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contemplated-and he resolved to prepare a separate work on the Mind, to which he could afterwards refer. He has not in this volume entered on the consideration of the moral nature or state of man: but if this volume be favourably received, and if it should please God to prolong his life, and spare to him his faculties for some time longer, he may issue another volume, containing his views on these still more important topics.
The author trusts that his only desire is, that he may glorify God, by directing the attention of his fellow-men to His most wonderful work of creation-the immortal spirit of man-and prepare them for the better understanding of His Revealed Word. That his work may effect this object is his prayer and his hope through the kindness of God in Christ Jesus.
The more frequently sensations are recalled in the same
The will has no direct control over the memory
The mind expects like consequents to follow like
Pleasure or pain of sensation, and also of discriminating,
The two elements of sensations take different directions
The abating of the pleasure or pain of sensations, as of dis-
Important division: emotions, and intellectual operations
THE POWER OF THE MIND OVER THE BODY.
AN INFANT MOVES ITS LIMBS, WITTINGLY