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" But, father," interrupted the boy, "you are poor and needy, and you have bought the loaf, and the baker may tell a lie, and " " I will not listen to you, my boy. I bought the loaf, but I did not buy the gold in it. If the baker sold it to me in ignorance,... "
The New England Farmer - Page 105
1869
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The Church

1872
...will not listen to you, my boy; I bought the loaf, but I did not buy the gold in it. If the baker sold it to me in ignorance, I shall not be so dishonest...who told us to do to others as we would have others do to us. The baker may possibly cheat us. I am poor, indeed, but that is no sin. If we share the poverty...
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The Christian pioneer, ed. by G. Harris

George Harris - 1844
...principles were, that we should do justly ; that we should love our neighbour as ourselves ; that we should do to others as we would have others to do to us. Mr ALEXANDER MACUONALD next spoke on Religious Liberty. Civil Liberty had been justly defended as a...
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The Church

1856
...did not buy the gold in it. If the baker sold it to me in ignorance, 1 shall not be so dishonest aa to take advantage of him ; remember Him who told us to do toothers as we would have others do to us. The baker may possibly cheat us; I am poor, indeed, but...
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The Sunday school magazine, and journal of Christian instruction. [Continued ...

1849
...will not listen to you, my boy, I bought the loaf, but I did not buy the gold in it. If the baker sold it to me in ignorance, I shall not be so dishonest...as to take advantage of him; remember Him who told ns to do to others as we would have others do to ns. The baker may possibly cheat ns ; but that is...
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The Christian Treasury, Volume 5

Protestantism - 1850
...will not listen to you, my boy; I bought the loaf, but I did not buy the gold in it If the baker sold it to me in ignorance, I shall not be so dishonest...who told us to do to others as we would have others do to us. The baker may possibly cheat us; but that is no reason why we should try and cheat him. I...
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The Edinburgh Christian magazine

Religion - 1850
...boy ; I bought the loaf; but I did not buy the gold in it. If the baker sold it to me in ignorance, 1 shall not be so dishonest as to take advantage of...who told us to do to others as we would have others do to us. The baker may possibly cheat us; but that is no reason why we should try and cheat him. I...
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The South-western Monthly, Volume 1

1852
...not listen to you, my boy. I bought this loaf, but I did not buy the gold in it. If the baker sold it to me in ignorance, I shall not be so dishonest as to take advantage of him; remember Him who has told us to do to others as we would have others do to us. The baker may possibly cheat us. I am...
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Treasures in Song and Story from Aunt Mary's Portfolio

Children's poetry - 1853 - 224 pages
...not listen to you, my boy ; I bought the loaf, but I did not buy the gold in it. If the baker sold it to me in ignorance, I shall not be so dishonest as to take advantage of him. Eemember Him who told us to do to others as we would have others do to us. The baker may possibly cheat...
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The Church scholar's magazine [formerly The Church of England Sunday scholar ...

...not listen to you, my boy ; I bought the loaf, but I did not buy the gold in it. If the bakor sold it to me in ignorance, I shall not be so dishonest...who told us to do to others as we would have others do to us. The baker may possibly cheat us, but that is no reason why we should try and cheat him. I...
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Gems from Fable-land: A Collection of Fables Illustrated by Facts

William Oland Bourne - Fables - 1854 - 336 pages
...will not listen to you, my boy. I bought the loaf, but I did not buy the gold in it. If the baker sold it to me in ignorance, I shall not be so dishonest...who told us to do to others as we would have others do to us. The baker may possibly cheat us. I am poor, indeed, but that is no sin. If we share the poverty...
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