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Page 289 - Art thou greater than our father Jacob, who gave us the well, and drank thereof himself, and his children, and his cattle ?
Page 161 - around it ; and it will fall at last, if fall it must, amidst the proudest monuments of its glory, and on the very spot of its
Page 311 - while the human heart continues to beat, awe and veneration for the Divine Being will ever animate the soul. The worshiper will cease to kneel, and the hymn of adoration to rise, only when the race of man becomes extinct.
Page 318 - its value can not be estimated. This combined magazine will contain practical articles on PHYSIOLOGY, DIET, EXERCISE, and the LAWS OF LIFE AND HEALTH ; Portraits, Sketches, and Biographies of the leading Men and Women of the World, besides much general and useful information on the leading topics of the day. It is intended to be the most interesting and instructive FAMILY MAGAZINE published.
Page 67 - This volume is indeed a noble monument of a civilized people; and if America were sunk beneath the waves, would remain the fairest picture on record of an Ideal Commonwealth.
Page 311 - It is a groundless terror to apprehend that religion will ever be extinguished, or even endangered, by the arguments or ridicule of the profane, because nature has implanted the organs of Veneration and Wonder (or Spirituality) in the brain, and the corresponding sentiments in the mind. Forms of worship may change, and particular religious tenets may now be fashionable, and subsequently fall into decay
Page 218 - Let me write the songs of a people, and I care not who may make their laws.
Page 316 - Principles of Physiology applied to the Preservation of Health and the Improvement of Physical and Mental Education. By