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selves; and enable us to make daily acquisitions of those holy dispositions towards thee and our fellow-creatures, which may be the foundation of that endless happiness, which out of thine unspeakable goodness thou hast promised to us by Christ our Lord!
Now unto thee, &c.
The Lord bless
June 21, 1789.
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