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" Humanity is a jewel, which every boy should be proud to wear in his breast. We now approach the more sedate amusements — as DRAUGHTS and CHESS ; two of the noblest exercises of the ingenuity of the human mind. DOMINOES and BAGATELLE follow. With a knowledge... "
The Boy's Treasury of Sports, Pastimes, and Recreations - Page vi
1844 - 464 pages
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Memoranda of a Residence at the Court of London, Comprising Incidents ...

Richard Rush - Great Britain - 1845 - 640 pages
...little creature one hour, and to treat it harshly the next, marks ai - .1 ; 1 1 .r L 1 1 1 L> if nut a cruel temper. Humanity is a jewel, which every boy...breast. We now approach the more sedate amusements — ns Dranghts nnd Chess: two of the noblest exercisoi of the ingenuity of the human mind. Dominoes...
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Lives of the Kings of England, from the Norman Conquest, Volume 1

Thomas Roscoe - History - 1846
...ni;iy hint, that kindness to Animals invariably denotes an excellent disposition; for, to pet a linle creature one hour, and to treat it harshly the next,...wear in his breast. We now approach the more sedate amusements—as Draughts and Chess • two of the noblest exercises of the ingenuity of the human mind....
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Philosophy in Sport Made Science in Earnest: Being an Attempt to Illustrate ...

John Ayrton Paris - Science - 1847 - 432 pages
...little creature one hour, and to treat it harshly the next, marks acapricious if not a crael tamper. Humanity is a jewel, which every boy should be proud to wear in his breast. \\ e now approach the more sedate amusements— us Draughts and Chess: two of the noblest exercises...
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Eastern Life: Present and Past, Volume 1

Harriet Martineau - Middle East - 1848 - 523 pages
...marks a ..i....••., if not a crnel temper. Hamamty is a jewel, which every boy shonld be prond lo wear in his breast. We now approach the more sedate...Draughts and Chess ; two of the noblest exercises of the ingeninty of the human mind. Dominoes arid It.^.Vrlk follow. With a knowledge of these fonr games,...
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Mirabeau: a life-history, in four books

John Stores Smith - France - 1848 - 374 pages
...may hint, that kindness to Aaimals iavariably denotes an excellent disposition ; for. to pet a htlle creature one hour, and to treat it harshly the next, marks a capricious if not a cruel temper. Humamty is a jewel, which every buy should' be proud to wear in hm breast. We now approach the more...
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The history of ten years, 1830-1840: or, France under Louis Philippe

Louis Blanc - France - 1848 - 627 pages
...which every boy should be proud to wear in hm breast. We now approach the more sedate amusements— es Draughts and Chess: two of the noblest exercises of the ingenuity of the human mind. Dominoes and Bitgutelle follow. With a knowledge of these four games, who wou1d pass a dull hour in the dreariest...
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History of the Jesuits: From the Foundation of Their Society to ..., Volume 2

Andrew Steinmetz - Jesuits - 1848
...which every boy should be proud to wear Ш his breast. We now approach the more sedate amusements—« Draughts and Chess : two of the noblest exercises of the ingenuity of the human mind. Dominoes anJ Bagatelle follow. With a knowledge of these four gomes, who would pass a dull hour in the dreariest...
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Eastern Life: Present and Past

Harriet Martineau - Middle East - 1848 - 523 pages
...cupnaous if nut a cruel temper. Humanity ua jewel, which every boy should be proud to wear in hi A breast. We now approach the more sedate amusements— as Draughts and Chess ; two of the Bobloat exercuws of the ingenuity of the human mind. Dominoes and Ba-at-elle follow. With a knowledge...
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Hints towards the formation of a more comprehensive theory of life

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Seth Benjamin Watson - Life (Biology) - 1848 - 94 pages
...may hint, that kindness to Animals invariably denotes an excellent disposition ; for, to pet & little creature one hour, and to treat it harshly the next, marks a capricious jf not a cru»l temper. Humanity is a jewel, which every boy should be proud to wear in his breast....
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Outlines of English Literature

Thomas Budd Shaw - English literature - 1849 - 435 pages
...mny hint, that kindness to Animals invariably denotes an excellent disposition ; for, to pet a little creature one hour, and to treat it harshly the next,...exercises of the ingenuity of the human mind. Dominoes and IJagatelle follow. With a knowledge of these four games, who would pass a dull hour in the dreariest...
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