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not only bless the labors of his great and eminent servants, but he can also bless the feeblest attempts for his glory, and own the weakest instrument; he is pleased, sometimes, to make use of weak and contemptible things to confound the mighty and the wise, that no man should glory in man; but that Christ should be all in all, 1 Cor. i. 26, 31. That he may be all your salvation, and all your desire, gentle reader, is the sincere prayer of
Yours, for Christ's sake,
MARIA DE FLEURY. JULY 29, 1791.
ETERNAL LOVE.....by Richard Lee
To Mr. and Mrs. De Fleury, Jun'rs
To Mr. and Mrs. T....D....