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His father earned his bread by the low occupation of a common tinker; but he
bore a fair character, and took care that his son, whom he brought up to the same
business, should be taught to read and write.—-\/Ve are told indeed, that he
=1 ,_' The man said, I was once a fair and flourishing professor, both in mine own
eyes and also in the eyes of others: I once was, as I thought, fair for the celestial
city, and had then even joy at the thoughts that I should get thither'. CHR. Well ...
CHR. Well, and what conclusion came the old man and you to at last 9 F Airir.
Why, at first I found myself somewhat inclinable to go with the man, for I thought
he spake very fair; but looking in his forehead as I talked with him, I saw there
... will be hardly beset with enemies, who will strain hard but they will kill you; and
be you sure that one or both of you must seal the testimony, which you hold, with
blood: but “ be you faithful unto death, and the KING will give 10° VANITY FAIR.
10° VANITY FAIR. THINGS a “ you a_ crown of life.” He that shall die there,
although his death will be unnatural, and his pains perhaps great, he will yet
have the better of his fellow, not only because he will be arrived at the Celestial
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