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net, what he had often before said, that he knew of nothing whereby the peace of the nation was in danger; and that all that ever was, was either loose discourse, or, at most, embryos that never came to any thing; so there was nothing on foot, to his knowledge. He then returned to speak of his wife. He said there was a signal providence of God in giving him such a wife, where there was birth, fortune, great understanding, great religion, and great kindness to
him; but her carriage in his extremity was be?
dangers of Slavery as well as Popery; but on Dr. Burnet’s‘ telling him it would look like re-" sentment, and begging him to let it alone, he, smiled, and said he would do so. ' ' As he came down,'he met Lord Cavendish, and took leave of him ; but remembering some-' thing of importance, he went back to him, and‘ 3 spoke to him with great earnestness. He pressed him anxiously to apply himself more to religion; and told him. what great comfort and support he felt from it now in his extremity. Such was his last advice and farewell to his dearest friend. He went into his coach with great cheerfnlness. - Dr. Tillotson and Dr. Burnet accompanied him. As they were going, he looked about him, and knew several persons. Some he saw staring on him, who knew him, and did not put off their hats. He said, there was great joy in some, but that did not touch him so much as the tears he observed in the eyes of others; for that, he said, made him tender. .‘ He sung within himself as he went along; and Dr. Burnet asking him what he was singing, he said it was the 119th psalm; but he should sing better very soon. As the carriage turned into Little Queen Street, he said, “ I have often turned to the other hand with great comfort, but now I turn to this with greater.” As he said this,.he looked .to
‘iv-s14? his own lease» and DI- Tillman an a tear drqp from his eye- ‘ ‘
Jest as they were enter‘‘sis Liacolnfslsnr Fields, he said, ,‘,‘ hag been to me a place ‘If shining, and G941~ 1.10s: makes it the m of 1P)? PaaiShmeW.i Ha wandered to is: so. great B. crowd‘ assslsbled He had bsfers obserxssl. that it mined, and said is cqmraniqas ‘.‘ rain may 4° you 1.111% that are. liars-headed"? ‘ ‘ After all, was quisa he ‘shake tb. the sherifi News l .
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“ I expected. a? miss scald be such. that! should not lie-very well heard- I.‘ was. new: 'fqad afmuch speaking, much. 12,88 now; thereforel have. Set down in this paper all that I ‘think fit to leave behind me- God knows hm I was always firms designs against the. King’s
persqn. or of.v altering the. government. And I '