Common sense (Google eBook)

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T. Cautley Newby, 1866
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Page 320 - HILL, London, BENSON'S CLOCKS, For the dining room, in every shape, style, and variety of bronze red, green, copper, Florentine, &c. A thousand can be selected from, from 100 guineas to 2 guineas.
Page 106 - ... seat of the scornful. 2 But his delight is in the law of the LORD : and in his law will he exercise himself day and night. 3 And he shall be like a tree planted by the waterside : that will bring forth his fruit in due season.
Page 106 - As for the ungodly, it is not so with them ; but they are like the chaff, which the wind scattereth away from the face of the earth.
Page 320 - BENSON'S CLOCKS. Suitable for the dining and drawing rooms, library, bedroom, hall, staircase, bracket, carriage , skeleton, chime, musical, night, astronomical, regulator, shop, warehouse, office, counting house, &.C., 33 & 34, LUDGATE HILL, London.
Page 317 - ... are all to be regarded not merely as objects of external beauty and display, but as having an intimate relation to our health, and the due discharge of the vital functions. The care of them ought never to be entrusted to ignorant or unskilful hands ; and it is highly satisfactory to point out as protectors of these vital portions of our frame the preparations which have emanated from the laboratories of the Messrs. Rowlands, their unrivalled Macassar for the hair, their Kalydor for improving...
Page 317 - ... also, from their peculiar structure, formed as they are, of bone or dentine, and cased with a fibrous investment of enamel ; these admirable and highly essential portions of our frames, are all to be regarded not merely as objects of external beauty and display, but as having an intimate relation to our health, and the due discharge of the vital functions. The care of them ought never to be entrusted to ignorant or unskilful hands ; and it is highly satisfactory to point out as protectors of...
Page 320 - WARRANT OP APPOINTMENT, TO HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES, Maker of the Great Clock for the Exhibition, 1862, and of the Chronograph Dial, by which was timed "The Derbj;
Page 320 - Which, having recently been increased in size by the incorporation of the tw) houses in the rear, is now the most extensive and richly stocked in London. In THE WATCH DEPARTMENT Will be found every description of Pocket Horological Machine, from the most expensive instruments of precision to the working man's substantial time-keeper.
Page 317 - A. due attention to the gifts and graces of the person, and a becoming preservation of the advantages of nature, are of more value and importance with. reference to our health and well-being, than many parties are inclined to suppose. Several of the most attractive portions of the human frame are delicate and fragile, in proportion as they are graceful and pleasing ; and the due conservation of them is intimately associated with our health and comfort. The hair, for example, from the delicacy of...
Page 317 - The hair, for example, from the delicacy of its growth and texture, and its evident sympathy with the emotions of the mind ; the skin, with its intimate relation to the most vital of our organs as those of respiration, circulation, and digestion together with the delicacy and susceptibility of its own texture ; and the teeth, also, from their peculiar structure, formed, as they are, of bone or dentine, and cased with a fibrous investment of enamel; these admirable and highly essential portions...

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