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‘It can’t be helped,’ said the archdeacon, somewhat gruffly; for he was a man who, on certain points, chose to have his own way — and had it.

“One can’t be superior to a family that goes back to the twelfth century. We only go back to the fourteenth. A wanderer and a writer of bitter verse. They’ll know I shall want to cart you off to the East. Besides, I only have fifteen hundred a year, and practically no expectations.”

‘Lord Dumbello is so completely his own master,’ continued Mrs Grantly, and a slight, unintended semi-tone of triumph mingled itself with the meekness of that whisper.

The night which sunk down on the sickbed of Ramorny was not doomed to be a quiet one. Two hours had passed since curfew bell, then rung at seven o’clock at night, and in those primitive times all were retired to rest, excepting such whom devotion, or duty, or debauchery made watchers; and the evening being that of Shrovetide, or, as it was called in Scotland, Fastern’s E’en, the vigils of gaiety were by far the most frequented of the three.

‘I’ll go into a home, I think,’ continued Lucy. ‘You know what these homes are?’ Mrs Robarts assured her that she knew very well, and then Lucy went on: ‘A year ago I should have said that I was the last girl in England to think of such a life, but I do believe now that it would be the best thing for me. And then I’ll starve myself, and flog myself, and, in that way I’ll get back my own mind and my own soul.’

“My niece (with many good qualities) is a narrow-minded young woman,” Mrs. Farnaby explained. “You are not like the men she is accustomed to see. She doesn’t understand you — you are not a commonplace gentleman. For instance,” Mrs. Farnaby continued, with the matter-of-fact gravity of a woman innately inaccessible to a sense of humour, “you have got something strange on your hair. It seems to be melting, and it smells like soap. No: it’s no use taking out your handkerchief — your handkerchief won’t mop it up. I’ll get a towel.” She opened an inner door, which disclosed a little passage, and a bath-room beyond it. “I’m the strongest person in the house,” she resumed, returning with a towel in her hand, as gravely as ever. “Sit still, and don’t make apologies. If any of us can rub you dry, I’m the woman.” She set to work with the towel, as if she had been Rufus’s mother, making him presentable in the days of his boyhood. Giddy under the violence of the rubbing, staggered by the contrast between the cold reception accorded to him by the niece, and the more than friendly welcome offered by the aunt, Rufus submitted to circumstances in docile and silent bewilderment. “There; you’ll do till you get home — nobody can laugh at you now,” Mrs. Farnaby announced. “You’re an absent-minded man, I suppose? You wanted to wash your head, and you forgot the warm water and the towel. Was that how it happened, sir? “

‘Are we going to hold these dismal levees all through the night?’ I demanded at the fourth house, where I dreaded the repetition of the thrice-told tales.

“My Lord of March,” said the Duke of Albany, “the meanest of the barons of whom you speak put their followers in arms even when they receive their dearest and nearest friends within the iron gate of their castle; and, if it please Our Lady, I will not care less for the King’s person than they do for their own. The Brandanes are the King’s immediate retainers and household servants, and an hundred of them is but a small guard round his Grace, when yourself, my lord, as well as the Earl of Douglas, often ride with ten times the number.”

So saying, he caught Jezabel by the rein, and galloping alongside of her, without giving Oliver time to express a negative, he rushed towards the Devil’s Dick, who had halted on the top of a rising ground at some distance. The gentle Johnstone, however, either that he thought the contest unequal, or that he had fought enough for the day, snapping his fingers and throwing his hand out with an air of defiance, spurred his horse into a neighbouring bog, through which he seemed to flutter like a wild duck, swinging his lure round his head, and whistling to his hawk all the while, though any other horse and rider must have been instantly bogged up to the saddle girths.

The tumult of feeling in Esther’s mind — mortification, anger, the sense of a terrible power over her that Felix seemed to have as his angry words vibrated through her — was getting almost too much for her self-control. She felt her lips quivering; but her pride, which feared nothing so much as the betrayal of her emotion, helped her to a desperate effort. She pinched her own hand to overcome her tremor, and said, in a tone of scorn —

“When you marry, Aileen,” her mother used to say to her, “we’ll have a grand time here. Sure we’ll do the house over then, if we don’t do it before. Eddie will have to fix it up, or I’ll do it meself. Never fear.”

While he moved about the room, he still saw the look in her eyes, he still heard the tone of her voice, when she spoke of the young lady in the park. The words of the good physician whom he had consulted about her recurred to his memory now. “The natural growth of her senses has been stunted, like the natural growth of her body, by starvation, terror, exposure to cold, and other influences inherent in the life that she has led.” And then the doctor had spoken of nourishing food, pure air, and careful treatment — of the life, in short, which she had led at the cottage — and had predicted that she would develop into “an intelligent and healthy young woman.” Again he asked himself, “What ought I to do?”

Esther chose to take the volume submissively, rather than to adopt the ungraceful sincerity of saying that she was unable at present to give her mind to the original functions of a bishop, or the comparative merit of endowments and voluntaryism. But she did not run her eyes over the pages during her solitary drive to get a foretaste of the argument, for she was entirely occupied with Felix Holt’s prophecy that she would marry Harold Transome.

‘I don’t know,’ said Griselda, looking down upon the ground. Mrs Grantly thought that this upon the whole was rather a good opening. It might have been better. Some point of interest more serious in its nature than that of a waltz might have been found on which to connect her daughter’s sympathies with those of her future husband. But any point of interest was better than none; and it is so difficult to find points of interest in persons who by their nature are not impulsive.

‘I say, master,’ said Mike Brindle, going up to Felix, ‘don’t you think that’s one o’ the ‘ lection men?’

His voice was a little weak as he started to give his testimony. He told first how he had met Cowperwood in the early months of 1866 — he could not remember the exact day; it was during his first term as city treasurer — he had been elected to the office in the fall of 1864. He had been troubled about the condition of city loan, which was below par, and which could not be sold by the city legally at anything but par. Cowperwood had been recommended to him by some one — Mr. Strobik, he believed, though he couldn’t be sure. It was the custom of city treasurers to employ brokers, or a broker, in a crisis of this kind, and he was merely following what had been the custom. He went on to describe, under steady promptings and questions from the incisive mind of Shannon, just what the nature of this first conversation was — he remembered it fairly well; how Mr. Cowperwood had said he thought he could do what was wanted; how he had gone away and drawn up a plan or thought one out; and how he had returned and laid it before Stener. Under Shannon’s skillful guidance Stener elucidated just what this scheme was — which wasn’t exactly so flattering to the honesty of men in general as it was a testimonial to their subtlety and skill.

Hobson was most anxious to ascertain whether Victoria Island, driven by the north-west wind out of the current, had approached the continent. Everything, in fact, depended upon this, which was their last chance of safety. But without sun, moon, or stars, instruments were of course useless, as no observations could be taken, and the exact position of the island could not be determined. If, then, they were approaching the land, they would only know it when the land came in sight, and Hobson’s only means of ascertaining anything in time to be of any service, was to get to the south of his dangerous dominions. The position of Victoria Island with regard to the cardinal points had not sensibly altered all the time. Cape Bathurst still pointed to the north, as it did when it was the advanced post of North America. It was, therefore, evident that if Victoria Island should come alongside of the continent, it would touch it with its southern side,— the communication would, in a word, be re-established by means of the broken isthmus; it was, therefore, imperative to ascertain what was going on in that direction.

“I don’t think he would like it,” Amelius objected. “He’s not a very pleasant fellow, anywhere; but he’s particularly disagreeable at his place of business.”

Rufus stretched out his long legs on the floor, and fixed his shrewd grave eyes steadily on Amelius.

It was only two weeks later that Frank took his departure from Waterman & Company, interested and yet in no way flustered by his new prospects. And great was the grief of Mr. George Waterman. As for Mr. Henry Waterman, he was actually irritated by this defection.

“He had the chief’s authority,” he said, “for saying that Simon Glover should abide until the champions went down to the battle.”

“Well, I was wondering,” said Michael, “whether the Cherrel’s weren’t too straight-necked and servicey for anything,”

As to all that wide parish of Treby Magna, it had since prospered as the rest of England has prospered. Doubtless there is more enlightenment now. Whether the farmers are all public-spirited, the shopkeepers nobly independent, the Sproxton men entirely sober and judicious, the Dissenters quite without narrowness or asperity in religion and politics, and the publicans all fit, like Gaius, to be the friends of an apostle — these things I have not heard, not having correspondence in those parts. Whether any presumption may be drawn from the fact that North Loamshire does not yet return a Radical candidate, I leave to the all-wise — I mean the newspapers.

“No, miss. But a letter came by hand about half-past nine. I noticed him distraight, miss, when I took the whisky in. Perhaps it’s nothing, but being so sudden, I . . . Can you hear me, miss?”

“Yes, I’m sure,” replied Cowperwood.

“I suppose not; but this is no joke for him. It’s his whole life.”

“What prevents us from settling here?” asked Corporal Joliffe. “You will own, Lieutenant, that it is a very inviting spot.”

‘Mark,’ Sowerby said to him one day, when they were out together, ‘this brute of mine is so fresh, I can hardly ride him; you are young and strong; change with me for an hour or so.’ And then they did change, and the horse on which Robarts found himself mounted went away with him beautifully.

“No more a witch than I am a warlock, ” said the honest smith: “a poor, broken hearted thing, that, if she hath done evil, has dreed a sore weird for it. Be kind to her. And you, my musical damsel, I will call on you tomorrow morning, and carry you to the waterside. This old woman will treat you kindly if you say nothing to her but what becomes honest ears.”

今年全国两会召开以来,习近平总书记三下团组,与代表委员共商国是。他指出,要谋划进一步全面深化改革重大举措,为推动高质量发展、推进中国 式现代化持续注入强劲动力。代表和委员们表示,要以总书记重要讲话精神为指引,以高质量履职服务高质量发展,为扎实推动中国式现代化建设凝心聚力,为全面推进强国 建设、民族复兴伟业作出更大贡献。

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3月的北京,春阳普照,万物滋荣。习近平总书记来到出席全国两会的代表委员中间,同大家亲切交流。谆谆话语,殷殷嘱托,向会内会外传递 发展信心,凝聚奋进力量。

全国政协委员 张连起:今年的两会,是在一个关键时候的一个关键大会,盛世盛会。世界产业变革和科技革命正好跟我们培育发展新质生产力,推动高质量发展紧密结合。习近平总书记关 于新质生产力的重要讲话,丰富和发展了习近平经济思想,我们国家在新质生产力方面,既有含金量、也有含新量、也有含绿量。

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全国政协委员 林毅夫:我们还是每年可以对世界经济增长贡献30%左右,还是为世界增长最主要的驱动力量。我们为什么能够取得这么亮丽的成绩,最主要有党的坚强领导。2024年 我相信应该是可以在5%以上的增长,我们技术创新、产业升级、我们新质生产力不断涌现,这就是我们的底气。国际经济确实充满着挑战,但中国就像一艘大的航空母舰, 不管外面的风多高、浪多急,只要做好我们自己的事,肯定能够乘风破浪前进。

全国政协委员 吕国泉:这是一次展示决心的两会,面对复杂多变的国内外形势,不回避矛盾,不好高骛远。我们既要增强“时时放心不下”的责任感,还要切实转化为“事事心中有底”的 行动力。对实现今年的目标任务,以优异成绩迎接新中国成立75周年,我们有志气,更有底气。

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盛世盛会议国是 团结奋进新征程

在江苏代表团审议时,总书记强调要牢牢把握高质量发展这个首要任务,因地制宜发展新质生产力。在看望民革、科技界、环境资源界委员时, 总书记指出,加强基础研究和应用基础研究,打好关键核心技术攻坚战,培育发展新质生产力的新动能。在解放军和武警部队代表团,总书记强调要大力推进自主创新、原始 创新,打造新质生产力和新质战斗力增长极。

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全国人大代表 韩雪松:去年9月,习近平总书记在我们黑龙江考察时首次提出新质生产力,在中央政治局集体学习时又深刻指出发展新质生产力是推动高质量发展的内在要求和重要着力点 。这次两会上,总书记再次把发展新质生产力摆在了突出位置,进一步阐明了发展新质生产力的关键问题,为高质量发展指明了方向。

全国政协委员 孙志嘉:新质生产力是创新起主导作用。我们科技界委员和广大科技工作者将担起这份科技创新的重任,加快重点领域和关键核心技术攻坚克难,对基础研发、技术突破、产 业应用等创新全链条进行赋能,助力新质生产力的形成和发展。

全国人大代表 周云杰:我们就是要按照总书记的要求坚定不移地做下去,加速传统产业数字化转型,助力企业提质降本增效,传统产业也会焕发出新质生产力的强大动能。

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全国人大代表 赵松:推动新质生产力同新质战斗力高效融合、双向拉动。统帅对全面提升新兴领域战略能力作出的部署,凝结着对时代大势的深刻洞察,超前部署体现着高超的战略前瞻性 ,号令如山,使命催征。我们一定牢记嘱托,奋力打造新质生产力和新质战斗力增长极,跑出新时代奋斗强军加速度。

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实现现代化是近代以来中华民族孜孜以求的梦想。在全国两会上,代表委员们表示,经过党的十八大以来在理论和实践上的创新突破,我们成功 推进和拓展了中国式现代化。历史和实践已经并将进一步证明,这条道路,不仅走得对、走得通,而且也一定能够走得更稳、走得更好。

全国政协委员 季加孚:我们深切地认识到,要实现中国式现代化,必须坚定不移地坚持党的领导。在新的发展征程上面临着诸多风险和挑战,我们要深刻领悟“两个确立”的决定性意义, 坚决做到“两个维护”。作为医卫界的一员,我将致力于提升健康服务质量,为中国式现代化的发展提供坚实的支撑。

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全国政协委员 杨钰尼:中国式现代化是物质文明和精神文明相协调的现代化。习近平文化思想的确立为我们更好地担负起新时代新的文化使命指明了前进方向,我将团结引领更多民族地区 的年轻人深入挖掘和发扬中华优秀传统文化,为推进民族地区现代化提供强大的精神动力。

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全国人大代表 单泽峰:我们要以京津冀协同发展战略实施十周年作为里程碑,更好协同推进科技创新和产业创新,同时还要加快推进公共服务协同发展,牢固树立以人民为中心的发展思想 ,不断提高群众生活的品质,扎实推进共同富裕,为中国式现代化夯实根基。

全国政协委员 吴忠民:我们国家经济社会发展,已经进入加快绿色化、低碳化的高质量发展阶段,生态环境保护也要进入高水平阶段。在联组会的时候,总书记强调,加强生态保护,以高 水平保护支撑高质量发展。作为环境资源界这一新设立界别的委员,我们要以履职的实际成效推动实现人与自然和谐共生的现代化,让绿色发展成为高质量发展的底色,实现 中华民族永续发展。

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