LIFE, CHARACTER, AND MINISTRY,
I.Ate OF BARnBOW. NEAR LEEDS.
Author Of "The Village Blacksmith," "the Wall's End Miner,'
"the Polemic Divine," &e., &c.
"Narrow is that roan's soul, which the good of himself, or of hiB own
lelations and friends can fill: but he, who, with a benevolence, warm as the
heat of the sun, and diffusive as its light, takes in all mankind, and is sincerely
£lad to see poverty, whether in friend or foe, relieved, and worth cherished,
makes the merit of all the good that is done in the world his own, by the
complacency which he takes in seeing or hearing it done."—Anon,