宝马"Not for walkings sake, sir."宝马BM宝马
宝马"Well," said he, "you go to church, I suppose? Mrs. Mason does not keep you at work on Sundays; I trust?"宝马宝马BM宝马"Oh, no, sir. I go to church regularly."宝马宝马"Then, perhaps, you will be so good as to tell me what church you go to, and I will meet you there next Sunday afternoon?"
宝马宝马"I go to St. Nicholas, sir. I will take care and bring you word how the boy is, and what doctor they get; and I will keep an account of the money I spend."宝马And now all was confusion and hurry; a doctor to be sent for; a mind to be unburdened of directions for a dress to a forewoman, who was too ill to understand; scoldings to be scattered with no illiberal hand amongst a group of frightened girls, hardly sparing the poor invalid herself for her inopportune illness. In the middle of all this turmoil Ruth crept quietly to her place, with a heavy saddened heart at the indisposition of the gentle forewoman. She would gladly have nursed Jenny herself, and often longed to do it, but she could not be spared. Hands, unskilful in fine and delicate work, would be well enough qualified to tend the sick, until the mother arrived from home. Meanwhile, extra diligence was required in the workroom; and Ruth found no opportunity of going to see little Tom, or to fulfil the plans for making him and his grandmother more comfortable, which she had proposed to herself. She regretted her rash promise to Mr. Bellingham, of attending to the little boys welfare; all that she could do was done by means of Mrs. Masons servant, through whom she made inquiries, and sent the necessary help.详情