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" ... an insight which should search out the life of a man in his pecuniary relations would penetrate into almost every cranny of his nature. He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and how to abound, has a great knowledge : for if we take account... "
Plain Living and High Thinking: A New Year Homily - Page 30
by Theodore Thornton Munger - 1897 - 61 pages
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Notes from Life in Six Essays

Sir Henry Taylor - 1848 - 194 pages
...nature. He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and how to abound, has a great knowledge : for if we take account of all the virtues with which money is mixed up, — honesty, justice, B generosity, charity, frugality, forethought, self-sacrifice, — and of their correlative vices,...
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Notes from Life in Six Essays ...

Sir Henry Taylor - 1849 - 196 pages
...nature. He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and how to abound, has a great knowledge : for if we take account of all the virtues with which money...saving, spending, giving, taking, lending, borrowing, and bequeathing, would almost argue a perfect man. First : — As to the getting of money. This involves...
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The Home friend, a weekly miscellany of amusement and instruction

Society for promoting Christian knowledge - 1855
.... . He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and how to abound, has ti great knowledge : for if we take account of all the virtues with which money...humanity ; and a right measure and manner in getting, savins;, spending, giving, taking, lending, borrowing, and bequeathing, would almost argue a perfect...
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Money: how to get, how to keep, and how to use it

Money - 1853
...the life of a man in his pecuniary relations would penetrate into almost every cranny of his nature. If we take account of all the virtues with which money...saving, spending, giving, taking, lending, borrowing, and bequeathing, would almost argue a perfect man." Business, by which men get money, is a general...
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A Practical Treatise on Business: Or, How to Get, Save, Spend, Give, Lend ...

Edwin Troxell Freedley - 1853 - 355 pages
...nature. He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and to abound, has a great knowledge ; for, if we take account of all the virtues with which money...saving, spending, giving, taking, lending, borrowing, and bequeathing, would almost argue a perfect man." — TAYLOR'S Notes from Life. OUR subject is Business,...
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Notes from Life in Seven Essays

Henry Taylor - 1853 - 197 pages
...nature. He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and how to abound, has a great knowledge : for if we take account of all the virtues with which money...saving, spending, giving, taking, lending, borrowing, and bequeathing, would almost argue a perfect man. First : — As to the getting of money. This involves...
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Notes from Life in Seven Essays

Henry Taylor - 1853 - 197 pages
...nature. He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and how to abound, has a great knowledge : for if we take account of all the virtues with which money...right measure and manner in getting, saving, spending, 1 giving, taking, lending, borrowing, and bequeathing, would almost argue a perfect man. First : —...
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The elements of banking

James William Gilbart - 1854
...nature. He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and how to abound, has a great knowledge: for if we take account of all the virtues with which money...correlative vices — it is a knowledge which goes near lo cover the length and breadtli of humanity : and a right measure and manner in getting, saving, spending,...
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Liber Cantabrigiensis, an account of the aids afforded to poor students, the ...

Robert Potts - 1855
...nature. He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and how to abound, has a great knowledge: for if we take account of all the virtues with which money...justice, generosity, charity, frugality, forethought, selfsacrifice,'—and of their correlative vices,—it is a knowledge which goes near to cover the...
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The elements of banking

James William Gilbart - 1855
...nature. He who knows, like St. Paul, both how to spare and how to abound, has a great knowledge : for if we take account of all the virtues with which money is mixed up — honesty, justice, generosity, cbarity, frugality, forethought, self-sacrifice, — and of their correlative vices — it is a knowledge...
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