I'd like a comment on the meaning of a sense of depths of mournful tolerance below, especially the phrase mournful tolerance.
"You and me have spoke some hard things to each other in our time,
Charity; and there's no good that I can see in any more talking now. But
I'll never feel any way but one about you; and if you say so we'll drive
down in time to catch that train, and go straight to the minister's
house; and when you come back home you'll come as Mrs. Royall."
His voice had the grave persuasive accent that had moved his hearers at
the Home Week festival; she had a sense of depths of mournful tolerance
under that easy tone. Her whole body began to tremble with the dread of
her own weakness.
"Oh, I can't----" she burst out desperately.
"Father forgive them, for they know not what they do" - that's mournful tolerance The speaker puts up with something, but regrets the fact that he has to.