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AGAINST


PROFANE DEALING


WITH


HOLY MATRIMONY,


IN REGARD OF


A MAN AND HIS WIFE'S SISTER:


A TRACT


FOR ALL


ENGLISH CHURCHMEN AND CHURCHWOMEN.




BY THE


REV. JOHN KEBLE, M.A.


VICAR OF HURSLEY.




If God had laid all open, certainly
Man would have been the encloser: but since now
God hath impaled us, on the contrary
Man breaks the fence, and every ground will plough.
 O what were man, might he himself misplace!
 Sure, to be cross, he would shift feet and face.

George Herbert.



OXFORD,

JOHN HENRY PARKER;

AND 377, STRAND, LONDON.

1849.