[...]indeed regarded as a great compliment; but since his wife's death he had t once attended. People said of him that he had become indifferent to the work of his life, but in this they hardly spoke the truth. He had become indifferent rather to what had been its pleasures. To that which his conscience told him was its work, he applied himself with assiduity eugh. There were two cares which sat near his heart: first, that one should rob him; and secondly, that he should rob one. It will often be the case that the first will look after[...].