"Thquire, shake handth, firtht and latht! Don't be croth with uth poor vagabondth. People mutht be amuthed. They can't be alwayth a learning, nor yet they can't be alwayth a working, they an't made for it. You muth have uth, Thquire. Do the withe thing and the kind thing too, and make the betht of uth; not the wurtht!"
Hard Times, Book the Third, Chapter 8, "Philosophical"