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of our Latter End. 3
this Lecture is read unto us by the many
casualties and diseases that put a period
to the Lives of many in our own experience
and observation, by the many warnings
and monitions of Mortality that every man
finds in himself either by the occurrences
of diseases and weaknesses, and especially
by the declinations that are apparent in us
if we attain to any considerable age; and
the weekly Bills of Mortality in the great
City, where weekly there are taken away
ordinarily three hundred persons: The
Monuments and Graves in every Church
and Church-yard do not only evince the
truth of it, whereof no man of under-
standing doubts, but do uncessantly incul-
cate the remembrance of it.

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