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148 THE INDIAN ADVOCATE.
Prussia to lend his assistance to America, the King said: "Pray Doctor, what is the object you mean to attain?" "Liberty, sire," replied the philosopher; "liberty! that freedom, which is the birthright of all men." "The King, after a short pause, made this memorable answer: "I was born a Prince, and am become a King, and I will not use the powers I possess, to the ruin of my trade." n Graceful The Stewards kept a cow, much to the envy of the Jones family. One day the cow, having given an unusual amount of milk an extra supply was on hand, which, owing to the warm weather, turned sour. Mrs. Steward, desiring to be neighborly, sent the sour milk to Mrs. Jones' withjthis message: "Dear Mrs. Jones: We had some sour milk on hand, and, as we ain't got no nigs at our house, we thought may be you'uns could use it." i-t- Friendship, in truth, is but a name, Unless to few we stint the flame. The child, who many fathers share, Hath seldom known a father's care, Tis thus in friendship; who depend ' On many, rarely find a friend, 4--I- (7a v. "A baby is never so charming," remarked the old bach elor uncle, "as when you don't know there is one in the neighborhood." "Onward, onward, may we press, Through the path of duty; Virtue is true happiness, Excellence true beauty, Minds are of supernal birth, Let us make a heaven of earth."