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- This inalienable habit of saving, as an end in itself, belonged to the industrious men of business of a former generation, who made their fortunes slowly, almost as the tracking of the fox belongs to the harrier,—it constituted them a "race," which is nearly lost in these days of rapid money-getting, when lavishness comes close on the back of want.1.12 -- Book 1 Chapter 12 -- Mr. and Mrs. Glegg at Home (51% in)
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