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Tigaie Cor e no thou to do with such foreign relais nógols, vouges, Discourses, or Laws, or falso i fodowegchmals, à Prophets, which subvert the Sin sy a opétel a Faith of the Unstable ? For TISEWS Tes inappis ; what Defect dost thou find k zág Golencia de in the Law of God, that thou των νόμω ξ Θεύ, ίνα 1houldeft have Recourte to ta' kõva to Oyó- those Heathenish Fables? For juge oprerons ; on y8 if thou hast a mind to read iseerd wees crépze. History, thou haft the Books wscy, égés Ta's Bearers of the Kings: If Books of GTE copisixed è coink- Wisdom or Poetry, thou hast regi, fats tes megprles, those of the Prophets, of Job,

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readest the Law, think not sj vónguduvafiyeonwy, thy self bound to observe the on WWT ÉTHOZZ TOY Additional Precepts, though årige deres y Tobv, nor all of them, yet fome of Sra krwv, MTEchem. Read those barely pecsws' Móvor wejs for the sake of History, in isoendu duvægirwcze, order to the Knowledge of ds Juvwaxay Ce; è them, and to glorify God dočasan okov, ik that he has delivered thee από τοιέτων και τοσέτων from such grear and so ma- éppu Gerró Ce deo mwv. ny Bonds. Propose to thy "Esw.de dol weg op goeida self to distinguish what Rules Mär JAVÁCHav, ti vóre o were from the Law of Na- quornos, e ti ai ture, and what were added δευτερώσεως, τα τε ον afterwards, or were fuch Ad- τη ερήμω τοις μοχοποιήditional Rules as were intro- σασι δοθενία έπεισακία. duc'd and given to the If Non @ gap Ég, tiva Tâélites after the making of endance we ou ó esos the Calif. For the Law con- nog ngcov sidang tains those' Précepts which helpñooy © uogo muiñon were spoken by the Lord God Top Aiguniors Amy, before the people fell into Ido- tilészy" derdinez Que lacry, and made a Calf like å ö anaprnodory wrois the Egyptian Apis, that is, the ÉTTETELIN degua, o CeTen Commandments. But auTy' troncón. O ás to those Bonds which were gS owthe npcov & diétrfarther laid upon them after ev k Windergjive } puthey had finn d, do not thou ontoy tes ao dixes cons draw them upon thy self: ditorer refúns opgñs, da For our Saviour came for no ahnesson À vépgy tes other Reason, but that He meg onas, rj ta doua

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AUTE je" Toucívmis oi nomov- Prophetş; and that he mighe : que as ĉ mepopkoueftor, abrogate or change chose fem rągw darauca vãos. condary Bonds, which were: Συ εν αναγνές ή νόμον. fuperadded to the reft of the o'p qwyor ÖvTa tu Masa Law. For therefore does He ganiço. tuis wego- call to us, and say, Come un Matt. xiè Tals, d'ayivwone Tes 10. me all ge that labour inda8. Baoireiss, tws cidéycy., are heavy laden, and I will givel izgls, orice diretol és you Rest. When therefore chou Warto Baandis, aj huo halt read the Law, which Erinodlu nad Oeg, éis agreeable to the Gofpel, j twaszenia o wiwvix and to the Prophets, read Swñs aurois créjeave also the books of the Kings, wap'ouTWS 6001 ö Beco that thou mayst chereby learn onas iče mrópy dozev dito which of the Kings were righOes, év åmoscoige w- teous, and how they were: Tüv aw rómas á Twova prosper'd by God; and how 30 zņ & Oeš drucio- the Promise of Eternal Life xeloia, zj of woo ( wñ's continued with them from éseph Snodge; aiti aốc- him. But thote Kings which παύσεως αωνίου κόλα- went a wboring from God Gu xanews Gufuos, taür did soon perill in their Apo***TO Ev djazav worsor, stacy by the righteous Judg-'*** Pag. monu ma więd WEn ment of God, and were de 205. Jeis, wegcornedbunds. priv'd of his Life, inheriting, on Xerça, & owuge ng instead of Rest, Eternal Pu


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nishment. Wherefore by read- péra juzgiekvées. 11ing these Books thou wilt be elua twv 5 av totámightily strengthen'd in the popa, e noccitan Bzić Faith, and edify'd in Christ, Houfu, zpron Bangka whofe Body and Member νίω δυδρείω, ίνα μη thou art. Moreover, when Card

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seemly manner to Women, danátys Suvaixos.
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dan Gedway, ive oe ly. wicked Woman, in case such and pron aro gurainos dro- one accost thee with sweet words. pias porneas, é av For from the Winniom of her CE 262015 Tois wegs House she looks into the Street, zdiely éu báanty. 'Ano to see if she can elpy fome young 28 Jueido ofres a Man among the foolish Children, tñs e's Ta's Mattias without Understanding, walkwegené holioa, or ev in ing in the Market-place, in the una peórwr téxwwr ve Meeting of the Street near her δμίαν ενδεή φρενών πα- Honde,and talking in the dusk of entropológuoy év ano. the Evening, or in the Silence pão

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. Sometimes the równ egin toats varpdise, is withont, sometimes in the due integrefu'n Soesty Streets, and lieth in wait at eveärlau, ev o'xw özgry Corner. There love catches souzdrow oi mods w- him, and kisses bim, and with rñ. xeórov goip. kva an impudent Face says unto him, éĞw pére Eta, zeovov ö I have Peace-Offerings with me, or mamiais aos main this Day do I pay niny Vows. Odlus zwvíay 2 évedholt". Therefore came i forth to meet & Table Gorfu'n open thee, earnestly I bave desired

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