Our readers havo doubtless heard of the Frenchman who so sadly misused shall and wilL Falling in a river, he cried out, "I M'tii drown; uobody shall help me. " But it is hard work for many to whoin English "comes by nature," to use these worde correctly. Another Frenchman was sorely puzzled by the usual English salutations. Iu French the ord.nary salutation is " Oomment vouk porttz voiix f" literally, " How do yon carry yourself?" It is significant of national fhnracter, for deportment, or one's pbysiöal carriagp, is very important in France. A friend ouo day asked this Frenchman, who had )egun to speak English : " How do you do ? " "Do vat?" " I mean how do you fiud yourself ? " " Sairo, I never loses myself. " "But how do you feel? " " Smooth; you just feel me."