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Trying to haze a grizzly off a carcass is a hardly unprecarious course of action.
Bid virtue's ray divine inspire the soul With unprecarious flows of vital joy;
Let men and angels and every creature fink to nothing, from \vhence they came,, his being is ilill fecure: he enjoys an unprecarious being of his own, necelTarily, unchangeably, and eternally exiftent.
Sermons on important subjects, by the late Reverend and pious Samuel Davies, A.M., sometime President of the College in New-Jersey ... to which are now added, three occasional sermons ... memoirs and character of the author, and two sermons on occasion of his death, by the Rev. Drs. Gibbons and Finley