toichteousneht arm ! a small teto be in oney

He knew what to expect. Nor was he bay until their deliverer had dragged the disappointed. His tenancy was to cease. bleeding gentleman and unconscious lady The scene of his weary toil was to pass to over the hedge into the next field. other hands. His dear little ones were It was Robin, and he hurried towards to abandon their native roof. God of the hall to procure assistance, and having Righteousness! God of Justice! Stretch arrived at the house, through which he out Thy right arm! No!--Thy will be done. knew his way well, he summoned the

Just at this time a small tenement in the servants, and directed them to the spot adjoining parish happened to be in the where the unfortunate pair lay. He then market. It was a freehold, and inoney proceeded to the study, where he knew the was forthcoming to purchase the same; Squire spent his afternoons. A sudden and Robin Dafydd became a free and terror seized him when he perceived Robin independent subject of the realm. In his advancing towards him with a bloody stick new abode be tilled the earth and under- in his hand, for he concluded that Robin took an occasional job for the surrounding meditated an attack upon him. farmers, and kept up the family duty; and “What do you want here ?” he said like the deep and free ocean that surged sharply, and rising from his seat. below his peaceful hamlet, he came and “I've come on a particular job,” said went, rose and bowed to the will of his Robin. “The young Squire of Trefagos Divine Maker; while the Squire nurtured has been attacked by one of the bulls in the unpleasant consciousness of his high- the park, and he would have been gored to handed action, and repented at leisure death, had I not been able, through the aid for what he had perpetrated in haste. of my dog, to drag the youth away. Your

The county member died, and left his daughter is also seriously alarmed.” only son the whole of his property, includ- So was the Squire, but not too much to ing Robin Dafydd's gift. His successor feel the sting in Robin's words. did not take to politics like his father, and The victims of the untoward episode consequently the Squire had a better were carried to the hall, and medical opinion of him, and he became somewhat assistance was procured, which soon friendly with the young heir, who was a restored them to their usual health. frequent visitor at the hall. It was not Inquiries were made for the hero, but he long before the local gossips, who watched was gone. A messenger was sent to his the progress of events from the heights of house, but failed to find him. The Squire maternity and spinstry, were able to was annoyed; he sought the opportunity announce an attachment between the to make amends for his former tyranny. young heir and Miss Helen, and further on The poor inan's body was found later on. they reported an engagement. ,

He had succumbed to the after effects One day the betrothed couple were of internal injuries received during the strolling through the beautiful and struggle. The event cast a general gloom spacious park which surrounded the over the whole neighbourhood, and the Squire's mansion, when Miss Helen espied largest crowd ever seen there assembled to a young bull approaching towards them pay his mortal remains their last respect. threateningly from the herd close by. She A beautiful marble obelisk, the grandest drew her lover's attention to it, and he memorial stone in the ancient churchyard, proceeded to meet it with his stick uplifted. marks his grave. On one side are He aimed a heavy blow at it, but missed, engraved, and the infuriated beast knocked him

IN MEMORY OF A PARTICULAR JOB, . down, and would undoubtedly have gored

while on the opposite side are the sad him to death but for the appearance of a

circumstances of the brave man's end. man from the bordering covert, who rushed past the fainting lady, and, snatching the

T. L. OWEN. stick from the prostrate gentleman, dealt Carnarvon. the animal a blow that sent him toppling over, while his faithful dog kept him at

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