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A HISTORY OF SAVINGS BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES FROM THEIR INCEPTION IN THE ... - Página 39
por EMERSON W. KEYES - 1876
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Volumen4

1816
...these Societies. We agree in the following sentiment, and wish every success to the laudable scheme contemplated : "It is not by the alms of the wealthy,...oftener given to idleness and hypocrisy, than aid to sufr-ring worth. He is the most rfl'ective benefactor to the poor, who enOrdinations. Ordained at Northborough,...
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The Pamphleteer, Volumen7

1816
...sensibly alive to. the truth that it is not by the alms of the wealthy that the good of the working class can be generally promoted. By such donations...oftener given to idleness and hypocrisy, than aid to Buffering worth. He is . the most effective benefactor to the poor, who encourages them in the habits...
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The Pamphleteer, Volumen7

Abraham John Valpy - 1816
...taken the lead in these banks in the north. This gentleman seems to be sensibly alive to the truth that it is not by the alms of the wealthy that the good of the working class can be generally promoted. By such donations encouragement is far oftener given to idleness...
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Penn Monthly, Volumen9

Robert Ellis Thompson, William Wilberforce Newton, Otis H. Kendall - 1878
...incorporation for a " Saving Bank." In the announcement of their intention, the following words were used : " It is not by the alms of the wealthy that the good of the lower classes can be generally promoted. By such donations, encouragement is far oftener given to idleness...
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Cyclopaedia of Political Science, Political Economy, and of the ..., Volumen1

John Joseph Lalor - 1882 - 858 páginas
...of intention to apply to the legislature of Massachusetts for an act of incorporation. They say : " It is not by the alms of the wealthy that the good...such donations encouragement is far oftener given toidleness and hypocrisy than aid to suffering worth. He is the most effective benefactor to the poor,...
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Cyclopædia of Political Science, Political Economy, and of the Political ...

John Joseph Lalor - 1883
...of intention to apply to the legislature of Massachusetts for an act of incorporation. They say: " It is not by the alms of the wealthy that the good...them in habits of industry, sobriety and frugality." — This, the Boston provident savings institution, was incorporated Dec. 13, 1816, thus giving to...
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Century of American Savings Banks, Volumen1

James Hilton Manning - 1917
...one of these societies. We agree in the following sentiment, and wish every success to the laudible schemes contemplated: "It is not by the alms of the wealthy, that the good of the lower classes can be generally promoted. By such donations, encouragement is far oftener given to idleness...
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History of the Thrift Movement in America

Simon William Straus - 1920 - 256 páginas
...called by the Honorable James Savage, was held at which the following truthful sentiment was endorsed : It is not by the alms of the wealthy that the good of the lower classes can be generally promoted. By such donations encouragement is far oftener given to idleness...
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Poverty and Progress

Stephan THERNSTROM - 1964 - 286 páginas
...reached by rigidly individualistic means. Workmen could be "helped" only to help themselves. It was "not by the alms of the wealthy" that "the good of the lower classes" was to be promoted, declared the organizers of one of the earliest of American savings institutions;...
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The Decline of Thrift in America: Our Cultural Shift from Saving to Spending

David M. Tucker - 1991 - 196 páginas
...and Scotland. The editor of Boston's Christian Disciple supported the benevolent purpose, writing: "It is not by the alms of the wealthy, that the good...encourages them in habits of industry, sobriety and frugality."6 Boston organizers of the Provident Institution for Savings regarded their work as Christian...
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