A Provident Boy





AN avaricious fenman, who kept a very scanty table, dining one Saturday

with his son at an ordinary in Cambridge, whispered in his ear, Tom,

you must eat for to-day and to-morrow.--O yes, retorted the

half-starved lad, but I han't eaten for yesterday and to-day yet,

father.





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