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The Wolf Boy of China by William Dalton
The Wolf Boy of China by William Dalton
The Wolf Boy of China by William Dalton
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THE
WOLF BOY OF CHINA



By WILLIAM DALTON

A 340 Page PDF Electronic Book created by 8bitDownload Publications

THIS work has been cordially recommended, not only for young readers, but for those of larger growth. The descriptions of the Celestial Empire are fascinating; the adventures and ’capes hairbreadth are exciting enough to make every body who reads it wish to go to China almost as earnestly as Robinson Crusoe made him long for a Desert Island and a Man Friday. Having submitted it to our little friends Mary Lizzie and her cousin Eddie for perusal, and had their hearty approval, this American edition is offered to the public.



C O N T E N T S



I “PRODUCE MUCH, CONSUME LITTLE; LABOR DILIGENTLY, SPEND CAUTIOUSLY,"
................................... 9
II. THE GEM CANNOT BE POLISHED WITHOUT FRICTION, NOR MAN PERFECTED WITHOUT TRIALS”IT III. “HE GODS CANNOT HELP A MAN WHO LOSES OPPORTUNITIES,”
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IV. A WISE MAN ADAPTS HIMSELF TO CIRCUMSTANCES, AS WATER SHAPES ITSELF TO THE VESSEL THAT CONTAINS IT,”
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V. IF MEN WILL HAVE NO CARE FOR THE FUTURE, THEY WILL SOON HAVE SORROW FOR THE PRESENT,”
.......................................................................................... 42
VI. “HAT IS TOLD IN THE EAR IS OFTEN HEARD A HUNDRED MILES OFF,”
.....................................................46 VII. “VERY DAY CANNOT BE A FEAST OF LANTERNS,”.55
VIII . “O SPOIL WHAT IS GOOD BY UNSEASONABLENESS IS LIKE LETTING OFF FIREWORKS IN RAIN,”. 68
IX. “O CONTRIVE IS MAN’ PART; TO ACCOMPLISH IS HEAVEN’,”
...........................................................................78
X. LOOKERS-ON MAY BE BETTER JUDGES OF THE GAME THAN THE PLAYERS,”
............................................ 91
XL HE WHO HASTENS TO BE RICH INCURS PERIL,”.98
XU. “IGNORANT DOCTOR IS NO BETTER THAN A MURDERER,”
.......................................................................108
XIII. “OVE OP GAIN TURNS WISE MEN INTO FOOLS” 117
XIV. “HE WHO COULD SEE ONLY THREE DAYS INTO FUTURITY MIGHT ENRICH HIMSELF FOREVER,”125
XV. “ICHES COME BETTER AFTER POVERTY THAN POVERTY AFTER RICHES,”
............................................. 135
XVI. “ARGE FOWLS WILL NOT EAT SMALL GRAIN,”. 145
XVII. "A NEEDLE IS NOT SHARP AT BOTH ENDS,”. . 159
XVIIL “THE MORE TALENTS ARE EXERCISED THE MORE THEY WILL BE DEVELOPED,”
........................................ 175
XIX. “E WHO DOES NOT SOAR HIGH WILL SUFFER THE LESS BY A FALL,”
..................................................... 184
XX. “A RASH MAN PROVOKES TROUBLE; BUT WHEN THE TROUBLE COMES IS NO MATCH FOR IT,”193

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XXII. “HE BEST SWIMMERS ARE OFTENEST DROWNED; AND THE BEST RIDERS HAVE THE WORST FALLS,”
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XXIII “INDNESS IS MORE BINDING THAN A LOAN,”. 218
XXIV. “OR THE SAKE OF ONE GOOD ACTION A HUNDRED EVIL ONES SHOULD BE FORGOTTEN,”. 225
XXV. “IT IS BETTER TO SUFFER AN INJURY THAN TO COMMIT ONE,”
.............................................................233
XXVL “IN NATURE ALL MEN ARE ALIKE; BUT BY EDUCATION WIDELY DIFFERENT,”..............................249
XXVII. “ MAN MUST MAKE HIMSELF DESPICABLE BEFORE HE CAN BE REALLY DESPISED BY OTHERS,”
............................................................................. 254
XXVII “VIL CONDUCT IS THE ROOT OF MISERY . . 264
XXIX. “O PERSECUTE THE UNFORTUNATE IS LIKE THROWING STONES ON ONE FALLEN INTO A WELL,”
.................................................................................277
XXX. “AFTER IS LESS DREADED THAN FIRE, YET FEWER SUFFER BY FIRE THAN BY WATER,”280 XXXI. “HE WHO TOILS WITH PAIN WILL EAT WITH PLEASURE,”
....................................................................... 290
^XXII. EGGS ARE CLOSE THINGS, BUT THE CHICKS COME OUT AT LAST,”
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XXXIII. “ HUNTER’ DOG WILL AT LAST DIE A VIOLENT DEATH,”
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XXXIV. “LET US FULFIL OUR OWN PARTS, AND AWAIT THE WILL OF HEAVEN,”
.................................... 328
XXXV “ HUNTER’ DOG WILL AT LAST DIE A VIOLENT DEATH,”
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