(jruizot '.■ courtship and marnage wer ibngularly romantic. At the house o the editor of a periodical for whicb Qui lot wrote, ho often met a young ]ad' Damed Pauline do Meiflañ, who, lik" lumself, supported berself by hor pen Mademoisellu de Meulan feil i ! I - she was tbo inaiti stay to her inother anc sisters, and during hor furced abstinence from literary labor thu whole family were iu daugcr of falliuij into distress. One morniog ehe roocivcd a long psper ia a diegnised liand.but in preciso imitsliou of lier oku lUorary styJc, with a note stating that whilo lier illnesa continued artieies equally buitcd to the magazine oa whicii the was enjraged would be forwarded to hor. Wh'.-o Mlle. de Meulan recovcred her healtb sh niado every efibrt to diweover her UDkhowa benefactor, but in vain. At lecgtb he pre8cntod hiiusclf ; t was the ïhy, oustere muii'of etters whom ehe had eo oiten met at the -editor1 house; nd ehortly afterwards Mlle. Teuiina de Meulaa becamc Madamo Guizot.