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A few drops of choice honey, extracted from the old comb of a very ancient hive; or, Some pious and very instructive sentiments taken from an old book which was printed in 1640, entituled, A son's patrimony, and a daughter's portion; payable to them at all times, but best received in their first times, when they are young and tender: laid out without expence of money, only by teaching them to improve their time, and attend to the words of wisdom 2 editions

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Ezekias Woodward
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Cover of: A few drops of choice honey, extracted from the old comb of a very ancient hive; or, Some pious and very instructive sentiments taken from an old book which was printed in 1640, entituled, A son's patrimony, and a daughter's portion; payable to them at all times, but best received in their first times, when they are young and tender: laid out without expence of money, only by teaching them to improve their time, and attend to the words of wisdom.
Cover of: A few drops of choice honey, extracted from the old comb of a very ancient hive; or, Some pious and very instructive sentiments taken from an old book which was printed in 1640, entituled, A son's patrimony, and a daughter's portion; payable to them at all times, but best received in their first times, when they are young and tender: laid out without expence of money, only by teaching them to improve their time, and attend to the words of wisdom.

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