Ebeneezer Scrooge realizes that no one mourns him and no one goes to his funeral or feels sad he's gone. "Its likely to be a cheap funeral. said one the same speaker; for upon my life, I don't know of anybody to go to it. Suppose we make up a party and volunteer? I don't mind going if a lunch is provided." The gentlemen are talking sarcastically about doing any thing good for scrooge since they despise them. This shows that generosity is a virtue because if scrooge was generous he wouldn't be lonely.
When Scrooge doesn't donate to the portly gentlemen it is a sign that scrooge is not being generous. "What shall I put you down for? Nothing Scrooge replied". He later regrets his lack of generosity.
Scrooge gives a small boy money to buy a large prize turkey and when he gets the turkey he is going to send it to the Cratchits for Christmas. "I'll send it to Bob Cratchit's whispered Scrooge, rubbing his hands". Generosity is a virtue because Scrooge is being generous for the first time in many years and he feels really good about it.
Scrooge tells Bob to come to the as punishment, before he met the ghosts. This worked out perfectly as Scrooge acted cross at Bob then acted happy and doubled his salary. " I am not going to stand for this sort of thing any longer...Therefor...I am about to raise your salary". Scrooge is being generous and he truly feels happy about it.