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Others include John Little (who appears in Merryweather), Reverend Mr Jones of Blewbury (also in Merryweather) and Dick Jarrel, whose surname was really Jarrett and an account of whom appeared in the Annual Register for 1806.The many volumes of this publication also figured among Mr Boffin's purchases.

After his death, property to the value of more than £3,000 was found in the cellar, some in the form of property deeds, and more in bank receipts.A typical late example of Christian doctrine on the subject is the Reverend Erskine Neale's The Riches that Bring No Sorrow (1852), a moralising work based on a succession of biographies contrasting philanthropists and misers.Running parallel has been a disposition, inherited from Classical times, to class miserly behaviour as a type of eccentricity.In the third section of that novel, Mr Boffin decides to cure his ward Bella Wilfer of her obsession with wealth and position by appearing to become a miser.Taking her with him on a round of the bookshops, Mr Boffin would say, 'Now, look well all round, my dear, for a Life of a Miser, or any book of that sort; any Lives of odd characters who may have been Misers.' ....