Hydropathy for the People: With Plain Observations on Drugs, Diet, Water, Air, and Exercise

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Fowlers & Wells, 1850 - 250 páginas

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Página 26 - And they shall build houses, and inhabit them; and they shall plant vineyards, and eat the fruit of them.
Página 95 - O madness, to think use of strongest wines, And strongest drinks, our chief support of health, When God with these forbidden made choice to rear His mighty champion, strong above compare, Whose drink was only from the liquid brook ! Sams.
Página 19 - Want of care does us more damage than want of knowledge ; and again, Not to oversee workmen is to leave them your purse open. Trusting too much to others...
Página 107 - I cry aloud to all and sundry, in my plainest accents, and at the very tiptop of my voice, — Here it is, gentlemen ! Here is the good liquor...
Página 28 - But if ye will not hearken unto me, and will not do all these commandments ; and if ye shall despise my statutes, or if your soul abhor my judgments, so that ye will not do all my commandments, but that ye break my covenant...
Página 62 - What then is the mark? Who is a Methodist, according to your own account?' I answer: A Methodist is one who has 'the love of God shed abroad in his heart by the Holy Ghost given unto him...
Página 107 - It were a pity if all this outcry should draw no customers. Here they come. A hot day, gentlemen! Quaff, and away again, so as to keep yourselves in a nice cool sweat. You, my friend, will need another cupful, to wash the dust out of your throat, if it be as thick there as it is on your cow-hide shoes. I see that you have trudged half a score of miles to-day; and like a wise man, have passed by the taverns, and stopped at the running brooks and well-curbs.
Página 107 - ... steady, upright, downright, and impartial discharge of my business, and the constancy with which I stand to my post. Summer or winter, nobody seeks me in vain; for, all day long, I am seen at the busiest corner, just above the market, stretching out my arms to rich and poor alike ; and at night, I hold a lantern over my head, both to show where I am, and keep 'people out of the gutters.

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