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     One called to that work be of good report with them that are

    without & that they be not given to wine; which was observed he loved

    too well and took too much liberty that way ; Answeres were put to thes

    objections but they satisfied not: as to ye last ye most waighty was answerd yt

    Mr Hubbard had with much greif acknowledged failings at Estward[93] and was of yt

    Christian spirit that if any thing did slip from him in word or deed not comely

    he was willingly in brothrly way to be put in mind of it.


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    [93] I.e., “East-ward”? Conjectural reading.