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of ascending the hill. It is expected that Kisses admit of a greater variety of the memorial will be inaugurated during character than perhaps even our lady read. the month of October next.-Oxford Jour-ers are aware. Eight basial diversities mal.

are mentioned in Scripture. The kiss of It is stated in Paris that Queen Victoria

Salutation --Sam. xx.41. I Thess. v. 16. has hitherto refrained froin replying to the

Valediction-Ruth ii. 9. letter of her son-in-law, intimating the

Reconciliation---2 Sam. xiv. 33. " splendid victory" of the Prussians at

Subjection--Psalms ii. 12. Duppel.

Approbation--Proverbs ii. 4

Adoration--I Kings xix. 18.4 It is understood that Madame Alboni bas Treachery--- Matt. xxvi. 49. retired from "the profession.''

Affection-Genesis xiv. 15.

Charleston was the port near which La Fayette first landed in America. At a public dinner given him on his second

visit to this country, he gave the following Uncle Sam had a neighbour who was in

toast : the habit of working on Sunday, but after

Perpetual and ever increasing prosperity á while he joined the church. One day he to the city of Charleston, where an Amermet the minister to whose church he be ican recruit received a first blessing, and longed. “Well, Uncle Sam," said he,“ do which shall have the last wishes of a grateyou see any difference in Mr. P. since he ful veteran. joined the church?” "Oh, yes," said In the latest volume of Carlyle's history Uncle Sam, “a great difference. Before, of Frederick the Second, occurs the folwhen he went out to mend his fences on lowing fearfully and wonderfully macle Sunday, he carried his axe on his shoulder, sentence : "Let us try and select, and now he carries it under his overcoat."

extricate into coherence and visibility, ont A physician, examining his student as

of these historical dust-heaps, a few of the to his progress, asked him, “ should a man systematic phenomena of physiognonic fall'into a well forty feet deep, and strike procedures of Frederick in his first weeks his head against one of the tools with of his kingdom, by way of contribution to which he had been digging, what would some portraiture of his then inner man. be your course if called in as a surgeon

Certainly. The student replied;" I would advise them Jean Paul has many fine thoughts. Here to let the man lie and fill up the well.”. is one: Francis, Duke of Luxembourg, was a

- Man has two minutes and a half to live celebrated French general, and much de-one to smile, one to sigh and a half'io

love for in the midst of this he dies. But. formed. His uniform success, when contending with William III., of England, the grave is not deep-it is the shining

When the rendered him an object of jealousy to that thread of angles that seek us. prince, who once, in the bitterness of his unknown hand throws the faial dart at the heart, called him "hump-backed." " What end of man, then boweth he his heari, does he know of my back ?" said the mar.. and the dart lifts the crown of thorus from shal, "he never saw it."

his wounds." There are two things which will make

THE TIME TO Blush.--- Blush not now, us happy in this life, if we attend to them. said a distinguished Italian to his young The first is, never to vex ourselves about relative, whom he met issuing from a what we can't help; and the second, never haunt of vice," you should have ly!ushel to vex ourselves about what we can help. when you went in." The heart alone is

safe which shrinks from the slightest conIt is a singular faet that a woman cannot tact or conception of evil and waits not 10 look from a precipice of any magnitude inquire, what will the world say? without becoming giddy. But what is still more singular, the giddiness departs she

Dean Swift says: A woman may knit very moment somebody puts his arm her stockings, but not her brows--she may around her waist to keep her from falling. darn her hose, but not her eyes--curl her Queer, isn't it.

hair, but not her lips-thread her needle,

but not the public street." Naver speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his vices behind his back. Major General John Pope, the prince of

Federal liars, is going to write a history of Perpetual motion--a woman's tongue his campaign. It is likely to be a good when talking about her baby.

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Varieties.

of ascending the hill. It is expected that Kisses admit of a greater variety of the memorial will be inaugurated during character than perhaps even our lady read. the month of October next. -Oxford Jour-ers are aware. Eight basial diversities mal.

are mentioned in Scripture. The kiss of It is stated in Paris that Queen Victoria

Salutation --Sam. xx.41. I Thess. v. 16. has hitherto refrained from replying to the

Valediction--Ruth ii. 9. letter of her son-in-law, intimating the

Reconciliation---2 Sam. xiv. 33. splendid victory of the Prussians at

Subjection--Psalms ii. 12. Duppel.

Approbation-Proverbs ii. 4 It is understood that Madame Alboni bas

Adoration I Kings xix. 18 TECA

Treachery--- Matt. xxvi. 49. retired from “the profession.'

Affection. Genesis xiv. 15.

Charleston was the port near which La Fayette first landed in America. At a public dinner given him on his second

visit to this country, he gave the following Uncle Sam had a neighbour who was in toast : the habit of working on Sunday, but after

Perpetual and ever increasing prosperity á while he joined the church. One day he to the city of Charleston, where an Amermet the minister to whose church he be ican recruit received a first blessing, and longed. Well, Uncle Sam,” said he,“ do which shall have the last wishes of a grateyou see any difference in Mr. P. since he ful veteran. joined the church 8" “Oh, yes," said In the latest volume of Carlyle's history Uncle Sam, “a great difference. Before, lof Frederick the Second, occurs the fulwhen he went out to mend his fences on lowing fearfully and wonderfully made Sunday, he carried his axe on his shoulder, sentence: "Let us try and select, anıl now he carries it under his overcoat."

extricate into coherence and visibility, ont A physician, examining his student as of these historical dust-heaps, a few of the to his progress, asked him, “ should a man systematic phenomena of physiognomic fall into a well forty feet deep, and strike procedures of Frederick in his first weeks his head against one of the cools with of his kingdom, by way of contribution to which he had been digging, what would some portraiture of his then inner man. be your course if called in as a surgeon ?" Certainly. The student replied, " I would advise them Jean Paul has many fine thoughts. Here to let the man lie and fill up the well.”.

is one:

4. Man has two minutes and a half to live Francis, Duke of Luxembourg, was a celebrated French general, and much de-one to smile, one to sigh and a half to

love-for in the inidst of this he dies. But. formed. His uniform success, when contending with William III., of England, the grave is not deep-it is the shining

When the rendered him an object of jealousy to that thread of angles that seek us. prince, who once, in the bitterness of his unknown hand throws the fatal dart at the heart, called him " hump-backed.” “ What end of man, then boweth he his heaii,

and the dart lifts the crown of thorns from does' he know of my back ?" said the mar. shal, “ he never saw it.”.

his wounds." There are two things which will make

THE TIME TO Blush.-- Blush not now, us happy in this life, if we attend to them. said a distinguished Italian to his young The first is, never to vex ourselves about relative, whom he met issuing from a what we can't help; and the second, never haunt of vice," you should have blushed) to vex ourselves about what we can help. when you went in." The heart alone is

safe which shrinks from the slightest conIt is a singular faet that a woman cannot tact or conception of evil and waits not 10 look from a precipice of any magnitude inquire, what will the world say? without becoming giddy. But what is still more singular, the giddiness departs she

Dean Swift says:

A woman may knit very moment somebody puts his arm her stockings, but not her brows---she may around her waist to keep her from falling. darn her hose, but not her eyes“-curl her Queer, isn't it.

hair, but not her lips-thread her needle,

but not the public street." Nover speak of a man's virtues before his face, nor of his vices behind his back. Major General John Pope, the prince of

Federal liars, is going to write a history of Perpetual motion a woman's tongue his campaign. It is likely to be a good when talking about her baby.

fiction.

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