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TEZTETION OF CHARACTER ; ITS CONSTITUENTS, AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT.
of all 'he parts.-An even head; erils of predominant
Section III.-Ascendancy of the moral sentiments and intel-
lect, and proper direction of all the faculties.-Appetite,
preventives ; letting children play in the water.
of secretiveness; its restraint.
vation of character; its cultivation and restraint.
with children ; its restraint.
PHRENOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY,
EDUCATION AND SELF-IMPROVEMENT.
PHYSIOLOGY: OR, THE LAWS OF LIFE AND HEALTH.
INTIODICTION: OR, THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF Man's NATURE.
That HAPPINESS is the sole object of Man's creation, is rendered evident by its being the only legitimate product of every organ of his body, of every faculty of his mind, of every erment of his nature. What but happiness is the end sought and obtained in the creation of every bone, of every joint, of every muscle?-happiness in their exercise, happiness in iar motion, labor, &c., and happiness in the results obtained by this motion. What but pleasure is the legitimate function of the eye?—the most exquisite pleasure in the exercise of sight itself, and an inexhaustible fund of happiness in the ends attained by seeing-in its enabling us to find our way,
in pouring into the mind a vast fund of information, and a. so furnishing an inexhaustible range of materials for thought and mental action. What but enjoyment is the end sought and secured by the creation of the lungs ?-enjoyment in breathing freely the fresh air of heaven, and enjoyment