All The Difference

IN a large party, one evening, the conversation turned upon young men's

allowance at college. Tom Sheridan lamented the ill-judging parsimony of

many parents in that respect. I am sure, Tom, said his father, you

need not complain; I always allowed you eight hundred a year.--Yes,

father, I must confess you allowed it; but then it was never paid.

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