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Lydia Maria Child, Isaac T. Hopper: a true life, The two young offenders. (search)
creed whatsoever. Among these, he mentions in his journal, Professor Stokes of Dublin, who relinquished a salary of two thousand eight hundred pounds a year, becausely partial to the young. Speaking of a visit to a gentleman in the environs of Dublin, by the name of Wilson, he says: I rose early in the morning, and the eldest da visited, they told him an instructive story concerning a Quaker who resided in Dublin, by the name of Joseph Torrey. One day when he was passing through the streetsrom the following anecdote. One day, while he was visiting a wealthy family in Dublin, a note was handed to him, inviting him to dine the next day. When he read it a to him. Upon one occasion, Friend Hopper went into the Court of Chancery in Dublin, and kept his hat on, according to Quaker custom. While he was listening to tinclined, he quietly withdrew. One day, when he was walking with a lawyer in Dublin, they passed the Lord Lieutenant's castle. He expressed a wish to see the Coun