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in | incor | ruption : 11 7 It is | sown 7 1 7 in dis | honor; 1 1 7 it is | raised | 7 in | glory: 117 It is sown 7 | 7 in | weakness; | | 7 it is | raised | 7 in power:|| 7 It is sown 7| 7 a natural | body; | 1 7 it is | raised | 7 a spiritual | body. || ! Now , | this I | say, 7 | brethren, | 7 that flesh and blood 7 | cannot in herit the kingdom of God; 7 | neither doth cor | ruption | 7 in | herit | incor | rupa tion. | | |

7 Behold, 717 1 | shew you a mystery. U ! We shall not 7 | all 7 | sleep: 7|| but we shall | all be changed 717 in a | moment, | 7 in the twinkling of an eye, 7 | 7 at the last 7 | trump: 7 | | 7 for the trumpet shall | sound, 7 | 7 and the dead shall be raised 7 | incor | ruptible, | 7 and | we shall be changed. 7 || 1 7 For | this 7 | 7 cor | ruptible / must 7 | put on | incor | ruption, | | 7 and | this 7 | mortal | must 7 | put on | immor | tality. I || So when this cor | ruptible 1 7 shall have | put on | incor | ruption; | 7 and this mortal | 7 shall have I put on | immortality, | | then shall be brought to | pass 7 | 7 the | saying that is written | | “Death 717 is / swallowed | up 7 7 in victory.” ||| 09 | Death! 7| | where is thy I sting? 71|101 Grave! 7|| where is thy | victory?||17 The sting of death 7 | 7 is | sin ; 7|| 7 and the strength of sin 7 | .7 is the law. 7||17 But | thanks be to I God, 7 | 7 who | giveth | us the | victory, | | through our | Lord Jesus Christ. 7|||

Man that is born of a l woman || hath but a

short 7 | time to live, 7 1 7 and is | full of misery. Il 17 He | cometh | up, 7 | 7 and is | cut 7 | down 717 like a flower:|| 7 he | fleeth, | 7 as it | were, 717 a I shadow, | 7 and never continueth 7 in

| one 7 | stay. 7 || 1 7 In the midst of | life 717 we are in | death: 7117 of whom may we | seek for succour, , but of thee, 7 | 07 | Lord: 7|| who for our | sins 7 | 7 art | justly dis , pleased ? 7 |

| | Yet | Õ Lord 7 | God 7 | most 7 | holy; | ! 09 | Lord 7 | most 7 | mighty; | 109 | holy and

| most 7 merciful | Saviour; | | 7 de | liver us | not 7 | 7 into the bitter | pains 7 1 7 of e | ternal | death. 71711

SATAN CALLING THE FALLEN ANGELS

FROM THE OBLIVIOUS POOL.

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| callid 7 | 7 His | legions, | | angel forms, 717 who | lay,

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sued 71 7 The sojourners of Goshen, I 1 7 who be held 7 1 9 From the safe 7 | shore, 7 | 7 their | floating |

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7 He call'd 7 | so 7 ) loud, 7 1 7 that all the |

hollow deep 7 | 7 Of | hell 7 | 7 re | sounded. || |

“Prin | ces! || Poten | tates! | | Warriors! | 17 the flower of heaven, | | once 7

| yours 7 | | now 7 | lost, 7|| 7 If | such as | tonishment as this 7 | 7 can | seize

71 7 Eternal | spirits: 1 | or have ye chosen this 7

| place, 7 |

| After the I toil of | battle, 1 7 to re | pose 9 | ✓ Your | wearied J. virtue, // 7 for the ease | 7 you

| find 7 | 7 To | slumber | here, 7 | as in the | vales of| heav

en? || Or in this | abject | posture | | have you | sworn 7 | 7 To a | dore the Conqueror? | I | 7 who | now

be | holds 7 | Cherub and I seraph | | rolling | 7 in the | flood, 7 | 7 With | scatter'd | arms and ensigns. !!!

Till, a non, 71 7 His | swift pur | suers, 1 7 from heaven | gates, 7

| 7 dis | cern 71 7 The ad | vantage, 1 1 7 and de | scending, I |

tread us | down 7 | Thus 7 | drooping;| 17 or with | linked | thunder

bolts, 71 Trans | fix us to the bottom of this gulph. II!

1 7 A | wake! 7|17 a | rise! 7| 17 or l be 7 |

7 for | ever | fallen!” III

PAPER.

A CONVERSATIONAL PLEASANTRY.

DR. FRANKLIN.

Some 7 | wit of old, 7| such 7 | wits of | old

there | were, ?| 7 Whose | hints 7 17 show'd 7 | meaning, | 7 whose

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