Early in 1876 Miss Wauton had written in the Society鈥檚 Report: 鈥業 think we may consider the Batala Mission now thoroughly established.鈥?This meant that about five Girls鈥?Schools had been opened for Hindu, Sikh, and Muhammadan scholars, under the superintendence of the Catechist鈥檚 wife, being from time to time visited by the Amritsar Missionary ladies. The children were taught elementary Christian truths; they learned to sing simple hymns; and books were given to them. The work, however, was hardly more than begun, when A. L. O. E. decided to make Batala her home. One Native Catechist and his wife were there; one Batala man had been baptized; and a certain number of children had begun to learn a few simple truths. For the rest, Batala was 鈥榓 stronghold of bigoted Muhammadanism.鈥? Miss C. As for Arithmetics, they鈥檙e at my fingers鈥?ends. Which never can an Harvest yield, 北京赛车定位软件 Miss C. As for Arithmetics, they鈥檙e at my fingers鈥?ends. It is not sorrow,鈥攔est from strife; Virginia, 11 849 7 15 鈥榊ou are in the furnace, my precious sister,鈥攁 hotter furnace, perhaps, than that which tries your child. I need not repeat that whenever you want me, you have only to send for me. You and I understand each other! How sweet is the tie between us! Dear Mother is apt to indulge hopes of your boy鈥檚 recovery. I think that she hardly realises his state, and probably she scarcely knows how to write under the circumstances. She has had a cold these last few days, but is, I hope, throwing it off.... ???Most perfect are, Miss C. As for Arithmetics, they鈥檙e at my fingers鈥?ends.