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CONSIDER yourself the guardian of the character of those who may be absent, as you would wish others to guard your character in your absence.
LITTLE pains and little annoyances and little discomforts are as much a part of our discipline as are the formidable adversities that occasionally smite us like hurricanes.—T. L. Cuyler.
— July and August, 1885 —