Instead, therefore, of applauding “happy poverty,” which applause is so much the fashion of the present day, I despise the man that is poor and contented; for, such content is a certain proof of a base disposition, a disposition which ...
Author: William Cobbett
Publisher: Good Press
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Under the head of " WIDOWS are , generally , old women wholly unable to work ; and that of “ OLD Men ” are men past all labour : in some of the instances lodging places , in very poor and furetched houses , are found these old people ...
To this I very reluctantly submitted , being very poor in pocket . My wife and eldest daughter were also taken ill at the same time . However , the morrow took thought for the things of itself ; for in a day or two a person brought me a ...
William Travers Pope (c1824-1880), actor and dramatist: 'Kathleen Mavourneen, a production which we cannot speak of in high terms, as the language in it is very poor ... the entire construction of the play is a wretchedly bad copy of ...
Lost Most poor people are lost from the vision of being rich. Looking for guidance, so they ... Work hard; Make good Grades that is the key to coming out of this state they are living. ... This world that a poor person lives in is hard.
Author: Roderick Van Daniel
A Poor Man's Dream symbolizes hope, faith, and love. Putting your faith in the Lord will guide you through the rough and rocky roads in your life. Pushing Through Pushing through the times of our trials and tribulations. Pushing through the pain and the agony of the past, present, And future of my generation. Pushing through the love from the Lord And the strength of my mother's ambitions For me to make it through. Pushing through the hatred of the white Man toward us. Pushing through the hatred of our people Toward each other. Pushing through the financial situation that American "The Wonderful" has placed upon us. Pushing through when hope seems so far. Pushing through when life is at its worst With love, hope, faith, positive thoughts, and Believing in your Dreams. Pushing Through!!!!! -Roderick Van Daniel
Release on 1856 | by William Connor MAGEE (successively Bishop of Peterborough, and Archbishop of York.)
Would their frequenters be only the very poor and the very depraved , who in coming there would make their first step from vice to virtue ; or would they not be , in far greater numbers , the respectable , the moral , the religious ...
Author: William Connor MAGEE (successively Bishop of Peterborough, and Archbishop of York.)
Release on 1985 | by Christoffel Anthonie Olivier van Nieuwenhuijze
According to some informants , this way of saying is not current among farmers . The very poor also may find it difficult to pay a fixed sum at regular intervals . One researcher has joined a sayings club , as he wanted to buy a piece ...
Author: Christoffel Anthonie Olivier van Nieuwenhuijze
6. Think Contentment to be the truest Riches , and Covetousness the greatest Poverty . He is not rich that hath much , but he that has enough . That Man is poor that vets more , and yet wants a Heart to enjoy what he has already , 1 .
We INSTITUTED , MARCH , 1846 . aware of the alarming amount of DESTITUTION and arise from intra - mural interments , and by so doing , by stirring them up to a peaceful con“ Blessed is he that considereth the Poor . - Psalm XLI .
... besigne of the Gospel ( which is to crown the conquered ) was returning , to give you a new vilte , and to make you savourie , as in the dayes of old : But more particularly , what ever be the wickednesfe of men , and your innocency ...
A. The liturgy in the vulgar tongue of every country , would be attended with great inconveniencies : neither is it so very requisite ; seeing the priest at mass is not preaching , but praying , and offering sacrifice for the people ...
Agnes was the eldest child of a worthy and very poor neighbour of Mrs. Aikin . Her father had been disabled for some months , by falling from a building , and had recently died ; her mother had lost her health from over - exertion .
4 A LETTER TO LORD PALMERSTON . own . trict - and every town is full of them , and the poor dwell there . The poor man has no choice . Poverty is a sentence always executing itself . A few weeks spent in the country by his family every ...
Poor man's guardian Henry Hetherington. LETTER TO HIS MAJESTY CROWLEDGE ON HIS CRITICAL SITUATION AT THE PRESENT : IMPORTANT CRISIS . ini . Saya bit Studna Breton bh SUBPREAD S.NO OR TORO PBZSS HIS MAJESTY AT THE THEATRE , AND COWARDLY ...
Think Contentment to be the truest Riches and Coverousness the greatest Poverty . He is not Rich that has much , but he that has enough ; that Man is . Poor who Covets more , and yet wants a Heart to enjoy what he has already . 7.
Mother comes any time, and as for father, he would rather go fishing.” “You would like the Edwards boy, since he came so long ago?” “Yes, I think so, aunt.” “He is poor, and works hard, and has not been in fine company much, I presume, ...
Author: Mary E. Wilkins
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reproduction of the original: Jerome, a Poor Man by Mary E. Wilkins
the outskirts of our country congregations , and in sweet fellowship to go and come from the house of God , will be at no loss to conceive , how , in such situations are always to be found the best informed , as well as the most ...
Is another walking in darkness and hath no light ? Jesus saith , I am the light of the world : he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness . ' Are our bones dried , ' like the bones in the valley , ' and our hope lost ; are we cut ...
Every other man in the place would be just as happy letting her take charge. ... Michael wanted to counter with a “Me, for one person who doesn't,” but kept quiet. ... “No man complains when my hand is in his boxers, darling.
Author: Laura Stapleton
Publisher: Stapleton Enterprises
Maxine Johnson has always loved Michael. But instead of being his girl, she watched him marry someone else. For years, Maxine hovered on the outskirts of his life and hated herself for still loving him. Michael Sinclair has always loved Maxine, but she's the daughter of wealthy ranchers. His own parents are drunks who never kept a job. So he moved on, married another woman, and fathered two children. Even after he divorced, Michael didn't trust that a woman like Maxine would ever stick with him. But has his latest move finally pushed her away for good? And when he realizes, she's the only one he wants, can he ever get her back?