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" ... and goodness, both in prolonging and restoring the life of man ; especially as this may be effected by safe, commodious, and not illiberal means, though hitherto unattempted. And certainly it would be an earnest of divine favor if, whilst we are journeying... "
The Works of Francis Bacon - Página 46
de Francis Bacon - 1815
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1849
...an earnest of Divine favour if, while we are journeying to the land of promise, our garments, those frail bodies of ours, were not greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world." — Weekly Report of Registrar-General; week ending September \ :•!'', 1849. REMAINS OF ROHAN ART....
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Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great ...

Great Britain. Poor Law Commissioners, Edwin Chadwick - 1843 - 279 páginas
...commodious, and not illiberal means, though hitherto unattempted. And certainly it would be an earnest of Divine favour if, whilst we are journeying to the land of promise, our garments, those frail bodies of ours, were not greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world." It would...
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Report of a General Plan for the Promotion of Public and Personal Health

Massachusetts. Sanitary Commission - 1850 - 544 páginas
...an earnest of divine favor if, whilst we are journeying to the land of promise, our garments, those frail bodies of ours, were not greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world.' " In connection with these sentiments, in which we fully concur, there is another matter deserving...
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Report of a General Plan for the Promotion of Public and Personal Health

Massachusetts. Sanitary Commission - 1850 - 544 páginas
...illiberal means, though hitherto unattempted. And certainly it would be an earnest of divine favor if, whilst we are journeying to the land of promise, our garments, those frail bodies of ours, were not greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world.' " In connection...
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The 'laws of cholera'.

Laws - 1853 - 91 páginas
...commodious, and not illiberal means, though hitherto unattempted; and certainly it would be an earnest of Divine favour, if, whilst we are journeying to the land of promise, our garments, those frail bodies of ours, were not greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world.' " FINIS....
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1859
...commodious, and not illiberal means, though hitherto unattempted. And certainly it would be an earnest of Divine favour, if, whilst we are journeying to the...greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world." Amongst his special topics of inquiry are these : — " Inquire into the length and shortness of men's...
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The London Lancet: A Journal of British and Foreign Medical and Chemical ...

1867
...illiberal means, though hitherto unattempted. And certainly it would be an earnest of Divine favor if, whilst we are journeying to the land of promise, our garments — those frail bodies of ours — were not greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world." ТЙЕ...
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Hints for health, 2 lects. on the influence of air, water, food, and wine on ...

John Sherwood Stocker - 1874
...an earnest of Divine favour if while we are journeying to the land of promise, our garments, those frail bodies of ours, were not greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world." * • 1 : • . . ...
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Healthy Life and Hydropathic News, Volumen 1

1883
...an earnest of Divine favour if, while we are journeying to the land of promise, our garments, those frail bodies of ours, were not greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world." — Lord Bacon. WHAT THEY HAVE COME TO. — Medicine, as an easy and respectable rneain of earning...
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The Lancet, Volumen 1

1867
...And certainly it would I principal agente in the propagation of cholera were the nek be an earnest of Divine favour if, whilst we are journeying to the land of promise, our garments — those frail bodies of ours — were not greatly to wear out in the wilderness of this world." THE...
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