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Frances Wayland

Frances Wayland (1796-1865)
Frances Wayland (1796-1865)

Wealth is not acquired, as many persons suppose, by fortunate speculations and splendid enterprises, but by the daily practice of industry, frugality, and economy.  He who relies upon these means will rarely be found destitute, and he who relies upon any other, will generally become bankrupt. 

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