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Praiseworthy' s Generosity
Praiseworthy was a butler, since he remembered himself. He was a very
generous man, who helped people in every situation. No mattered what
problem there was, he always found a solution. He was also an optimist
person, meaning in all the negative, he saw something positive.
Praiseworthy was a type of man who changed '' lemons into lemonade.''
During this short time, as we knew, Praiseworthy helped a lot of people in
needs. Praiseworthy solved a problem with spoiled potatoes and grape
cuttings, helped Quartz Jackson became a handsome man, and the most
importantly, he replaced Jack's father.
Praiseworthy solved the problem with spoiled potatoes and grape
cuttings. There was a Yankee trader, Azariah Jones, who carried eighteen
barrels of potatoes and a French immigrant, Monsieur Gaunt, who carried
grape cuttings. They both were Lady Wilma' s passengers. One day, Azariah
Jones cried that he ruined, because all his potatoes spoiled. The next day,
Monsieur Gaunt cried that his grape cuttings were drying because there was
not a water in the ship. Praiseworthy found a way to help both of them. He
said, that Mr. Azariah had to sell his spoiled potatoes to Monsieur Gaunt.
They thought that his joking, but Praiseworthy explained them that the
potatoes may be spoiled, but they were juicy . As Gaunt needed a water, he
could poke each of his grape cuttings into a plump potato and they would
stay alive until they got to the shore. In that case, Mr Azariah would get a
money and Gaunt would save his grape cuttings. And, of course, both of
them agreed with Praiseworthy' s offer. It was a auxiliary offer for two of
them. Solving their problem, Praiseworthy and Jack got a shovel and pick
from each of them.
Praiseworthy helped Quartz Jackson to became a handsome man. Jack
and he met Quartz Jackson in San Francisco....
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