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ass, upon which his countenance has rid ever since thou wast his; nor wast thou ever wont to do so unto him while he kept on wisdom's way: and if he gets him back again into the right path, he shall find thee as sure-footed as ever, but not till then.
O Conscience! my true yoke-fellow, fellowhelper, and fellow-soldier! that the great King may second every motion of thine, accompany thee on this embassy, and crown thy honest labours with abundant success; is the desire and