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Page 372 of Account of the people called Shakers : their faith, doctrines, and practice, exemplified in the life, conversations, and experience of the author during the time he belonged to the society : to which is affixed a history of their rise and progrogress to the present day / by Thomas Brown.

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372Z Ltre the kingdom they inherit, Love whatever's pure and clean. Love your Elders ia4thir calling, Love their counfel to obey; Love to fce old Babel falling, Love the new and living way. Love the crofs, love felf-denial, Love to labour day and night; Love that faith that flands the trial, Love with brethren to unites. Love the fouls yet bound in fetters, Love to help them on to God; Love to feel yourfelves their debtors, Love the preachers fent abroad. Love the inward, new creation, Love the glory that it brings; Love to lay a good foundation, In the line of outward things. Love a life of true devotion, Love your lead in outward care; Love to fee all hands in motion, Lovc to take your equal hare. Love to love what is belov'd, Love to hate what is abhorr'd; Love all earneft fouls that covet Lovely love and its-reward. Love repays the lovely lover, And in lovely ranks above, Lovely love fhall live for ever, Loving lovely loved love. THE END.