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purposes, will derive no plea. You make her uncomfortable in herself, sure from such commendation, and an object of suspicion and reproach
to the world. More : You are your compared with that, which is ex
own enemy. You take the direct me. cited by the tendency of bis efforts thod of alienating her affections from to accomplish the good, which he you, and yours from her, and thus of designed. Yet he, who is deliber- rendering yourself wretched. The ating to what he shall direct his love of your wife cannot alone make attention, may feel the balance in you happy; she also must possess yours.
It is mutual kindness that softens the bis mind to be turned by this con- heart, and refines, sweetens, and bless"sideration ; and such we, , would es the relation. Let parents receive inform, that with a frequent glow ever so much obedience and honour of ardent piety, is united in these
from their children, they must neverdiscourses a correctness and beau. theless themselves love their children
to be happy in them. We cannot inty, which will often gratify a fas
deed be at ease in this world, unless tidious taste.
the people with whom we associate, We offer to our readers a single perform their duties to us; but our prinextract, by which they may form cipal felicity will ever spring from the for themselves a judgment of the
conscientious performance of our duties work.
to them. If this remark is true with
respect to other relations, it is especi• The arguments against polygamy ally so in regard to the married state. and concubinage conclude with greater Were religion, therefore, out of the force against adultery. Fidelity in question, fidelity to your wife is your marriage is so primary and important a highest wisdom and best policy.' duty, that a violation of it destroys at once both root and branch of domes. tick felicity. There is no prospect nor
ART. 39, chance for matrimonial happiness, where either party is unfaithful to its
The Duties of Children. A sermon, vows. Infidelity in either man or wo
delivered on Lord's day, April man, is probably the basest falsehood, 12, 1807, to the religious society the most inexcusable folly, and the in Federal-street, Boston. By blackest injustice that, in a christian community,can be committed. In this
William E. Channing, A.M. min. case the hymeneal bands become like
ister of said society, Boston, flax, which the flame has scorched.
printed by Manning & Loring. To this fidelity, husbands, you are as
June, 1807. strongly obliged as your wives. Though the consequences of their infidelity are
The style and sentiments of this more horrible to society, than those of sermon bespeak the seriousness similar wickedness in you, yet remember, that you make the same promises, ness, the sincerity, and piety, of a
and experience of age, the faithfulwhich are obligatory on them. If you break these promises, in the view of genuine teacher of Jesus Christ. God and good men your infidelity is as There is no parade, no ostentacriminal as theirs, and is justly deserv. tious display of brilliancy. It ing of the same damnation. son? What would be your feelings if which characterises the language
comes clad in the meek simplicity the husband of your mother should live of that holy book, which the weakin adultery! Are you a father? How would your indignation rise, if the est understandings may compremun, to whose arms you consigned a
hend. Addressed to children, it is virtuous and unffending daughter, pure and nourishing as the milk should wander from her bed! Such, from which they were lately weanin kind, but mich super in degree, ed, as the dew of Hermon, and 28 are the miseries, which you prepare for an innocent wife, when you are false
the diw that descended upon the to your vows, You wound her feelings. mountain of Zion,
Are you a
For JUNE, 1807.
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not applicable to new books, the is the second of the old French hissale of which cannot be ascertain torians which has been submitted ed. Although these considerations to the Hafod press in an English have induced the publishers of Lon- translation, don not to prefer this art in their Mr. Johnes has also just finished respective businesses, yet it has The Travels of the Lord de la been adopted by the Universities Broquiere, Esquire, Carver to Phi. of Cambridge and Oxford ; and lippe le Bon, who returned from Jefrom the former some very beauti- rusalem to France overland, about ful editions of Common Prayer books the year 1345, and reduced the achave been issued to the publick; count of his journey to writing, by probably the art of stereotyping command of the Duke, his master. applies with greater advantage to This author,little known to the genstaple works of such great and con eral reader, treats his subject with stant sale, as prayer books and bi. that naiveté so characteristic of the bles, than to any other.
period to which this indefatigable The improvements introduced by translator has devoted his labours. Lord Stanhope, in the construction The Chronicles of Monstrelet, of printing-presses, have been ap- who took up his history from the plied to the greater part of the year 1400, where that of Froissart working presses of the metropolis. ended, and brought it down to 1467, Other improvements have lately will be the next work in the series, been developed in the art of print- ranging after Froissart, and forming, the introduction of which into ing a necessary continuation of practice we shall gladly announce; those interesting and popular chroone of them relates to a more sim nicles. Monstrelet gives a copious ple method of working presses, by and authentick account of the civil which the number of pressmen wars between the houses of Orleans would be considerably diminished; and Burgundy, the occupation of and the other to a superiour meth- Paris and Normandy by the Engod of casting types.
lish, the expulsion of the latter, The Memoirs of John Lord de and other memorable events both Joinville, Grand Seneschal of in France and other countries, Champagne, written by himself,' We understand that the translaand translated by Thomas Johnes, tion of the first volume is finished, of Hafod, esq. M. P. are on the eve and that by great good fortune it of publication. They contain a has escaped that calamity which history of part of the life of Louis happened at Hafod, on Friday the IX. King of France, surnamed St, 13th of March. For it will be read Louis, whose contemporary and with very painful feelings, not only friend Joinville was, as well as his by those who have been in the hacomrade in all his wars. An ac
bit of participating in the classical count of that King's expedition to hospitalities of the place, but by Egypt in the year 1248, is included all who have been drawn as stran, in these volumes. They contain gers to explore a country which many historical facts not noticed owes its redemption from wildness by any other historians, and ex- and from waste to the publick spirithibit an interesting picture of the ed proprietor of Hafod, and even times to which they refer, Mr, by those who have only read the Johnes has added the notes and dis- description of its beauties in the vasertations of M. Ducange ; toge- rious tours of Wales, that this nother with the dissertations of M, ble mansion has just been destroy, Le Baron de la Bastie on the Life ed by fire. The misfortune is too of St. Louis, and of M. L'Eveque recent for any very minute partila Ravaliere, and M. Falconet, on culars to have reached the metrothe Assassins of Syria, from the polis. But we much fear that the "Memoirs de l'Academie de Belles mischief is most extensive, and, in Lettres et Inscriptions de France." many instances, irreparable, though Our readers will recollect that this not extending to the loss of life.