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Moderation in Drinking c allowable
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FleshEating Hot so much used by the Antients
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Precept ought to be coxfirmd by Practice
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Dismal Effects of Intemperance
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Modern Luxuries outdo the Heathen Gods
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Luxury the foulest of Vices
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Charms of lewd Women dangerous
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False Joys bring real Sorrows 5 7
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Rare Examples of Temperance
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Sobrietyis requisite in att Professions
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Perishing People most to be allowed strong Liquors
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Charity is the Queen of all Virtues
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Liberality a generous Virtue
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Dispatch inhances Acls of Kindness
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Sickness requires the greatest Comforts
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Riches are often changing Masters 7 I
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Famous Examples of Generosity
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Lazarus too often fed with an empty Prayer
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Princes may be too liberal to worthless persons 7
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Contentment a Cmre for Poverty
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Prodigals meet with no Credit or Compassion
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Royal Presence in Courts would do well sometimes
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Prisons pay no Debts but by Death
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FreeThinking bad both in Politicks and Religion
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Mercy displayed a meek hearted Virtue
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Forgiving of Enemies the truest Mark of Mercy
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Description of a merciful King
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Clemency often proves the best Policy
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Delays in Justice discommendable
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Assaffines deserve what they design
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Counsellours evil to be puniftfd not the King i 20
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Possession does net always give Mjgit ?S
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Avarice an unaccountable Vice
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Cruelty contrary to the Nature of Government 17 6
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Dignity of a good Wife deferiWd
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Felicity does not lie in fanciful Fopperies
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Celibacy may be prudential not Necessary 157
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Devotion should neither be foppisti nor stovenly
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Murder seldom seas es unpunished in this Life
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Marriage k of divine Ordinance 5 5
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Fidelity in a marrfd Couple the main Point
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God governs still and can restore all t hi nos
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Death only can part a loving Couple
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ArriaV Love to Pætus descanted
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Good Servants ought to be valued
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Frugality the Way to good fortune
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Labouring requires mrst Nourishment 2ict
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Harlots and Concubines dishonour Kings 24
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FairDealing highly commendable
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Regal Authority accountable to God only
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Duty of a wife Oeconomist
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Arts useful in all Callings
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Meat in due Season very requisite 2
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Humility deserves the highest Praise
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Assistance and Forgiveness Effects of Charity
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Cloathing as necessary as daily Food
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Change of Apparel fit for different Seasons
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Apparel as Old as our First Parents
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Dressing ought to be discreetly Modest
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FuneralPomp vainglorioufly foolish
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Masquerades art of dangerous Consequence
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HellFireClubs c abominably vicious
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Ariadne Clew a rare Instance of Love
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Drapery of the Mind better than the Body
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Love the Fountain of all Felicity
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Fidelity to the King the greatest Glory
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Curiosities of Nuns Worthy of Imitation
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Ambition destructive of alt Government
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Conversation well regulated most delightful 307
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Heart and Tongue should always go together
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Cæsar most victorious by his Prudence
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Adversity the truest Test of Friendship
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Retaliation not lawful among Christians 2SS
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Crowns not to be lessened or impoverished
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Houholders should well instruct their Servants 3 24
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Correction to be given froxaard Children
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Degenerating prevented by Care and Education
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Hardiness of Education the best
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Matrimony a moil honourable Calling 185
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Church requires the devout eft Revirenee
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Friend ship is the very Bond of Society 3 5
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Duties in Educating Children neglected
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Admonition proper for Youth
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Hell has not one Atheist in it
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Good Instruction necessary for young PrinceS
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Melancthon calls this Lejfonjhe Ladies LookuigGIals
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Temperance the noblest Qualification 41
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