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Context of A special meditation concerning good letters and good manners: shewing, I. That both must needs meet together in the same Person, to make a good Church-Man. II. That 'tis easier, and better to be a good Man than a great Scholar. III. That the defect of Human Learning, in one that findeth it too late, or too hard to be attained, should at least be supplied by extraordinary goodness of Manners. The design of which three-fold ..., is to lay a Foundation for several Questions thereupon raised, for a discovery of what is contrary to goodness of Manners. That none may think himself as good as he ought to be, who both needs and deserves to be interrogated according to the tenor of those Questions
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