neat two-story brick house.
He always remained sober and industrious, and they lived in great comfort and respectability.
The younger brother likewise passed through his apprenticeship in a manner very satisfactory to his friends; and at twenty-one years of age, he also was introduced to the governor with testimonials of his good conduct.
He was united to a very respectable young woman, but died a few years after his marriage.
Both these young men always cherished warm gratitude and strong attachment for Isaac T. Hopper
They both regularly attended the meetings of the Society of Friends, which had become pleasantly associated in their minds with the good influences they had received from their benefactor.
was a strict disciplinarian while he was inspector, and it was extremely difficult for the prisoners to deceive him by any artful devices, or hypocritical pretences.
But he was always in the habit of talking with them in friendly style, inquiring into their history and plans, sympathizing with their troubles and temptations, encouraging them to reform, and promising to assist them if they would try to help themselves.
It was his custom to take a ramble in the country with his children every Saturday afternoon. All who were old enough to walk joined the troop.
They always stopped at the prison,