William Gaye Starbuck, A woman against the world, Londres, William Clowes, 1864.
In the bottom of the trout-stream may be gathered pieces of what appear to be rotten sticks. Examine them and you will find a living caddis-worm within. The outside is not always the truest manifestation of the inner life. Perchance there is a spirit in the land withat! Who or what shall make reply? The tomstones whereon trut writes? The parish register that tells ful many a tale? The workhouse records with their notes on charity? The nameless cromlechs on the barren moors? Or Mr. Apsly’s confortable dining-room?