La Belle Assemblée, 1 (1806), 313–14.
A Morning Walk Recommended
Scientific Practitioners, Health
Extols the virtues of early rising, stating that it is absolutely necessary 'to those who follow the paths of business, or the toilsome tracts of science'. Later reports that '[e]arly rising is generally allowed by medical men to invigorate the faculties, and to remove the dullness which too often attends even fashionable life'. (313)
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