The Nature of Boys

To Jane Mecom DEAR SISTER, Philadelphia, I received your letter, with one for Benny, and one for Mr. Parker, and also two of Benny’s letters of complaint, which, as you observe, do not amount to much. I should have had a very bad opinion of him, if he had written to you those accusations of …

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Advice to a Young Tradesman, Written by an Old One

To my Friend A. B. As you have desired it of me, I write the following Hints, which have been of Service to me, and may, if observed, be so to you. Remember that TIME is Money. He that can earn Ten Shillings a Day by his Labour, and goes abroad, or sits idle one …

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