George Adams (1750-1795) Quote

The eyes are a faithful guard to the whole man, and are placed as in a friendly watch-tower, to discern his danger, and give him friendly warning, while it is yet far off.


Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (Volume 2), Lecture XVIII (p. 357)

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The eyes are a faithful guard to the whole man, and are placed as in a friendly watch-tower, to discern his danger, and give him friendly warning,...

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The eyes are a faithful guard to the whole man, and are placed as in a friendly watch-tower, to discern his danger, and give him friendly warning,...

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The eyes are a faithful guard to the whole man, and are placed as in a friendly watch-tower, to discern his danger, and give him friendly warning,...

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The eyes are a faithful guard to the whole man, and are placed as in a friendly watch-tower, to discern his danger, and give him friendly warning,...