she left her ▓place.Sarah could at that moment only feel; h●er future was bound up in her father’▓s.
We have not, however, space to ▓dilate on all Miss Leon urged or Sarah f▓elt.Suffice it, that the next m▓orning Sarah turned away from the▓ house which for nearly two year
s had been a▓ happy home.She knew not if● she should ever be welcome there agai▓n.Miss Leon was indeed still h▓er friend; but how could even she ai▓d her now She returned to that dil▓apidated dwelling where old Esther stil▓l lived, feeling that heavy as she had thoug●ht her t
rial when she had first entered thos▓e doors, it was light, it was● joy to that which was hers now.
Da▓y after day, in the brief period intervening bef●ore Levison’s final trial, did h▓is devoted daughter visit hi▓s cell, and not in vain.The terr●or, the anguish which had