Jeannette Hulme Platt1855-08-10Cyrus PlattOur precious one knows all. I have just left her. Calmly, more calm than in health, she asks for each article of her own, and names the loved one she wishes to have them. Oh, what a privilege to see a Christian die! "Oh, Jinty darling," said she to me (sending all away but our own two selves), and laying her gentle hand on my face, "Oh, what you have been to me! This face, the sunshine of my life." "Yes, and what you have been to me,--my guide and example always; and now, oh what a bright light at this dark moment for me to follow!" I replied, "I shall soon follow you; you are now my example. I will do as you do now when I get in the ‰_dark valley;‰_ for I shall never be able to say more than you now do." "I want, I only want to do right and feel right."