Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 3 (1824), 532.

Hints on the Influence of Parental Conversation and Example





Scientific Practitioners

    Observes: 'I remember Dr. Franklin observes, he could never recollect what he had for dinner, an hour after; which indifference he ascribes to a laudable custom, in his parents, of never either praising or finding fault with the dishes at their table'.

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