Charles Dickens about charity (“Bleak House”, 1853) - there were two classes of charitable people; one, the people who did a little and made a great deal of noise; the other, the people who did a great deal and made no noise at all.
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there were two classes of charitable people; one, the people who did a little and made a great deal of noise; the other, the people who did a great deal and made no noise at all.
 Charles Dickens, Bleak House (1853). copy citation

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