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SECT. XX. And that so great, as to oppress good men.

AND if at any time vice should go unpunished, or, which is wont to offend many weak persons, some good men, oppressed by the fury of the wicked, should not only lead a troublesome life, but also undergo an infamous death; we must not presently from hence conclude against a Divine Providence; which, as we have before observed, is established by such strong arguments; but rather, with the wisest men, draw this following inference:—

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