MR. UNSWORTH was an impressive figure when he took his morning walks. He was a retired merchant who had conducted a successful business for many years with the utmost probity. The dignity and honor of his past were reflected in his bearing. It was proud without being lofty, magnanimous without being benign, interested without being curious.By MAZO DE LA ROCHE35 min
AT AN INFORMAL house party in Toronto a few months ago, one of the guests turned to another and remarked: “I can never think of those old times without acknowledging how much, of whatever I am, I owe to you, Charles.” The speaker was the late Rev. Dr. Robert Norwood, rector of one of the most influential churches in New York, famous as an orator and renowned as an author and poet.By JOHN M. ELSON10 min
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