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Page 63 - ... capable of doing much good, and perhaps he thinks he is raised up for that purpose : for the rest, I believe him perfectly sincere and disinterested, and that he does indeed work a considerable reformation among the common people, and there is nothing in his doctrine that can be laid hold on to his hurt.