Excerpt from Linked Lives
IT was on a Sabbath morning, about a hundred years ago, that our story 0 us. The Sabbath was then a high day, north of t e Tweed, for the people were still overshadowed by great memories of stress and turmoil, when men and women had dared and endured much for conscience' sake. The day was therefore prized, not only on account of its sacred origin, but also because it was linked in the national mind with convictions and institutions which had become a part of the people's existence.
There were, of course, not a few exceptions, and some of these were sufficiently ﬂagrant to challenge attention.
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