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δέμι ας I have perfum'd my Bed with Sous mas dinas Saffron, and my House with vena TTY ADV AS Cinnamon. Come let us take Cuvarmoir or, modele our fill of Love until the Mornady welwmv, dipung ing; come let us folace our exacious Trang This felves with Love, &c. Το κλίνην με, ἀμφιάπησε 5 which he adds, With much ἔςρωσα τοῖς ἀπ ̓ Αἰγύπ Difcourfe fhe feduced him, with To Seppang ngiru Snares from her Lips fhe forced him. He goes after her like a Prov. v.3. filly Bird. And again, Do not hearken to a wicked Woman; for though the Lips of an Harlot are like Drops from an Honeycomb, which for a while is smooth in thy Throat, yet afierwards thou wilt find ber more bitter than Gall, and sharper than any two-edged Sword. ♥11. 26. And again, But get away quickly, and tarry not; fix not thine Eyes upon her. For fbe has he Pag. thrown down many Wounded, 207. yea innumerable multitudes have been lain by her. If not, fays vi11,.. he, yet thou wilt repent at the Laft, when thy Flesh and thy Body are confumed, and wilt Jay, How have I hated InftruEtion, and my Heart has avoided the Reproofs of the Righ
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ter the Almighty, our God and Father, the Lord of the prefent World to come, the Maker of every thing that breaths, and of every Power; and after his beloved Son our Lord Jefus Chrift, through whom Glory be to God, do thou fear thy Husband, and reverence him, pleafing him alone,adea, w juway y rendring thy felf acceptable to him in the feveral Affairs of Life; that fo on thy ac count thy Husband may be called bleffed, according to the Wisdom of Solomon, which Proverbs thus fpeaks ? Who can find XXXI. 10, virtuous Woman? For fuch a one is more precious than coftly Stones. The Heart of her Hufband doth fafely trust in her, so that he hall have no need of Spoil: For he does good to her Husband all the Days of her Life. She buyeth Wool and Flax, and worketh profitable things with her Hands. She is like the Merchants Ships, he bringeth her Food from far. She rifeth
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alfo while it is yet Night, and giveth Meat to her Houfhold, and Food to her Maidens. She confidereth a Field, and buyeth it; with the Fruit of her Hands the planteth a Vineyard. She girdeth her Loins with Strength, and strengtheneth her Arms. She tafteth that it is good to labour; her Candle goeth not out all the whole Night. She ftretcheth out her Arms for useful Work, and layeth her Hands to the Spindle. She open:th her hands to the Needy, yea fhe reacheth forth her hands to the Poor. Her Husband takes no care of the Affairs of his House, for all that are with her are cloathed with double Garments. She maketh Coats for her Husband, Cloathings of Silk and Purple. Her Huf band is eminent in the Gates, when he fitteth with the Elders of the Land. She maketh fine** Pag. Linnen, and felleth it to the 208. Plenicians, and Girdles to the Canaanites. She is cloath'd with Glory and Beauty, and he rejoices in the laft Days. She
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