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HOW TO CULTIVATE AND PRESERVE IT
ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF HEALTH
D. G. BRINTON, M.D.,
A8BISTANT EDITOR OF THE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER, LATE SURGEON
GEO. H. NAPHEYS, M.D.,
ONE OF THE EDITORS OF THE HALF-YEARLY COMPENDIUM OF MEDICAL SCIENCE,
BOSTOX, AUTHOR OF THE “COMPENDIUM OF
MODERN THERAPEUTICS, ETC. ETC.
" Discite quæ faciem commendat cura, puellæ,
Et quo sit forma tuenda modo."-Ovidius Naso.
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. :
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1869, by
D. G. BRINTON, AND GEO. H. NAPHEYS, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the
Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
SAMUEL BOWLES & CO.,
SINCE the publication, now thirty odd years ago, of the excellent little book of Dr. John Bell, we do not know of any work in this country on Personal Beauty, written from the physician's point of view. In Europe, on the other hand, the subject has occupied some of the best writers in the profession; and in view of the vast increase in cosmetic arts within the past few years, it must be regarded as one of great public and professional, as well as personal interest. We have endeavored in the present volume to furnish such an abundance of simple and harmless, yet efficient aids for the toilet, that the dependence on secret and injurious nostrums may be dispensed with, and the beauty of the body cultivated more in accordance with the principles of correct taste and sound health than is now the case.
155 North Ninth STREET,
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