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" C[ Of all the amusements which can possibly be imagined for a hard-working man, after his daily toil, or in its intervals, there is nothing like reading an entertaining book. It calls for no bodily exertion. It transports him into a livelier, and gayer,... "
Chambers's Edinburgh Journal - Página 318
1845
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumen12

1838
...of ten, is what drives him out to the alehouse, to his own ruin and his family's. It transports him into a livelier, and gayer, and more diversified and...moment, fully as much as if he were ever so drunk, wilh the great advantage of finding himself the next day with his money in his pocket, or at least...
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The Church of England Magazine, Volumen8

1840
...Ingenuos didicUse fldellter artes Emollit mores nee siuit e»so tens." CHtTHCH OF ENGLAND MAGAZINE. evils of the present moment fully as much as if he were in the alehouse — with this advantage, that he will find himself ne\t dny with hi» money in hi»...
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The Ladies' Repository, Volumen4

1844
...seene; and, while he enjoys himself there he may forget the evil of the present moment full as mueh as if he were ever so drunk — with the great advantage of finding himself the next day with the money in his poeket, or, at least, laid out in real neeessaries and eomforts for himself and family...
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Crystal Fount and Rechabite Recorder, Volúmenes5-6

1845
...family's. It transports him into gayer and livelier, and more diversified and interesting scenes ; and while he enjoys himself there, he may forget the...evils of the present moment fully as much as if he was ever so drunk, with the great advantage of finding himself the next day with the money in his pocket,...
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The Odd Fellows' Quarterly Magazine, Volumen8

1845
...his own ruin and that of his family. It transports him into a livelier and gayer and more diversified scene, and while he enjoys himself there he may forget the evils and sorrows of the present moment, fully as much as if he were ever so drunk, with the great advantage...
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The New Pictorial & Illustrated Family Magazine, Established for ..., Volumen3

1846
...had enough, or perhaps too much. It relieves his home of its dulness and sameness. It transports him into a livelier and gayer, and more diversified and...there, he may forget the evils of the present moment, with the great advantage of finding himself the next day with the money in his pocket, or at least...
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Dwight's American Magazine, Volumen3

Theodore Dwight - 1847
...It relieves his home of its dullness and sameness. It transports him into a livelier and gayer end more diversified and interesting scene; and while...great advantage of finding himself the next day with the money in his pocket, or at least laid out in real necessaries and comforts for himself and family...
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The Guardian, Volumen30

1879
...out of ten, drives him out to the ale-house, to his own ruin and his family's. It transports him to a livelier and gayer and more diversified and interesting...out in real necessaries and comforts for himself and family, and without a headache. Nay, it accompanies him to his next day's work; and if the book he...
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The Ohio Journal of Education, Volumen4

1855 - 310 páginas
...already enough or perhaps too much. It relieves his home of its dullness and sameness. It transports him into a livelier and gayer and more diversified and...great advantage of finding himself the next day with the money in his pocket, or at least laid out in the real necessaries and comforts for himself and...
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The Ohio Journal of Education, Volumen1

1852 - 310 páginas
...had enough, or perhaps too much. It relieves his home of its dullness and sameness. It transports him into a livelier and gayer, and more diversified and...and while he enjoys himself there, he may forget the evil of the present moment fully as much as if he were ever so drunk — with the great advantage of...
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