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- ...myself, and had more to put out almost every year, and it's to go and be sunk in other folks' furniture, and encourage 'cause in luxury and extravagance as they've no means of supporting; and I'm to alter my will, or have a codicil made, and leave two or three hundred less behind me when I die,—me as have allays done right and been careful, and the eldest o' the family; and my money's to go and be squandered on them as have had the same chance as me, only they've been wicked and wasteful.3.3 -- Book 3 Chapter 3 -- The Family Council (59% in)
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