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Can it alter the cause, or unravel the mystery of human events V Blair. Sufficient to each day are the duties to be done and the trials to be endured. God never built a Christian strong enough to carry to-day's duties and to-morrow's anxieties piled on the top of them. T. L. Guy~ APOLOGIES. Apologies only account Dis- for the evil which they cannot alter. raeli. Apology is only egotism wrong side out, Nine times out often the first thing a man's companion kno^g of his short-comings, is from his apology.

The world is ances than by realities, so that it is fully as necessary to seem to know something as to know it. Daniel Webster. The shortest surest way to live with APPRECIATION. 25 Praise from the common people is generand rather follows the vain than ally false, the virtuous. A slowness Bacon. to applaud betrays a cold tem- per or an envious O man JET. More. spirit.

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