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" He knew that mankind in general require to be cheated, gulled, cajoled, even into doing that which is to benefit themselves. He did not therefore tell the sultan, who consulted him, to take exercise ; but he said to him : " Here is a ball which I have... "
Lawn tennis for ladies - Page 6
by Mrs. Lambert Chambers - 1910 - 135 pages
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The Metropolitan, Volume 18

English literature - 1837
...benefit themselves. He did not therefore tell the sultan, who consulted him, to take exercise ; but he said to him : " Here is a ball which I have stuffed with certain rare, costly, and precious medicinal herbs." (If they had not been costly and precious, the sultan would...
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volumes 3-4

1837
...benefit themselves. He did not therefore tell the sultan, who consulted him, to take exercise ; but he said to him : " Here is a ball which I have stuffed with certain rare, costly, and precious medicinal herbs." (If they had not been costly and precious, the sultan would...
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Letters to brother John, on life

Edward Johnson (sir.) - 1859
...themselves. He did not, therefore, tell the sultan,• who consulted him, to take exercise ; but he said to him, 'Here is a ball, which I have stuffed with certain rare, costly, and precious medicinal herbs.' (If they had not been costly and precious, the sultan would...
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The Complete Herbalist: Or, The People Their Own Physicians by the Use of ...

Oliver Phelps Brown - Medicine, Botanic - 1867 - 312 pages
...to the Sultan to cure him of a disease, did not dare to simply advise him to take exercise ; but he said to him : — " Here is a ball which I have stuffed with certain rare and precious medicines. And here is a bat, the handle of which I have also stuffed with similar medicines....
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The Complete Herbalist: Or The People Their Own Physicians by the Use of ...

Medicine, Botanic - 1870 - 431 pages
...to the Sultan to cure him of a disease, did not dare to simply advise him to take exercise ; but be said to him : — " Here is a ball which I have stuffed with certain rare and precious medicines. And here is a bat, the handle of which I have also stuffed with similar medicines....
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A Treatise on Physiology and Hygiene for Educational Institutions and ...

Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - Physiology - 1875 - 319 pages
...benefit themselves. He did not, therefore, tell the sultan, who consulted him, to take exercise, but he said to him : 'Here is a ball, which I have stuffed with certain rare, costly, and precious medicinal herbs. And here is a bat, the handle of which I have also stuffed with...
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Lessons in Physiology and Hygiene: In Two Books. Second Book for Advanced Grades

Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - Human physiology - 1895 - 327 pages
...benefit themselves. He did not, therefore, tell the sultan, who consulted him, to take exercise, but he said to him : ' Here is a ball, which I have stuffed with certain rare, costly, and precious medicinal herbs. Your highness must take this bat, and with it beat about this...
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A Treatise on physiology and hygiene

Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - 1902
...benefit themselves. He did not, therefore, tell the sultan, who consulted him, to take exercise, but he said to him : ' Here is a ball, which I have stuffed with certain rare, costly, and precious medicinal herbs. Your highness must take this bat, and with it beat about this...
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