not behaved well to you: let us put it in his power to make some slight reparation."
"Edina, I—I hope I am not uncharitable or unforgiving, but I do not feel that I can ask him," breathed poor Mrs. Raynor.
"But I don't want you to ask him, Mary; I will do that," returned Edina. "Perhaps I shall not like doing it more than you would; but the thought of poor little Robert will give me courage."
"Those governors have only a presentation once in three years, I fancy," observed Charles. "George Atkinson may have given away his next turn."
"We can only ascertain, Charley. And now—I wonder how we are to find his address? I hope he is in England!"
"He is at Eagles' Nest, Edina."
"At Eagles' Nest!" repeated Edina.
"He took possession of it six months ago, and gave