Ah, Peter, we who have made the great mistake, how differently we should all act at the second chance.
Solomon had several excellent mottoes for keeping them at their work, such as "Never put off laying to-day, because you can lay to-morrow," and "In this world there are no second chances," and yet here was Peter gaily putting off and none the worse for it.
Here he first observed her, and was so pleased with her beauty, that he prevailed with the young gentlemen to change their intended ride that evening, that he might pass by the habitation of Molly, and by that means might obtain a second chance of seeing her.
The second chance was to write to the elder Miss Vanstone, and to ask (with some alarming reason for putting the question) for information on the subject of her younger sister's whereabouts, and of any peculiarities in her personal appearance which might enable a stranger to identify her.
But you shall have no second chance to deal so again: nay, let us settle our dispute here with true judgement divided our inheritance, but you seized the greater share and carried it off, greatly swelling the glory of our bribe-swallowing lords who love to judge such a cause as this.
The grant will enable Second Chance to serve local youth, ages 14 to 21, from the East Mesa Juvenile Detention Facility and Kearny Mesa Juvenile Detention Facility, in addition to youth exiting Camp Barrett, Girls Rehabilitation Facility and the Juvenile Ranch Facilities.