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''Ou^Li.X C.SD^SCJLOTHISG. superior advantages of wearing TUTOOI next to the skin are easily apparent on reaction. Thev do no? epend nieieij ou its greater warmth and closeness oi appoeation It is further capable, according to its adJiltaVr ln Tll t"e °ff n> corriT>osition, of better adaptation, in respect of temperature, to the needi any StWd? "T <?iiant'es of seasons, than f 'iss mat<;n 1. Moreover,whet,her it be fina exhiV>ir<s n Cw ,L' ,'X'OOJ 1W1 clothing, it is evident, moX l7-" i tV for ab-orl lnt>'a,id distributing iTti P N IS T>"»l>ertr especially which renders i Tf llexli c:, w'rin- of the constantly per- ,If on« b* «igased.for example, in active exercise of limb a hner. fabric will absorb what pro- Wp m f1011 tiU it; is wet, but will f! I moist„UIV miabsorbed upon the clammv sur- 2 fnl!e!; fr?m lts »>ore spongy nature, b? bS71TD ? uU1 ^;h,Gh If has ^arlv dried, and event --p Jt ls, obvi^ then, that in the inwintpr ti | e\ a.ri<occurs in summer as disposed hi 18 X' e 'at ter case most favourably linen thnn-vT't l^nnel is not less cleanly than wwSj •ra%appear ,e^ white; and arer batae daily, it is surprising how Ion? it will «f skin irritatW with coarslnes^ fmeS is associated and is w^tlTnear1^ 4V1\ElV>lt'i orfr('s'lness °f manufacture, transient concKt-iV K' e exl»erienced it a merely all children inrl °nien as weR as men, but above ant to tqlfp l 0 are alike Particularly material for tl certainly adopt a woollen easi'v nossihic f6" rCU6t0imary undergarment. It is that it nli»n i ° lust the texture to the season, so wara in si™6 warm0enou?h in ^»ter and not too warm in summer.-Popular Science News. of'unhaTminess0 susPicious lives in a constant state mi^d toW tnl; tW?u d be better for his peace of mind to be too trustful than too guarded.-Mason. W- ^MAET-—When in the madhouse dopp Jk"v. Sl?art, Wr0te tbe "Song to David "-a or was 01 yi transcends any thing he ever did but aot'ianl!OSt.eQ ^apa^e °f doing in his saner moments, for be-iiitv'inf1 -1 j6 in tlle literature of the age is s-iri 1, h nfce.nslt.v'and occasional sublimity. Smart wainscot r,f + f lnscnl;>^d the poem with a key upon the ob\ioiiRi l,v '.eirooln lr? viliicb he was confined—an unrsimli i S! impossibility unless the wainscot was the VS J5' ge °r u ke>; unusually small! Some of whole aft"a'S ri'ay e been written, and tha the ''S.rd6~1^dto paper. In any case, W(„1(j 'r f x- 1&1?n,e the greatest curiosities an<i has hl™ and Mr. Browning Thit a ivn't racf to it, as by a congenial theme, scribbler (,f lr,relJT ordinary powers—a clever suddeiilv ^llsCfcdaneous commonplaces—should fall flat -° S? STeafc a then as suddenly on'- ■'u^t such a mental phenomenon aa Leisure Bour modern poet delights in analysing.

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