"The Sixth Law of Nature and Responsive Sixth Sense in Man: As a Means of Health" by Paul Connolly (though "Manley Hall" is stated on the title page). 1901; B.R. Acornley; Fall River, MA. Decorative floral end papers. Also included two "extras": * A publisher's 8-page booklet titled "Testimony of the Practical Application of the Sixth Law of Nature and Responsive Sixth Sense in Man" that tells the story of an afflicted child named Earnest Newton (with a photo of him) who was healed by the principles set forth in this book. * A double-sided business card of "Paul Connolly - Professor of Natural Laws" (Connolly's signature appears on the title page of the book) "The purpose of the senses is to preserve the human. If an individual and particular acquaintance between man and the necessary utility of his senses were indispensable, his 'education' wold have caused him to be annihilated years ago. His senses provide for and protect him, and are his best friends." Condition: Clean covers and spine; sharp corners; the gilt letters and illustration have faded a bit in some places on the front cover and spine. Tight binding with no cracks and no loose pages. Clean pages with no stains, tears or foxing; name written in pencil on a front end paper and on the title page. Overall the book is in very good condition.