the follón ing sensible and judicious remarks, which we commend to the at tention of thot-e for whom they are intended : " Muny a man has secn hia choice for a partner in rife, the liumble gir', far beriGüt'n bim in the opinión oí thü world, and althogh lovo and pride might have struggled with hirn lor a whilu, yet prule triumphed, and he sought one i'rom higher walks of life. In all vicisitudes and eoci I existence ootbing can be more capable of inflioting more certain misery thán is sure to' follow euch a course. It distráete the general harniony of our days, misshapee our ends, sbortens the length of lite, lessens the btatutj of raanhood, and is conirary to the divine instructions of the Bible, for it declares where love is, there ia peaee, plenty and thrifúness. Everything good is sure to follow a happy union. Lot no pride intei'fere in this matter.