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You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I ' -..Again, therefore, was the iogenuity of the &ithful wife taxed to remove, ODce more, the weary prieo Der to the shelter of his subterraneous home.Her hopes of obtuning A pardon through the influence of frieoda had turned out fallacious, and we may easily picture the heart- wrung anguish with which she retraced her steps to her husband's precarious asylum ; but when we read that for nine years afterwards, she continued her visits, and shared the gloom of an imprisonment her presence alone irradiated, we are lost in admiration of a fidelity so inexhaustible in its patience and unswerving in the self - sacrifice of its devotion.Refrain fivm automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us.We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help.Woman is described by Shakspeare as " naturally bom to fean ; " and how these must have been em^ mented by the perils of a life, each act of whiohj in reference to her husband, was a hazardous enterprise, threatening not less her own safety, than that of her other fkr dearer self, must be fully realized before . Suffice it, that in this type of woman, Eponioa will, indeed, " outstrip all prois^ and make it halt behind her." That nothing might be wanting to intensify the pathos of her history, we find that, during her nine years' voluntary incarceistion, Eponina becamfl SPONIHA. This ctrcamstanc^ of courae, rendered de- tection ftlmost certain ; bnt, bj a read; stratagem, it was evaded, and the twin-sons, who first looked upon the vorld in tlie gloom of nnnatnral solitude, were educated by tbeir heroic mother, whose life had been perilled for their own.