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The Character and Qualifications of a good Magistrate.
E X O D. xvin. 21.
Thou shalt provide out of all the People . able Men, such as fear God, Men of Truth, hating Covetousness; and place such over them to be Rulers of Thousands, and Rulers of Hundreds, Rulers of Ftfties, and Rulers of Tens. P. 408.
The Religious and Loyal Subjects Duty considered, with Regard to the present Government and the Revolution.
PROV. xxiv. 21.
My Son, fear thou the Lord, and the King: and meddle not with them that are given to change. P. 430.
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