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The following was *ritten by PIETao
DUONAVMNTURA MEITAsTASIo. An Italian
Poet, who was born in 1608 and died in
1782. He was distinguished for the smooth
neis and elegance of hil writinge, and the
beauty and purity of hil thoughts. The
idea contained in these Verses is not un
common, but Metastaslo expresses it most
gracefally, and imparts to it the truo har
'nony and beauty of' poetry. They are
*orth the time and trouble of comnitting to
memory, as they serve to suppress envy, and
to beget sweet charity.
Were ev'ry man's internal care,
Written on his brow ;
How many would our pity share,
Who raise our envy now.
The secret sorrow, if reveal'd,
Of ev'ry troubled breast ;
Would show that onl when conceal'd,
That lot appear'd the best.
MAx.-Every mnai is a Republic iin
miniature, although very limited in its
parts, yet very difficult to govern. EaC;
individual is a little world of elements
and having life like the brutes, and rea
son like the angels, it seems as though
all were happily united in him. He can
traverse the vast univere ; comprehend
the present, past and future ; in him are
the principles of light and darkness; in
him also are united the most extraordi
nary elements and zliost incompatible
INSr.cTS.-It appears by the proceed.
ings at a lite meeting of an agricultural
society in Fraice, that certain lenrned
cultivators there, have met with great
success in the tse of coal tar and phenic
acid, in protecting plants and vegatables
from insects. Three per cent. of the tar
mixed with earth, and placed abont
grape vines, had cutis d abundant crops,
when without it the fruit was ce-rtainly
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