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Or, rather, they will have to discover that there never was, or can be, any other
kind of commerce; that this which they have called commerce was not commerce
at all, but cozening; and that a true merchant differs as \ ^ much from a merchant ...
object, of his life, if he be a true clergyman, any more than his fee (or honorarium)
is the object of life to a true physician. Neither is his fee the object of life to a true
merchant. All three, if true men, have a work to be done irrespective of fee—to ...
Many of his chapters are, therefore, true and valuable; and the only conclusions
of his which I have to dispute are those which follow from his premises. Thus, the
idea which lies at the root of the passage we have just been examining, namely,
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I saw this in a charity shop and bought it solely because it contains his wonderful fairy tale, "The King of the Golden River". I will, I'm afraid, skip the essays on art, architecture, and culture ... Read full review