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Horace and his mother Mrs. Cleveland embarked on a journey through dangerous robber infested country. The adventures that followed in a remote cave show how God was at work in those who were held captive. Horace was shackled for ransom, but the robbers were bound by different chains. A.L.O.E. develops this spiritual metaphor and points to being set free in Christ. "The Bible was to him as the Father's letter, treasured in the bosom of the Son; as the charter by which he held all his dearest hopes; as the 'pardon signed and sealed' granted to the prisoner by the grace of his King."
Charlotte Maria Tucker (1821-1883) was born in Barnet, England. Her gift of teaching appeared in her first book, "The Claremont Tales," which illustrates the Beatitudes, and her pen name became A.L.O.E. (A Lady of England). Her brothers moved to India, but she remained at her childhood home for 49 years, when in 1869, her mother died and she took up the study of Hindustani. In 1875, she felt a divine call to travel to India where she stayed for 18 years. She carried on the missionary work of teaching Indian women and children and writing stories until her death.