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The Foreign Languages done into English.
Malo unde Bonus, Bono unde Melior.
yet Wifer, a Bad Man Good, and a Good Man
in St. Paul's Church-yard. M DCC VII.
I may be of good use, if not neces sary to the great and wife Ends of
Religion and Virtue, for which we were made by Almighty God, and for the more prudent Conduct of our felves here, to have always about us and as it were at hand, some Fix'd unquestionable Aphorisms, or Rules applicable to the most usual Occurrences of Life.
Many of these Established and Governing. Maxims , the Kúejay Ahsai Au. thentick and Stated Judgments; or De