Of his friends he welcomed most heartily not the most powerful, but the most devoted.He hated not the man who defended himself when injured, but such as showed no gratitude for a favour.He rejoiced to see the avaricious poor and to enrich the upright, desiring to render right more profitable than wrong.
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