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    1241 days ago

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    Today I read “The Vegetarian Armed At All Points”, by William Horsell. The book itself was extremely old (the edition I read was printed in 1875 and was housed in the Special Collection of my local University Library), however I found that many of it’s ideas and points expressed exactly how I feel about Vegetarianism today. Horsell begins with a fascinating introduction describing the three Grand Kingdoms (animal, vegetable and mineral) into which the world is divided before going on to succinctly describe the benefits of a vegetarian diet and the reasons why man should not consume meat. I would thoroughly recommend reading it if given the chance.