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Thou shalt not use Magick. Thou shalt not ufe Ex. xxii. Witchcraft. For He fays, Te fall not fuffer a Witch to live. Thou shalt not flay thy Child by caufing Abortion, nor kill that which is xxi. 23. begotten. For, Every thing LXX. that is shaped, and has received a Soul from God, if it be fain, shall be avenged, as being unjustly destroy'd. Thou fhalt not covet ihe Things that belong to thy Neighbour, as his Wife, or his Servant,
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Οὐκακολογήσης μὴ Thou shalt not speak IV. ajáπα jap onog Evil: For, fays He, Love nonoyer', iva un not to speak Evil, left thou κολογῶν μὴ ἐς Eapons & unaing.wn beeft taken away ξαρθῇς· ἐδὲ Nor fhalt of's ¿dol gap wrnod thou be mindful of Inju- Provxii. nov, eis Dávativ. Our rics; For the Ways of thofe 28. con digrwp Q, i de diy that remember Injuries are awar Qi Tayis gap unto Death. Thou shalt not igued ardei ra ia be double-minded, nor douxeian Hy drap gaw- ble tongued: For, A Man's aring & namuluw hoe own Lips are a strong Snare to 677 & Jus. Our & him; And, A talkative Per- Pfal. ὁ λόγΘο σε κενός fon fall not be profpered upon πει παντὸς γὰρ λόγο Earth. Thy Words fhall apy& Swære noger O not be vain: For ye fhall 36. Jevon amores jap, give Account of every idle Levit. xix. ψεύσῃ ἀπολεῖς γὰρ, Word. Thou shalt not tell
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