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- CHA*AUTM AND IMPUTATION.

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CHA*AUTM AND IMPUTATION. Reputation helps to make character. To be continually telling a boy that he is a bad boy ii i»ore likely to make him worse than better. To give a class thq deputation of bei^g the" wont âaøs in school," ind to keep noising it abroad, in not likely to ise the moral tone or discipline of the class. A man wJ"* has served out a term in pr ison for orim. find it k s "d to shew himself trustworthy, becav- nobody trusts him. His reo Ctatjpn m an clingy to him, and, oa> t he is exceptionally strong of will, reiosm pwme hopeleas to him, and be maka back to Ik* Iwrol to which his bad r«pu4»fcio» has b«en |p»*iat>ing him. As the character of other* d» ■Mida largely upon their reputation, we l&mM It wiw bow «• handle thai repoAatio*

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