Meditations and vowes, divine and morall, newly enlarged with x. vowes and meditations. [Followed by] Meditations and vowes; divine and morall: a third century
T. Purfoot for A. Johnson S. Macham and L. Lyle, 1609
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Page 71 - I will suffer a hundred, rather than return one: I will suffer many, ere I will complain of one, and endeavour to right it by contending. I have ever found, that, to strive with my superior, is furious; with my equal, doubtful; with my inferior, sordid...