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to tell a story of one clergyman, whom he had reproved for certain irregularities of conduct which ha.d been brought to his notice by his parishioners, and who had replied, "Your lordship, as a classical scholar, knows that lying goes by districts; the Cretans were liars, the Cappadocians were liars, and I can assure you that the inhabitants of ââ are liars too." In- toxication was the most frequent charge against the clergy. One was so drunk while waiting for a funeral tnat he fell into the grave; another was conveyed away from a visitation dinner in a helpless state by the bishop's own servants. A third, when rebuked for drunkenness, replied," Bat, my lord, I never was drunk on duty." On duty! exclaimed the bishop, "when is a clergyman not on duty ? True," said the other, I never thought of that." ShroM »nd nnaatnral neglect is manifested by many rxrjocf who pay little attention to the preservation af their health Good health >» the greatest blessing we can enjoy, which faot is often die- Covered when too In te 1 To insure freedom from sickness of any sort, ivery family in the kingdom should keep a supply of Pack WoodoooE1! Wind Pills.* Th.-usands can testify they lire invaluable tat fcien, Wind in the Stomach, Biliousness, &a Sold everywhtr«, £ n !*⺠fct Is. ltd.. 2s. 9d.. and 4*. &t Horniman's lea, is choice SM& strong, mode/rate in price, j and. wholesome to use. These advantages haw secured for this 1 Tea a general preference. It is sold m pa ckete by 2,280 Agent? i

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