may 1859

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  • The Gymnasium

    "Education among the Greeks was peculiarly calculated for the development of the mind and the body in common. It is from this point of view that we wish to show the nature and preeminence of gymnastics in their times as compared with our own."

  • The Utah Expedition (Part III)

    Its causes and consequences

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