Alexander, J. – My Brothers Keeper

Letters from James Alexander (1804—1859) to his younger brother, on the virtues and vices, the duties and dangers of youth.

Alexander, J. – My Brothers Keeper

by James Alexander (1838)

Letters from James Alexander (1804—1859) to his younger brother, on the virtues and vices, the duties and dangers of youth.

CONTENTS of My Brothers Keeper

1 Reading the Scriptures
2 Gratitude to Parents
3 Life is Short
4 Vacations
5 Amusements
6 Bodily Exercise
7 Early Rising
8 The Habit of Diligence
9 Learning Something Every Hour
10 Three Self-taught Scotch Lads
11 Formation of Habits
12 Dangers of Evil Companions
13 Friendships
14 Good Example
15 Truth and Falsehood
16 Manly Independence
17 False Shame
18 Evil Speaking
19 Benevolence
20 Secret Prayer
21 The Great Concern

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