you, Sir Knight,'' said Rowena, ``as a Christian.
Then I forgive
you," said the man, dropping his cloak, and advancing to the light.
You are not very gallant, my husband," replied the young woman, smiling, "but as I am equally bored I can forgive
You will forgive
and understand me if I say no more of this period of my life.
He's an upstart who must once have had a fortune of his own; and he forgives
nobody because, in order to live, he has been compelled to become a servant.
I never can write it again, and I'll never forgive
you as long as I live.
But I hope you'll forgive
me this once--this very first break.
I do forgive
you, Hester," replied the minister at length, with a deep utterance, out of an abyss of sadness, but no anger.
I hope the Lord -- I KNOW the Lord will forgive
him, because it was such good- heartedness in him to tell it.
But she shall forgive
me again, and on more reasonable grounds.
For I never was less disposed to forgive
him the way he used to batter Traddles, than when I saw Traddles so ready to forgive
She is going to write a letter to the friends at the Hall Farm for me to give them when she is gone, and when I told her you were here, she said, 'I should like to say good-bye to Adam and ask him to forgive