Th3re have been .in Knglanü recenuy two examples of ihe recovery of lost ivills foiind in Bibles. One was made more than thirty years ago and leaves $16,000 to certain missionary societies. It was an illustrated Bible, which attraets the attention of a little girl. IÍ there had been no pictures, it is sad to refioot, nobody would have looked into that Bible. It is curious how the old custom of looking into the Bibles - not, indeed, for wills, but for bank notes- has gone out. It is said to be the way of religious folks to give the sacred volume to their grandchildren, interleaved in this excellent fashion. In Captain Marryat's novéis the first act of a young midshipman upon receiving this present used to be to go through it very earefuily from Genesis to Revelations.