The good function of the Young Man’s Guide, is the formation of such character in our young men as shall render them the important and useful and happy contributors of a great republic. To this finish, the writer enters mostly into the means of improving the mind, the manners and the morals;-in addition to the correct administration of trade. Something can also be mentioned on amusements, and unhealthy habits. With regards to marriage he has, alternatively, been somewhat more full than elsewhere. The importance of this establishment to each younger man, the method of rendering it what the Creator supposed, along with these incidental evils which either accompany or apply-a few of them in horrific retribution-the vices which tend to oppose His benevolent purposes, are faithfully offered, and declare the different attention of every youthful reader.