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That Virtue only constitutes HappineJs ibid.
Of Virgil'^, Georghs 17;
Nature the best Guide to the Judgement ibid.
But the Judgement may be improved by Art, and by study-
Of judging of a Performance by a Part of it zoo
The necessity of a free Circulation os Air, andof draining
That gratifying the Fancy contribute; to Health 2i»
Of the choice ot Food ; liquid Food, Vegetables, and
The Regimen to be observed in the several Seasuns of the
Of sermented Liquors, and their use. ibid.
When drank unmixed with Water they retard Concoc-
That Generous Liquors may sumetimes be drank freely and
That in all our Exercifes we should begin and end leifure-
Of Cloathing-—The necessity of putting on the Winter
Precepts for Reading-—The Postures most proper, and the
The dreadsul Effects of those misguided Passions which
- The Folly of seeking Relief from Drinking ibid.
Of the Mifchiefs that attend Drunkenness, such as doing
Indolence and Luxury are Enemies both to Pleasure and
Violent Sallies of Passion are sumetimes usesul in cold and
But those who are subject to violent Passions shouldrefram
Of the use of Episudes and Dgressions which should be oc-