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The way to be wise and wealthy: or, the excellency of industry and frugality

J. S.

The way to be wise and wealthy: or, the excellency of industry and frugality

as the due and regular exercise thereof is the necessary means of procuring the happiness of this life, ... Recommended in particular to the gentleman, ... With a short preface, perswading all Protestants to lay aside party-prejudices, ... By Mr. J. S.

by J. S.

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Published by printed by Philip Bishop, and sold by him at his shop, and by William Taylor, London in Exon .
Written in English


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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 4466, no. 06.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination95,[1]p.
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17061528M

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Putnam’s Sons, ). The Federal Edition in 12 volumes. Vol. I (Autobiography, Letters and Misc. Writings ). Note that he saith not wealthy women, fair women, but holy women; here is the ground of his commendation. A little holiness is better than a great deal of riches and beauty.

Beauty fades with sickness, wealth hath many ways to take it away, but grace holds ever to life eternal, and commends before God, angels, and good men. (John Rogers.). The Book That Will Suit You. Or, a Word for Every One. The Wealthy Family "There is no lack to those who fear Him!" Psalm He convinces us that we have it not.

He grants us to see its beauty and excellency. Then the desire to possess and enjoy it springs up — then we seek it by earnest, fervent prayer — and by the gospel it is. Proverbs A Great Teacher and a Genuine Student Proverbs Piety Proverbs The Young Man Proverbs Moral Traps Proverbs.

The excellency of wisdom appears in the gifts she bestows. She is a munificent princess, holding in both hands the richest presents, to be given to her servants. A happy life extended to old age is given to the lovers of wisdom, and riches and honour are given in the same sense as length of days.

SOWTER, John. The way to be wise and wealthy; or, the excellency of industry and frugality, as the due and regular exercise thereof is the necessary means of procuring the happiness of this life, and preparing for that of a better.

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Train your children to virtue and candour, and justice and humanity. Train your children to piety. MEMOIRS OF FRANKLIN. PART I. To William Franklin, Esq., Governor of New-Jersey.

Twyford, at the Bishop of St. Asaph's, Dear Son,—I have ever had a pleasure in obtaining any little anecdotes of my may remember the inquiries I made among the remains of my relations when you were with me in England, and the journey I undertook for that purpose.

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