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James Parton, The life of Horace Greeley, Chapter 6: apprenticeship. (search)
ing this boy to be one of his own neighbors, Mr. Bliss continued his work and quickly forgot that hhe man that carries on the printing office? Mr. Bliss then turned, and resting upon his hoe, survewant a boy to learn the trade? Well, said Mr. Bliss, we have been thinking of it. Do you want to Horace Greeley. Now it happened that Mr. Amos Bliss had been for the last three years an Inspeld give a correct and complete analysis. In Mr. Bliss's own account of the interview, he says, On er half an hour's conversation with the boy, Mr. Bliss intimate ed that he thought he would do, andace to the garden, and presented his paper. Mr. Bliss, whose curiosity had been excited to a high n his high-low shoes. The terms proposed by Mr. Bliss were, that the boy should be bound for five se of his powers. About this time, writes Mr. Bliss, a sound, well-read theologian and a pryoung men during his residence in Poultney. Mr. Bliss, however, was his senior and his employer; a[13 more...]