Nell, of Shorne Mills
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This is a novel book. She was spoken of as 'Miss Nell, of Shorne Mills' and the simple folk were as proud of the title as was Nell herself. They were both fond and proud of her. In any cottage and at any time her presence was a welcome one, and every woman and child, when in trouble, flew to her for help and comfort even before they climbed to the vicarage--that refuge of the poor and sorrowing in all country places. As she swung to the little gate behind her this morning, she paused and looked round at the familiar scene; and its beauty, its grandeur, and its solitude struck her strangely, as if she were looking at it for the first time.