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Churchil Bookfeller in Dorchester, 1683.
100, S. 277.
To the Worshipful THOMAS GROVE Esq; Of Fern in the County of Wilts. He Authour of this Treatise was a person that greatly, honoured
you, and one whom you highly esteemed, and loved. I therefore presume ( as being one intrusted by the Author to publish what was prepared for the Press ) 'to tender it to your Patronage." The Subje&t speaks its own porth, the present Season its usefulness. As for your Self, you are a Gentleman so universally knoion, that you are above my Chara&ter. That the God of all grace would give you a great increase of grace, and peace
Old Age, and bless your House, is the hearty Prayer of
Your much Obliged