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W. to ANALOGY. not infallible, Analogy, although is mind by which it is yet that telescope of the luarvelouslv nstuMtcd in it IK the discovery of both phviea,\ and moral truth. Cotton. Those who reason only by analogies, rarely reason by logic, and are generally slaves to imagination. O. ANARCHY, Anarchy in the choking, sweltering, deadly, and killing rule of no rule the consecration of cupidity and braying of folly and dim Ktupidity and IWHCIICHK, in most of the affairs of men, Hlop-nliirtB attainable thruo half-pence cheaper by the ruin of living bodios and immortal Hoiita.

It you are animated by right principles, and are fully awakened to the true dignity of life, the subject of amusements may be left to settle itself. T. T. Munger. /*. All amusements to which virtuous women are not admitted, are, rely imon it, deleterious in their nature. Thackeray. Joining in tlm anmnementu of othertt in our social utate, tlm next thing to sympathy in their diKtresscH, ami even *tlu> slenderest bond that holds Hoeiety together should rather bo strengthened than ttnant. Landor. //, W.

H. More. It is exceedingly deleterious to withdraw the sanction of religion from amusement. If we feel that it is all injurious we should strip the earth of its flowers and blot out its pleasant sunshine. #. H. Chapin. Dwell not too long upon sports ; for as they refresh a man that is weary, so they weary a man that is refreshed, Miller. It you are animated by right principles, and are fully awakened to the true dignity of life, the subject of amusements may be left to settle itself. T. T. Munger.

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