A triple paradox: affixed to a counter-mure raised against the furious batteries of restraint, slander and poverty, the three grand engines of the world, the flesh, and the devil By Major George Wither, who, now beleagured by their forces, throws out unto them this defiance. The said paradox maintains these particulars, that confinement is more safe than liberty, slander more advantageou[s] than praise, poverty more profitable than riches.
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