"Our Rich Young Men--An Evil to be Reformed."
Ov Kick YHtf -Aa -Aa Cril to J f Fpeeial efforts are ia progress for rescuing the Children of the Poor from ignorance and vice, and for rendering them worthy and useful members of Society. ' Similar efforts, we apprehend, would not be out of place, to convert the Sons of the Rich into respectable, respectable, useful, and honored citizens. For we verily believe that a more useless and unpromising unpromising class of young persons cannot be found among us, than the Sons of our wealthy men. Every one who has taken the trouble to reflect upon the matter, must experience a feeling of profound dissatisfaction dissatisfaction at the manner in which our New-York New-York New-York young men are brought up. Every American American who feels within him the conviction of the glorious future for which this country is destined, must sorrow over the waste of that youthful material, whose task it should be to perfect what we have so bravely begun.