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Will you appear to answer here,
Which way can THYS THING be? !
Shall make their Foes submit; * And when in power I appear
They'll TREMBLE at their Feet,
li. I .
But when that I, who dwell on High,
adieu, &c. &c.
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THE BROTHER OF
WILL NOW COME FORWARD AS DINAH'S BRETHREN DID; THAT THEY SHALL NOT DEAL WITH HIS SISTER,
AS THEY WOULD WITH A HARLOT; FOR SO THEY ARE NOW DEALING WITH HER. AND HE WILL PROVE TO THE WORLD WHERE THE ADULTERY IS COMMITTED, BY MEN WHO ARE
UNCIRCUMCISED IN HEART AND LIFE; AND NOW HE WILL EXPEND ALL THAT HE HAS
IN THE WORLD, IF REQUIRED, IN THE HONEST DEFENCE OF HER CHARACTER-TILL HE HAS SLAIN
THE UNCIRCUMCISED PHILISTINES,
REPROACHES OF THEIR ADULTERY.
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TWO DOORS FROM THE ANGEL INN; AND
Monday, July 2, 1801. Now, Joanna, this is for thy Brother. I have drawn my sword every way, to stir up jealousy, like a man of war; and like warriors will I prepare my soldiers for the battle; and as I have already told thee, I now tell thee again, I should deal with men after the manner of men; and after the manner of men I will now deal. Therefore I told thee, when I sent thee to Bristol, that I had sent thy Brother before thee, and I should order thee to keep thy Brother in Bristol, before thy trial came on. And now to deal with men after the manner of men, when a Woman hath no Husband and no Father, but only a Brother, then that Brother, by the laws of your land, can support a Sister's injured honour, if he can prove her honour is injured falsely; and they that have injured her character must prove it by witnesses that she has done wrong, or they are liable to be punished for slander, if they murder a character, and that of an innocent woman. And thou hast affirmed 10. thy Brother, they are not only murdering thy character, but murdering the cha. racter of a worthy Lady that supports thee; murdering the character of all thy friends; murdering the GLORY and Honour of thy Lord and SAVIOUR Jesus CHRIST; setting at nought all his counsels, putting up man above nis CREATOR ; saying with Pharoah, Who is the Lord that we shall serve him? Who is the Most High that we shall pay homage unto him? This I will prove to the world, as a God that now speaketh, and adultery has been committed in Israel, by Pomeroy and thee; but I will say, as Pomeroy said, I will exculpate thee, if thou confessest the truth ; and every Letter thou didst send, that thou savest I commanded thee, that it was I the LORD that did command thee; the Letter thou sent to Symonds, Monday the 25th of June, it was I the Lord commanded thee to send it; and Jack Synonds drew his sword against Me, and