"In that interval I talk Alfred over, and promise to produce the L. 14,000 intact, with my paternal blessing on him and Miss Dodd, provided he will release me from my debt to him, and give me a life interest in half the money settled on him by my wife's father, to my most unjust and insolent exclusion.

The American army entered the city of Mexico, September 14, 1847, and this was his station until June, 1848, when the American army was withdrawn from Mexico, peace being established. There was no more fighting. Grant was occupied with his duties as quartermaster, and in making excursions about the country, in which and its people he conceived a warm interest that never changed.

'Blessed are they that do His commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city. REVELATION xxii. 14. Better is the end of a thing than the beginning. Eden was fair, but the heavenly city shall be fairer. The Paradise regained is an advance on the Paradise that was lost.

Berichte der Deutschen Chemischen Gesellschaft, 14, 1662. In accordance with an announcement in the March number of the Naturalist, the editor of this department has sent out the seed of two species of pyrethrum, viz. P. roseum and P. cinerarioefolium, to a large number of correspondents in different parts of North America.

On the other hand, because the common tradition was very vague in its date he gave precision to the event which they had recorded by fixing the time of its occurrence.... In Matt, iv. 12 and Mark i. 14, the temptation, immediately following Christ's baptism, is immediately followed by the statement, 'When he heard that John was delivered up, he withdrew into Galilee; and leaving Nazareth he came and dwelt in Capernaum. But this summary narrative had excluded one of the most interesting features of the early ministry of Jesus.

"Make it a lucky number," Teeny-bits heard the Jefferson captain say to Whipple who was preparing to kick the goal. The Jefferson player followed the instructions of his captain to the letter, and the man at the Scoreboard put up the number 14.

Through distinction and connexion. For earth and so on are denoted by the distinctive term 'divinities'; so e.g. Up. Up. II, 14, 'All divinities contending with each other as to pre-eminence, and 'all these divinities having recognised pre-eminence in prana. The 'entering' of the Sutra refers to Ait. Ar.

One of the lamas was presented to the Society by the Duke of Bedford. Circular Aviary for Birds of Prey containing a fine griffon vulture, a white-headed North American eagle, hawks, falcons, and owls; among the latter is the great horned owl. This is supposed by Linnaeus, and many antiquaries, to have been the bird of Minerva. The collection is remarkably splendid. Hut for Beavers. 14.

Also, wouldst thou know what a sad thing it is for any to turn their backs upon the gospel of Jesus Christ? then read Hebrews 10:28, 29, and Mark 16:16. Wouldst thou know what is the wages of sin? Wouldst thou know whither those do go that die unconverted to the faith of Christ? Then read Psalm 9:17, and Isaiah 14:9.

14. =Of the Stomach.= May be fatal from shock, from hæmorrhage, from extravasation of contents, or from inflammation. The danger is materially lessened by prompt surgical intervention. 15. =Of the Intestines.= May be fatal in the same way as those of the stomach. More dangerous in the small than in the large intestines.