A Brief and Serious Warning to Such as are Concerned in Commerce and Trading, who Go Under the Profession of Truth, to Keep Within the Bounds Thereof, in Righteousness, Justice and Honesty Towards All Men: And Now Re-printed, Together with the Advices of Several Yearly-meetings of Like Tendency, by Order of the Last Yearly-meeting in London

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M. Hinde, 1771 - Business ethics - 20 pages
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Page 12 - appear unto all Men, and in all Things ; in Trading and Commerce, ' in Speech and Communication, in Eating and Drinking, in Habit and Furniture ; and,
Page 3 - and Truth even in the unrighteous Mammon, and to let their Yea be Yea, and their Nay be Nay, even between Man and Man in outward Things
Page 16 - enjoins full Satisfaction to be made, if ever the Debtors are of Ability. And in
Page 10 - that all Friends that are entering into Trade, or that are in Trade, and have not
Page 11 - Ways and Means as depend too much upon the uncertain Probabilities of hazardous Enterprizes ; but rather labour to content
Page 19 - their own Peace and Reputation, and the Security of their Families. In Order hereunto, we recommend
Page 1 - God, and have been made Partakers of the Power of the World to come, and have received the heavenly Gift and Grace of God, which
Page 10 - have done to the grieving the Hearts of the Upright ; nor to break their
Page 4 - and with what they borrow reach after great Things in the World, appearing to Men to be what in the Sight of God and Truth they are not,
Page 4 - Trade, it may be enough to a low and contented Mind ; but then the Enemy gets in, and works in his Mind, and he begins to think of an higher Trade, and a finer

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