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Insanabilia. An essay upon incurables; handling that case, What shall people do under their griefs, when there is no curing of them? And aimed at the comfort and counsil of the many, who encounter those grievous things, for which there is no remedy but patience. : [One line epigram in Latin]

Title:Insanabilia. An essay upon incurables; handling that case, What shall people do under their griefs, when there is no curing of them? And aimed at the comfort and counsil of the many, who encounter those grievous things, for which there is no remedy but patience. : [One line epigram in Latin]
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Note:Boston: : Printed by T. Fleet, for Samuel Gerrish, on the north-side of the Town-House., 1714
  
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Subject:Mental illness
Subject:Sermons -- 1714
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