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S. Austin Allibone, comp.  Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay.  1880.
 
Dr. William Harvey
 
  Take a walk to refresh yourself with the open air, which inspired fresh doth exceedingly recreate the lungs, heart, and vital spirits.
Dr. William Harvey.    
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  Moderate labour of the body conduces to the preservation of health, and cures many initial diseases.
Dr. William Harvey.    
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  What amaritude or acrimony is deprehended in choler, it acquires from a commixture of melancholy, or external malign bodies.
Dr. William Harvey.    
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  Toil of the mind destroys health by attracting the spirits from their task of concoction to the brain; whither they carry along with them clouds of vapours and excrementitious humours.
Dr. William Harvey.    
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  Restlessness and intermission from sleep grieved persons are molested with, whereby the blood is dried.
Dr. William Harvey.    
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