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1907 Excerpt: ...in my boat, the passengers seated themselves on
them, and I sculled them out to the steamer. They got on board, and
I lifted the trunks and put them on the deck. The steamer was about
to put on steam again, when I called out, 'You have forgotten to
pay me.' Each of them took from his pocket a silver half-dollar and
threw it on the bottom of my boat. I could scarcely believe my eyes
as I picked up the money. You may think it was a very little thing,
and in these days it seems to me like a trifle, but it was a most
important incident in my life. I could scarcely credit that I, the
poor boy, had earned a dollar in less than a day; that by honest
work I had earned a dollar. The world seemed wider and fairer
before me. I was a more hopeful and thoughtful boy from that time."
By all means let our Sunday Schools remember Lincoln in lessons and
exercises on some given Sunday in February. It is not only an
interesting subject, but has vital connection with civic
righteousness and noble patriotism. Already in this number the
Editor has placed some lines by Edwin Markham, but he wishes to
quote the same poet once more. What follows is something that Mr.
Markham wrote when he wished briefly to indicate what was needed in
public life. The example of Lincoln enforces such an ideal: How do
we need to keep the nation whole, To guard the pillars of the
state? We need The fine audacities of honest deed; The homely old
integrities of soul; The swift temerities that take the part Of
outcast right--the wisdom of the heart; Brave hopes that Mammon
never can detain, Nor sully with his gainless clutch for gain.
LETTER-BOX. ENIGMA XVI. I Am composed of 14 letters. My 5, 4, 3, 7,
is to damage. My 2, 3, 6, 13, 10, is very important to man. My 11,
12, 8, 12, 14, is a mark of punc...
|Country of origin:
Unitarian Sunday Society
||246 x 189 x 12mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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