The interest of creditors and debtors, or the duty that is incumbent on both, by the laws moral, civil, and divine. With their respective interest stated. Published, for their mutual benefit, by an impartial observer of the often severity of the former, and defection of the latter
printed, and are to be sold by William Rawlins over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil,
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