Tales of the Scottish Peasantry, by H. Duncan and Others

Tales of the Scottish Peasantry, by H. Duncan and Others

Tales of the Scottish Peasantry, by H. Duncan and Others.cHenry Duncan
Tales of the Scottish Peasantry, by H. Duncan and Others
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Author: Henry Duncan
Page Count: 64 pages
Published Date: 19 May 2012
Publisher: Not Avail
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: Englishhttps://d20eq91zdmkqd.cloudfront.net/assets/images/book/large/9781/3469/9781346963945.jpg
Type: PDF
ISBN: 9781236207197
Download Link: Tales of the Scottish Peasantry, by H. Duncan and Others
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1862 Excerpt: ...good man was rich." "Why do you wish that, my dear?" said Mr. Meek. "Do you think a good-hearted man may not be happy, even though he should be poor?" Eliz.--I don't know, sir. Perhaps he may; but then, you know, he cannot do any good if he is poor. Mr. Meek.--I don't agree with you there, Elizabeth. I have known many poor men very useful. Indeed, there is nobody, however low his station may be, but has in his power to do some good. Eliz.--But if a man is very poor, of what. use can he be to families that are starving of hunger and cold? I am sure that day I went to Mammon-hall, I could not help envying Mr. and Mrs. Plum; for there were beggars at the kitchen-door, and I saw a servant give one of them a silver sixpence, and another an old hat for her child. Mr. Meek.--There are many ways of relieving distress, my dear, without giving anything away; and to tell you the truth, I am afraid there is more harm than good done by serving beggars at the door, and encouraging them to be idle, when they should be helping others with their labour. James, who had been listening very attentively all this while, seemed much surprised to hear such a speech from the minister, and could not help saying, " I thought, sir, it was the duty of every man to be as charitable to the poor as he could. I am sure, my father has often told us so, and I think I have heard you say so too in the pulpit." Mr. Meek smiled, and said, "So you think, James, that I recommend one thing from the pulpit, and another--" "No," said James, eagerly interrupting him, and deeply blushing as he spoke, " no indeed, sir. I never thought any such thing; but I was afraid I had not understood you rightly." Mr. Meek.--I really don't wonder that ...

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