold, reading japan wears medical face masks from a pap.
soon Noel was made to bite the dust. And serve him right. He is old enough to know his own mind. Then Oswald walked slowly away with the ball, and the others picked Noel japan wears medical face masks up, and consoled the beaten, mask to protect face from sun but Dicky would not take either side. And Oswald went up into his own room and lay on his bed, and reflected gloomy reflections about unfairness. Presently he thought he would like to see what the others were doing without their knowing he cared. So he went into the linen room and looked out of its window, and he saw they were playing Kings and Queens and Noel had the biggest paper crown and the longest stick sceptre. Oswald turned away without a word, for it really was sickening. Then suddenly his weary eyes fell upon something they had not before beheld. It was a square trap door in the ceiling of the linen room. Oswald never hesitated. He crammed the cricket ball into his pocket and climbed up the shelves and unbolted the trap door, and shoved it up, and pulled himself up through it. Though above all was dark and smelt of spiders, Oswald fearlessly shut the trap door down again before he struck a match. He always carries matches. He is a boy fertile in every subtle expedient. Then he saw japan wears medical face masks he was in the wonderful, mysterious place between the ceiling and the roof of the house. The roof is beams and tiles. Slits of light show through the tiles here and there. The ceiling, on its other and top side, is made of rough plaster and beams. If you walk on the beams it is all right if you walk on the plaster you go through with your feet. Oswald found this out later, but some fine instinct now taught the young explorer where he ought to tread and where not. It was splendid. He was still very angry with the others and he was glad he had found out a secret they jolly well didn t know. He walked along a dark, narrow passage. Every now and then cross beams barred his way, and he had to creep under them. At last a small door loomed before him with cracks of light under and over. He drew back the rusty bolts and opened it. It opened straight on to the leads, a flat place between two steep red roofs, with a parapet two feet high back and front, so that no one could see you. It was a place no one could have invented better than, if they had tried, for hiding in. Oswald spent the whole afternoon there. He happened to have a volume of Percy s Anecdotes in his pocket, the one about lawyers, as well as a few apples. While he read he fingered the cricket ball, and presently it rolled away, and he thought he would get it by.ind them housed in temples. Besides, the natives are very tender of all animals, replied Sir Modava. In the hospital for lame ducks and superannuated bullfrogs we visited in Bombay, do they take in sick cobras asked Felix. Do they nurse lame tigers They do not it would not be quite safe to do so. Morris, the monkey you shot will be decently buried, said the Hindu gentleman. I am willing for, though they eat them in some countries, I don t hanker after any monkey flesh, replied the young hunter. I met a man at my father s house who had lived for years in Africa, and he said they ate the boa constrictor there, the natives did, not the white people. So I have heard but many Hindus never eat meat at all, added Sir Modava, as the party retired to dress for dinner. The party were to face mask to protect broken nose dine at the palace with the Guicowar, and it was to be a state dinner. Though contrary to Hindu etiquette, the ladies were all invited, and they were treated with distinguished consideration. It was a very elaborate occasion, and a few speeches were made at the last of it. The principal one was by the king himself, who enlarged upon his relations with Lord Tremlyn japan wears medical face masks and Sir Modava, whom he regarded as two of his best friends. From this point, he dwelt upon his esteem for the commander of the Guardian Mother, who had rendered a service to India in saving them from certain death, which they, better than he, could understand and appreciate. Captain Ringgold and General Noury made fitting replies and the party returned, escorted by a score of torch bearers, to the Garden of Pearls as the summer palace in which they were lodged was called. They appeared early in the morning, and after they had taken their coffee Louis and Felix took a long walk outside the palace walls. At the gate they saw a little animal which seemed disposed to make friends with them. They had brought their guns with them, and Felix was on the point of firing at him when Louis interposed. That s a mongoose, said the latter. Haven t you heard of him Never did. The creature is a sort of ichneumon, with a long body, extending back of his hind legs, which gradually decreases in size till it becomes his tail. His body is long, even without the portion of it which belongs to his caudal appendage. He has a small head and a sharp nose, and is something like a weasel. He has the reputation of being the great serpent killer of India, and many wonderful stories are told of him. He japan wears medical face masks is very useful about a house in destroying rats and other small nuisances. The mongoose ran al.chapter 1 Flora Lee s birthday came in July. Her mother wished very much to celebrate the occasion in a proper manner. Flora was a good girl, and her parents were always glad to do any thing they could to please her, and to increase her Pg 8 happiness. They were very indulgent parents, and as they had plenty of money, they could afford to pay well for a good time. Yet they were not weak and silly in their indulgence. As much as they loved their little daughter, they did not give her pies and cakes to eat when they thought such articles would hurt her. They did not let her lie in Pg 9 bed till noon because they loved her, or permit her to do any thing that would injure her, either in body or mind. Flora always went to church, and to the Sunday school, and never cried to stay at home. If she had cried, it would have made no difference, for her father and mother meant to have her the mask is to protect the rest of my face meme do right, whether she liked it or not. CHAPTER 1. THE JUNGLE Children are like jam all very well in the proper place, but you can t stand them all over the shop eh, what These were the dreadful words of our Indian uncle. They made us feel very young and angry and yet we could not be comforted by calling him names to ourselves, as you do when nasty grown ups say nasty things, because he is not nasty, but quite the exact opposite when not irritated. And we could not think it ungentlemanly of him to say we were like jam, because, as Alice says, jam is very nice indeed only not on furniture and improper places like that. My father said, Perhaps they had better go to boarding school. And that was awful, because we know Father disapproves of boarding schools. And he looked at us and said, I am ashamed of them, sir Your lot is indeed a dark and terrible one when your father is ashamed of you. And we all knew this, so that we felt in our chests just as if we had swallowed a hard boiled egg whole. At least, this is what Oswald felt, and Father said once that Oswald, as the eldest, was the representative of the family, so, of course, the others felt the same. And then everybody said nothing for a short time. At last Father said You may go but remember The words that followed I am not going to tell you. It is no use telling you what you know before as they do in schools. And you must all have had such words said to you many times. We went away when it was over. The girls cried, and we boys got out books and began to read, so that nobody should think we cared. But we felt it deeply in our interior hearts, especially Oswald, who is the el.
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As he stood there in anxious uncertainness he heard a low voice among the bushes. It said, Hist Oswald here and it was the voice of Alice. So he went back to the others among the shrubs and they all crowded round their leader full of importable news. She s not in the house she s HERE, Alice said in a low whisper that seemed nearly all S s. Close by she went by just this minute with a gentleman. And they re sitting on a seat under a tree on a little japan wears medical face masks lawn, and she s got her head on his shoulder, and he s holding her hand. I never saw anyone look so silly in all my born, Dicky said. It s sickening, Denny said, trying to look very manly with his legs wide apart. I don t know, Oswald whispered. I suppose it wasn t Albert s uncle Not much, Dicky briefly replied. Then don t you see it s all right. If she s going on like that with this fellow she ll want to marry him, and Albert s uncle is child face mask disposable safe. And we ve japan wears medical face masks really done an unselfish action without having to suffer for it afterwards. With a stealthy movement Oswald rubbed his hands as he spoke in real joyfulness. We decided that we had better bunk unnoticed. But we had reckoned without Martha. She had strolled off limping to look about her a bit in the shrubbery. Where s Martha Dora suddenly said. She went that way, pointingly remarked H. O. Then fetch her back, you young duffer What did you let her go for Oswald said. And look sharp. Don t make a row. He went. A minute later we heard can a surgical face mask protect from measles a hoarse squeak from Martha the one she always gives when suddenly collared from behind and a little squeal in a lady like voice, and a man say Hallo and then we knew th.locating Benares on both sides of the Ganges, and I don t believe it would be convenient for him to do that, said Louis, laughing at the expense of his mother, who blushed, though she did not see what was wrong, when she realized that she had made a blunder of some kind. Better not have said anything, whispered Mrs. Blossom in retaliation for hitherto she had had a monopoly of all the blunders. Will you tell me, Sarah, which is the left bank of a river, for it appears that I don t know, added the lady out loud. The left bank of the Ganges is the one Benares is on, replied the worthy woman and she was greeted with a roar of laughter, and a volley of applause started by the live boys who were making their way across India. Quite right, madam exclaimed Sir Modava, applauding with the others. It may be a matter of no particular consequence but you will excuse me for saying that the left bank is the one on your left as you go down the stream, and not at all as you go up. I remember now, for I learned that in my geography when I first went to summer breathable cool face mask sun dust protection neck gaiter school and it is strange that I should have forgotten it, added Mrs. Belgrave. We know just where Benares is now, Sir Modava proceeded. It is the largest city in this part of India drive medical full face mask with the exception of Lucknow, to which it stands next, or sixth among those of the country, having a population of 219,467. It extends along the Ganges for three miles and the shore is lined continuously with staircases, called ghats, which lead up to the temples, palaces, and the vast number of houses on the banks of the river. The stream sweeps around the place like a crescent, presenting one of the finest views you ever saw, with the ornamented fronts of dwellings, public offices, and a forest of towers, pinnacles, and turrets. To the Hindus it is the most sacred city known to them. When I was a boy I came here for the first time, brought by my father on account of the religious character of the place, if I may call anything idolatrous by such a name. But the city, when you get into it, will disappoint you. It is like Constantinople, very beautiful to look at from the Bosporus, or the Golden Horn but its dirty, narrow streets disgust you. I am afraid this will be your experience in Benares. You will be obliged to forego the luxury of medical face mask in puplic carriages in making your tours through the place, for the streets are so narrow and crowded that it is impossible to get along with a vehicle. An elephant is equally impracticable, and even in a palanquin your progress would be so slow that you would lose.