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Libri Libri 1 - 10 di 22 su In the earlieft ages, we are informed that human life was protracted to a very extraordinary....
" In the earlieft ages, we are informed that human life was protracted to a very extraordinary length ; yet how few perfons, in... "
The Code of Health and Longevity: Or, A General View of the Rules and ... - Pagina 403
di Sir John Sinclair - 1818 - 90 pagine
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 9

1786
...dcfis'inid ! Man is, by nature, a fieldanimal, and feems deflined to rife with tlie fun, and to (pend a large portion of his time in the open air, to inure his body to robuft exerafei and the inclemency of the ftafons, and to m.ike a pt.in homely repaft, only when hunger...
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Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical ..., Volume 1

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1785
...defigned ! Man is, by nature^ a field-animal, and feems deftined to rife with the fun, and to fpend a large portion of his time in the open air, to inure his body to robuft exercifes, and the inclemency of the feafons, and to make a plain homely repaft, only when hunger...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1786
...have defigned ! Man is by Mature a field-animal, and feems deftined to rife with the fun, and to fpend a large portion of his time in the open air, to inure his body to robull exercifes and the inclemency of the ftafons, and to make a plain homely repait only when hunger...
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Annual Register, Volume 28

1788
...defigned ! Man is, by nature, a tield-animal, and feems deltineil to rife with the fun, and to Ipend a large portion of his time in the open air, to inure his body to robult exercifes, and the inclemency of the fcalbns, and to make a plain homely repart, only when hunger...
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Annual Register, Volume 28

Edmund Burke - 1788
...defigned ! Man is, by nature, a field-animal, and feems deftined to rife with the fun, and to fpend a large portion of his time in the open air, to inure his body to robuft exercifes, and the inclemency of the feafons, and to make a plain homely repaft, only when hunger...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 91

1792
...deńgned ” Man is by nature a field-animal, and feems d.ftined to rife with the fun, and to fpend ą large portion of his time in the open air, to inure his body to robuit exercifes and the inclemency of the fsafons, and to make a plain homely repali. only when hunger...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 10,Parte 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1797
...rife with the fun, and to fpend a large por- adapted to the culture of grain, hay, and fruit. A iron of his time in the open air, to inure his body to Tobuft. exercifes and the inclemency of the feafons, ridge of hills extends from Jamaica to South-hold....
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Human Longevity: Recording the Name, Age, Place of Residence, and Year of ...

1799 - 292 pagine
...defigned ! Man is, by nature, a fieldanimal, and feems deftined to rife with the fun, and to fpend a large portion of his time in the open air, to inure his body to robuft exercifes, and the inclemency of the . feafons, and to make a plain homely repaft, only when...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: or, A dictionary of arts and sciences, compiled by ...

Encyclopaedia Britannica - 1810
...is by nature a field animal, and feems deflined to rife with the fuį, and to fpend a large porlion of his time in the open air, to inure his body to robuft exercifes and the inclemency of the feafons, end to make a plain homely repaft only when hunger...
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On the conduct of man to inferior animals, &c. [ed. by G. Nicholson].

Conduct - 1819
...defeated the purposes of nature, which destined him to rise with the sun, to spend a large por. tion of his time in the open air, to inure his body to robust exercises, to be exposed to the inclemency of the seasons, and to live on plain and simple food. OBJECTIONS TO...
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