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  • 'When you are in company with that Soldier, behave as if you were absent: but continue to love me by Day and by Night: want me; dream of me; expect me; think of me; wish for me; delight in me: be wholly with me: in short, be my very Soul, as I am yours.'] [Footnote 3: 'Ecclus'. ix.

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  • "He that feareth the Lord honoreth his parents, and will serve them as his masters that brought him into the world" Ecclus.

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  • "He that feareth the Lord honoreth his parents, and will serve them as his masters that brought him into the world" Ecclus.

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  • My son, fail not in thy sickness, but pray unto the Lord, and he will make thee whole, Ecclus. xxxviii.

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  • The Lord hath created medicines of the earth, and he that is wise will not abhor them, Ecclus. xxxviii.

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  • Ecclus.xxx. 20, and now complains with him in Petronius, funerata est haec pars jam, quad fuit olim Achillea, he is quite done,

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  • Gladness prolongs his days, Ecclus.xxx. 22; and this is one of the three Salernitan doctors, Dr. Merryman, Dr. Diet, Dr. Quiet, [3496] which cure all diseases — Mens hilaris, requies, moderata dieta.

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  • Jupiter non tribuit homini pestilentius malum, saith Simonides: better dwell with a dragon or a lion, than keep house with a wicked wife, Ecclus. xxv.

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  • Gold and silver hath destroyed many, Ecclus. viii.

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  • Give not water passage, no not a little, Ecclus. xxv.

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