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Page 231 - In a worldly point of view," wrote he, " such friendship as mine is a poor thing. I am a man of nothing, it is true ; but I have lived long enough to know that there are other successes besides wealth and station. There are such things as self-respect, contentment, and the love of friends ; and I do think my experiences will help him to secure some share of these. " There is, however, one entreaty I would prefer, and if there he in your memory any kind thought of me, you will not refuse my prayer.