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A young lady who was rebuked by her mother for kissing her intended, justified herself by quoting the passage--‘"Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do you even so to them."’

Any man so base as to strike a woman, should be placed on the back of a hard trotting horse and made to collect newspaper accounts for the balance of his life.

A gentleman talking to a friend on the subject of marriage, made the following observation: ‘"I first saw my wife in a storm; carried her to a ball in a storm; lived in a storm; but, thank heaven, I buried her in pleasant weather."’

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