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Eugenie came slowly back from the garden to the house, and avoidedpassing, as was her custom, through the corridor. But the memory ofher cousin was in the gray old hall and on the chimney-piece, wherestood a certain saucer and the old Sevres sugar-bowl which she usedevery morning at her breakfast.

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This day was destined to be solemn throughout and full of events.Nanon announced the cure of the parish church. He was related to theCruchots, and therefore in the interests of Monsieur de Bonfons. Forsome time past the old abbe had urged him to speak to MademoiselleGrandet, from a purely religious point of view, about the duty ofmarriage for a woman in her position. When she saw her pastor, Eugeniesupposed he had come for the thousand francs which she gave monthly tothe poor, and she told Nanon to go and fetch them; but the cure onlysmiled. wig quick weave

"To-day, mademoiselle," he said, "I have come to speak to you about apoor girl in whom the whole town of Saumur takes an interest, who,through lack of charity to herself, neglects her Christian duties.""Monsieur le cure, you have come to me at a moment when I cannot thinkof my neighbor, I am filled with thoughts of myself. I am veryunhappy; my only refuge is in the Church; her bosom is large enough tohold all human woe, her love so full that we may draw from its depthsand never drain it dry." wiggins q rings

"Mademoiselle, in speaking of this young girl we shall speak of you.Listen! If you wish to insure your salvation you have only two pathsto take,,either leave the world or obey its laws. Obey either yourearthly destiny or your heavenly destiny." wig quick weave

"Ah! your voice speaks to me when I need to hear a voice. Yes, God hassent you to me; I will bid farewell to the world and live for Godalone, in silence and seclusion."

"My daughter, you must think long before you take so violent a step.Marriage is life, the veil is death."

"Yes, death,,a quick death!" she said, with dreadful eagerness."Death? but you have great obligations to fulfil to society,mademoiselle. Are you not the mother of the poor, to whom you giveclothes and wood in winter and work in summer? Your great fortune is aloan which you must return, and you have sacredly accepted it as such.To bury yourself in a convent would be selfishness; to remain an oldmaid is to fail in duty. In the first place, can you manage your vastproperty alone? May you not lose it? You will have law-suits, you willfind yourself surrounded by inextricable difficulties. Believe yourpastor: a husband is useful; you are bound to preserve what God hasbestowed upon you. I speak to you as a precious lamb of my flock. Youlove God too truly not to find your salvation in the midst of hisworld, of which you are noble ornament and to which you owe yourexample."

At this moment Madame des Grassins was announced. She came incited byvengeance and the sense of a great despair.

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