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Adduftus tamen in fpem clemen - tias Romanse, pertulit patris mandata, benig - n6que exceptus cum prsefidio Gallicam in ri* pam miflus eft.
A fcrvant having once by ac - cident beat out one of his fore-teeth, he faid "This hap - pened by the providence and power of God," and would not punifh him for it; an incident which has been pro - duced as an inftance of his fuperior goodnefs and clemen - cy by Al Makin.
i Phlebotonw partis oppofitx, fia fangume efr, aut materiafanguini mifta: alioqui clemen - ter purgamus.
Secundo reTol - vitnr, quod peccat mortaliter, qui cum. pofCti habere materiam validam, feuacjuam clemen - tareo), adbibct pro fiio libicu aliain s qnia fic: abfque.