The New International Encyclopædia/Put Yourself in His Place
PUT YOURSELF IN HIS PLACE. A novel by Charles Reade (1870). It is a story of an English manufacturing town, in which Henry Little, a workman and inventor, is persecuted by the trades unions, jealous because he was better trained than his fellows. Squire Raby, Little's uncle, is a forcible character, and a pleasant love-story offsets the labor troubles.