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Lessons in Life for All Who Will Read Them

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"If you want to buy a small, well-cultivated farm, at about half what it is worth, I think I know where you can get one." "Do you?" "Yes. Three years ago it was bought for three thousand dollars, and seven hundred paid down in cash. Only eight hundred dollars have since been paid on it; and as the time for which the mortgage was to remain has now expired, a foreclo
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Kindle Edition, Webster's Portuguese Thesaurus Edition
Published (first published 1851)
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Interesting reading. Thought provoking morality tales from the 19th century.
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Interesting to get a glimpse of the morals of the late 19th Century. Loved it.
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Full name: Timothy Shay Arthur. Founder of the magazines Arthur's Home Gazette, Arthur's Home Magazine, and The Children's Hour, and editor of the Baltimore Athenaeum and Baltimore Saturday Visitor.