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A solemn appeal relative to solitary vice, and, The abuses and excesses of the marriage relation.

Author: James White
Publisher: Battle Creek, Mich., Steam Press of the Seventh-day Adventist Pub. Association, Bryn Mawr, Calif., Religion and History Press, 1870; 1976.
Series: Health reform and hydropathy in nineteenth-century America, series no. 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Reprint edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James White
OCLC Number: 2716468
Description: 272 pages 24 cm.
Contents: Chastity --
Definition of unchastity --
Unchastity in the sight of God --
Effects of unchastity upon the body --
Solitary vice --
Effects of unchastity upon the mind --
Effects of licentiousness upon the morals --
Causes of unchastity --
Cure for unchastity --
Appeal to mothers --
The cause of exhausted vitality --
Derangements observable in mankind --
Abuse of the sexual function a prime cause of derangements --
Self-abuse --
Influence upon the mind --
Effects of self-abuse upon children --
Effects upon women --
Spermatorrhea --
Predisposing and exciting causes of self-abuse --
Matrimonial excesses --
Abortion --
The marriage relation --
The care of children --
Errors in education --
Obedience to the law of God --
Female modesty --
Sentimentalism --
Evils and remedy --
Effects --
It injures health --
It exhausts the body --
It enfeebles the mind --
It inflames the whole system --
It deteriorates the sexual characteristics --
It diseases the whole system --
It impairs digestion and circulation --
It deranges the brain and nervous system --
It engenders depravity in all its forms --
It perpetuates and re-augments itself --
Effects compared --
Licentiousness --
Matrimonial excess --
It deteriorates woman in the estimation of man --
Private sensuality --
Signs of sensuality in its various forms --
Remedies --
Abstain totally --
Regain your health --
Avoid all stimulants and irritants --
Keep doing --
Prevention --
Premature development of amativeness --
Novel reading, etc. --
Hygienic treatment.
Series Title: Health reform and hydropathy in nineteenth-century America, series no. 1.

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