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" It was not exactly the most agreeable company one could wish for one's pleasure. Eight of them were illegitimate; four were brought up by drunken and criminal parents; one lad was known to the police for ninety-two thefts; one had escaped from prison.... "
The romance of charity - Page 11
by Jan de Liefde - 1867 - 480 pages
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1868
...thefts ; one had escaped from prison. But Vichern and his mother were but too happy to have them. There was something for which to pray and to suffer, to wrestle and to toil. Certainly it was an arduous task for the young man, who had never had such work in hand before. But...
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Six months among the charities of Europe, Volume 1

Jan de Liefde - Charities - 1865
...begin the great work which the Saviour of the lost had prepared for him. Before a week had elapsed three boys came, and the year had not closed when...to suffer, to wrestle and to toil. And what could i John xx. 29. THE FIRST FAMILY. 13 love more delight in, provided there were some likelihood of saving...
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Six Months Among the Charities of Europe, Volume 1

Jan de Liefde - Charities - 1865
...four were brought up by drunken and criminal parents ; one lad was known to the police for ninety- two thefts ; one had escaped from prison. They were a...to suffer, to wrestle and to toil. And what could i John xi. 29. love more delight in, provided there were some likelihood of saving a few ? Certainly...
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The Ladies' Repository, Volume 26

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1866
...Liefde. " Wichern slept with them in the same bedroom, and took his meals with them in the same parlor. It was not exactly the most agreeable company one...task for the young man, who never had such work in band before. But what he lacked in experience was made up by his kind mother's wisdom. And true, genuine...
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The Guardian, Volumes 26-27

Conduct of life - 1875
...return for parental urses, and to beat their mothers when scolded for coming home with empty lands." But Wichern and his mother were but too happy to have them. He slept with them in the same bed-room, and ate with them at the same table. At that time she was...
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Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine, Volume 12

1882
...lad was known to the police for ninety-two thefts ; one had escaped from prison. But Wiohern and hia mother were but too happy to have them. Here was something...some likelihood of saving a few ? Certainly it was au arduous task for the young man, who never had such work in hand before. Bnt what he lacked in experience...
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