TO THE SAME. Present th' Events of the approaching Day: 网上兼职彩票 Present th' Events of the approaching Day: TO MISS 鈥楲EILA鈥?HAMILTON. We left Rawal Pindi in a tonga. The night was black, the carriage had no lamps; but now and again, at the sound of the driver's horn, dark masses鈥攂aggage camels, scarcely distinguishable in the gloom鈥攎ade way for us to go past at a gallop. 鈥楾he jackals treated us to their varied music last night; but one does not mind them a bit, for they never seem to attack people, or intrude into houses. I wish that they would teach their good manners to the sparrows. The cheetah also is a modest creature. There was an account very lately of a cheetah going into a verandah at Dalhousie; nothing between it and the interior of the house but a chick blind; but it was too polite to intrude. It would be rather exciting to look at a cheetah through a chick blind; you can see through it quite well, as the light is outside. 鈥楯uly 2.鈥擳he work is going on at Batala, love, though we are absent. The Bible-woman, lately sent, who was here to-day, has access into nearly double the number of zenanas that Florrie and I had. There is also daily bazaar-preaching; and I. D. tells me that he has great hopes from the new Batala Boys鈥?School, where the little lads listen readily to daily religious instruction. The women, I hear, want me back; but I do not see my way to returning till the rains are over. It would not do to dwell in a house which might be surrounded by water.鈥? don't. I'm alone, really--with my back to the wall fighting the world-- If, Friends, you wou'd but now this Place accost,  wear myself into a nervous wreck tutoring stupid Freshmen. Present th' Events of the approaching Day: The road goes on. Trees cast their shade on the flagstone pavement, but between the houses and through open windows the sandy plain may be seen, the endless whiteness lost in a horizon of dust.