young souls, they instinctively recognized the true hero.
One of them asked him many questions about his childhood, and he recounted, with great interest, the incidents of his infancy and boyish days.
When the old man was preparing to return to Kansas, Master Henry (to whom the letter is addressed) asked his father's permission to give all his pocket money to Captain Brown.
The permission was readily given, and the old hero received the money.
He promised, at the same time,--if he should evenished.
As he phrased it, I know no more grammar than one of your calves.
But he went to the University of the West, where he studied the science of Liberty; and, having taken his degrees, he finally commenced the public practice of humanity in Kansas.
Such were his humanities — he would have left a Greek accent slanting the wrong way, and righted up a falling man.
Henry D. Thoreau. He would always choose to stay at home & work hard rather than be sent to school; & during the warm season mi