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" ... through the school of practical life ; it is therefore free from the taint of pedantry. A keen student of the world's affairs and of men, his judgment has become accurate, his tact remarkable, and his knowledge is .worth to the world an hundred-fold... "
The Pillsbury Family: Being a History of William and Dorothy Pillsbury (or ... - Seite 163
1898 - 307 Seiten
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The Granite Monthly, Band 5

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - 1882
...knowledge is .worth to the world an hundred-fold that of many a patron of our august institutions. He learned the shoemaker's trade when fourteen years...to aid others in need at the time. When twenty-one vears old he did not possess a dollar in money. Soon however he was engaged with a firm of shoe manufacturers...
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The Granite Monthly, Band 5

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - 1882
...his knowledge is worth to the world an hundred-fold that of many a patron of our august institutions. He learned the shoemaker's trade when fourteen years...all his earnings, over a plain living for himself, lor the support of his widowed mother and to aid others in need at the time. When twenty-one vears...
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Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: A ..., Band 2

Ezra S. Stearns, William Frederick Whitcher, Edward Everett Parker - 1908 - 2067 Seiten
...more. He was afterwards employed at Marlboro, Massachusetts. Up to the time he attained his majority he gave all his earnings over a plain living for himself for the support of his widowed mother and to aid ethers in need at the time. When twenty-one years of age he consequently did not possess a dollar in...
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The Granite Monthly, Band 5

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - 1882
...his knowledge is worth to the world an hundred-fold that of many a patron of our august institutions. He learned the shoemaker's trade when fourteen years...others in need at the time. When twenty-one years old he did not possess a dollar in money. Soon however he was engaged with a firm of shoe manufacturers...
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