Elements of Phrenology Applied to the Human Character: Slowing the Talents and Disposition of ...

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W.L. Mendenhall, 1844 - 50 頁
 

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第 8 頁 - One of the few, the immortal names, That were not born to die.
第 37 頁 - I cannot help smiling at the conceit, that if the taste of a Quaker had been consulted at the creation, what a silent and drab-coloured creation it would have been ! Not a flower would have blossomed its gaieties, nor a bird been permitted to sing.
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第 17 頁 - To cherish joys that words can ne'er reveal, Gentle and lovely, as the dying tone Of far off music. To go strongly forth On life's rough journey, girt with woman's love, And woman's truth, jewels of priceless worth, That sorrows dim not, trials can but prove; To stand with her beside the...
第 14 頁 - BRAIN :—The size of the brain, other conditions being equal, is a measure of power.
第 18 頁 - Put will lean to the nearest and loveliest thing. It can twino with itself, and make closely its own.-

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