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To which, is prefix’d,
Written by HIMSEL F.
Lund, that draw the Bow, to 1
theje ibat escape of them unto the Nations, to Tarshish, Pull, and
ww the Bow, to Tubal and Javan, to the Isles afar off,
beard my Fame, neither have seen my Glory; and they shall
in George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1751.
IN . .
Concerning our Antient, Worthy FRIEND, THOMAS CHALKLEY, deceased. T HE Christian Experiences of the Faithful
I to direct such as are desirous 1 of following them in the Paths of true Religion and Virtue, and their good Examples shining with the greatest Clearness, when they. have, with the Flesh, put off all human Infirmities; Justice to their Memory, and a Concern for the Benefit of their Survivors, demand our grateful Remembrance of them, and the contri-, buting our Endeavours to render their Labours useful to Pofterity. A 2