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If Luther was a heretic, the Lord Jesus made him one, and He is making a heretic of every reader of the texts aforecited.
_ I cannot think otherwise than that the undertaker of the aforecited poesy hath chosen your Highness; for I have seen painted -- I know not where, but I think no farther off than Putney -- the identically same Dian, with full as many nymphs, as he calls them, and more dogs.
As Heber C. Kimball aspired in the aforecited discourse: "the day will come when there will be multitudes who will be healed and blessed through the instrumentality of those canes [.]"