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The frost is God's plough which he drives through, every inch of ground in the world, opening each clod, and pulverizing the whole. Fuller. We may talk as we please of lilies, and lions rampant, and spread eagles in fields of d'or or d'argent, out if heraldry were guided by reason, a plough in the field arable would be the most noble and ancient arms. Cowley. AIMS. (See " ALCHEMY. ") High aims form high characters, and great Tryon Edobjects bring out great minds. wards. Have a purpose in life, and having it.
JSmvnons. ' list AGE. side and on the left, until the gulf narrows before our eyes, and we land safe on the opposite shore. Miss Mulock. We should always record our thoughts in affliction : Bet up way-marks, that we may recur to them in health; for then we are in other circumstances, and can never recover our sick-bed views. The good are better made by ill, as odors crushed are sweeter still. Rogers. What seem to us but dim funereal tapers, may be heaven's distant lamps. Longfellow. It is from the remembrance of joys vve lost that the arrows of affliction are have Mackenzie.
It is to be expected the children of men of worth will bo like their progenitors ; for nobility is the virtue of a family. Aristotle. Sallitst. m Mann. They who depend on H. the merits of an- cestors, search in the roots of the tree for the fruits which the branches ought to pro- Harrow. The man who has nothing to boast of but his illustrious ancestry, is like the potatothe best part under ground. Overbury. duce. Distinguished birth is like a cipher : it has no power in itself like wealth, or talent, or personal excellence, but it tells, with all the power of a cipher, when added to either of the others.