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The Merchant's, to provide for it. And the duty of all these men is, on due occasion
, to die for it. “On due occasion,” namely:- The Soldier, rather than leave his post
in battle. The Physician, rather than leave his post in plague. The Pastor, rather ...
Neither is his fee the object of life to a true merchant. ... irrespective of fee—to be
done even at any cost, or for quite the contrary of fee; the pastor's function being
to teach, the physician's to heal, and the merchant's, as I have said, to provide.
And though in another part of the same passage, the hardware merchant is
supposed also to dispense with a number of servants, whose “food is thus set
free for productive purposes,” I do not T inquire what will be the effect, painful or ...
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