ISTICT-ITS OFFICE I THE AIMAL KIGDOM, AD ITS RELATIO TO THE HIGHER POWERS I MA BY P. A. CHADBOURE, LL.D. AUTHOR OF "RELATIOS OF ATURAL HISTORY," "ATURAL THEOLOGY," ETC. Entered according to Act of Congress, m the year 1872, by GEO. P. PUTAM & SOS, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. To GIDEO L. SOULE, LL.D., PRIClPAIi OF PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY.
Sir,— I dedicate these Lectures to you with grateful remembrance of your counsels and instruction, and with sincere admiration for that schol- arship and wisdom which, for fifty years, have done so much for the honor and usefulness of the Institution over which you preside. With great respect and esteem, 1 am most truly yours,
P. A. CHADBOURE. " But I see auotlier law in my members warring against tlie law of my mind, and bringing me into captivity to the law of sin, whicli is in my members."— Romans, chap. vii. ver. 23. " But mind this : the more we observe and study, the wider the range of the automatic and instinctive principles in body and mind and morals, and the narrower the limits of the self-determining, conscious move- ment."— Holmes, Autocrat of Breakfast Table, p. 95.