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" Samuel, of their consultation together for David's safety. ' After these two noble fruits of friendship, (peace in the affections and support of the judgment,) followeth the last fruit, which is, like the pomegranate full of many kernels; I mean aid and... "
The Christian lady's magazine, ed. by Charlotte Elizabeth - Σελίδα 519
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