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DEC 1882 •
Witb a Sketch of ber Father,
FUDGE FRASER OF LUCKNOW.
MRS. GEORGE CUPPLES.
III. SCHOOL DAYS IN THE HIMALAYAS—VOYAGE TO ENG
LAND . . . .
IX. SCENES IN INDIA-A VISIT HOME-HONOURS CON
FERRED-CARES AND ANXIETIES . . . .
X. A WOMAN'S WORK IN INDIA—ZENANA MISSION, ETC. 151
MEMOIR OF MRS. VALENTINE.
EDWARD GUSTAVUS FRASER. The subject of our memoir, HENRIETTA SMITH ISABEL VALENTINE, was born at Agra, in India, on the ad December 1849; her father, the late well-known Judge Fraser of Lucknow, being then assistant-secretary to the Sudder Board of Revenue, under Sir William Muir.
The only remaining child of her parents, she inherited from her mother, who survives her, a gentle demeanour, a warm, affectionate heart, and that thorough devotedness of feeling which they both exemplified in religious matters; at the same time she was very markedly a counterpart of her father. She resembled him not only in personal appearance, but in mind and in character, having the same “strong, logical intellect, singularly true and well-balanced judgment, unswerving rectitude, high-toned honour, repellent to everything mean, with a fear of God that regulated and sanctified all.”
Her father, Edward Gustavus Fraser, was in many respects a most remarkable man; so much so, that a brief account of him here will be found fully justified; this the more especially because of his being inixed up with various signal occurrences in India, and