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L. M. Child. When one becomes indifferent to women, to children, and to young people, he may know that he is superannuated, and has withdrawn from what is sweetest and purest in human existence, A. B. Alcott. Old age is AGE. 12 AGE. a blessed time. It gives us our earthly garments one leisure to put off by one, and dress ourselves for heaven. " A comfortable old age is the reward of a well-spent youth. Instead of itn bringing sad and mehneholy prxmpectK of decay, it should givn UH hopes of eternal youth in a better world.

Amusement to an observing mind is study. Disraeli. It is the highest of earthly honors to bo descended from the groat and good. They alone cry out against a noble ancestry who have none of their own. Good blood descent from the great and good. is a high honor and privik'gs. - //. Ho inherits hi ANCESTRY. 19 highest esteem ; ho that does not, of the CoUon. deeper disgrace They that on glorious ancestors enlarge, produce their debt, instead of their discharge. Young. We take rank by descent. Such of us as have the longest pedigree, and are therefore the furthest removed from the first who made the fortune and founded the family, we are the noblest.

5 AHGER. 21 If a man meets with injustice, it is not required that he whall not be roused to meet it ; but if he is angry after he has had time to think upon it, that is sinful. The flanie H. W. is not wrong, but the coals are. Beeclwr. Anger ventilated often hurries towards forgiveness ; anger concealed often hardens into revenge. Bulwer. Keep cool and you command everybody. St. Just. Anger may be kindled in the noblest breasts ; but in these the slow droppings of an Tinforgiving temper never take the shape and consistency of enduring hatred, G.

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