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FOURTH CHAPTER OF JOHN.

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7 When therefore I 7 the Lord | knew how the | Pharisees had | heard 7 | 7 that Jesus | made and bap / tised 7 | more dis | ciples than | John, 1917 though | Jesus him self 9 17 bap | tised | not, 7 | but 7 1 7 his dis / ciples, | 7 he | left Judea, | 7 and de parted again 7 | 7 into | Galilee. | | | And |

1 he must needs 7 | go 7 | through Sa I maria. Il

| Then 7 | cometh he | 7 to a | city of Sam | aria, 1 7 which is called | Sychår, | | near to the / parcel of ground 7 17 that | Jacob / gave 717 to his / son 7 | Joseph. 17 Now | Jacob's / well. 717 was | there. 7171717 Jesus / therefore being | wearied with his journey, I sat 7 | thus 7 17 on the well: 71 | and it was a | bout the sixth 7 ! hour. 71117 There cometh a woman of Sam aria | 7 to draw 7 | water. I | Jesus | saith unto her, 1 | Give me to drink, 7| 7 for his disciples

1 7 were / gone a / way 7 1 7 into the city, [ 7 to 1 buy 7 | meat. 7| || | Then saith the woman of Sam | aria | unto him, | | How is it | 7 that I thou, 7 | being a | Jew, 7 | askest | drink of me? 717 who am a woman of Sam | aria, 1 7 for the Jews

1 717 have no dealings. / 7 with the Sam | aritans. |

1 1 | Jesus | answered and said unto her, I | If thou | knewest the gift of God, 7 1 7 and / who it I is 9 1 7 that I saith to thee, I give me to drink; 7

; 1 I thou wouldest have | asked of him, 7 | 7 and

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he would have given thee | living / water. Il

9 The woman | saith unto him, | Sir, 7 | thou hast nothing to draw with, | 7 and the well is | deep:7|| 7 from | whence 7 | then 7 | bast thou | that 7 | living | water. ! 17 Art 7 | thou 7 | greater than our | father | Jacob, | 7 who I gave us the | well, 7 | 7 and | drank thereof? | 7 him / self, 7 1 7 and his children, | 7 and his cattle? | I | Je

1 sus | answered and said unto her, 71 | whoso | ever | drinketh of this 7 | water, 1 7 shall | thirst

1 a | gain : 917 but I whoso I ever | drinketh of the

| water | 7 that l I shall I give him, | 7 shall I never | thirst; 7 1 1 7 but the water that I shall |

1 give him 7 shall be in him, | 7 a I well of I wa

1 ter, | | springing | up 9 | into | ever | lasting | life. 7 || 17 The I woman | saith unto him, | | Sir, 7 | give me this water, 1 7 that I | thirst not,

| neither | come 7 | hither | 7 to | draw.7 | | | Jesus | saith unto her, | | go, I call thy | husband, 17 and | come 7 | hither. I 17 The woman | an

| swered and said, 7171 | have no | husband. || | Jesus said unto her, | | thou hast | well 7 | said, 7 | 7 I have no 7 | husband: 11 7 for thou | hast 7

1 had ? | five | husbands; 7 and he whom thou now 7 | hast 7 | 7- is not thy | husband : 1 1 7 in / that 7 | saidst thou 7 | truly. || | 7 The woman | saith unto him, | | Sir, 7 1 7 1 per | ceive, 7 | 7 that

| thou art a | prophet. ||| Our 7 | fathers | worshipped | 7 in this 7 | mountain ; || 7 and 1 ye 7 | say, 7 | 7 that in Jerusalem | 7 is the place 7 1 7 where

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| men 7 | ought to worship. || | Jesus | saith unto her, | | woman, | 7 be lieve me | 7 the hour 7 |

1 cometh, | | when ye shall | neither 1 7 in this 7 |

1 mountain, / 7 nor | yet in Jerusalem, || worship the Father. || | Ye 7 | worship | 7 ye | know not | what: 7 | We know what 7 | we 7 | worship; | 1 7 for sal | vation | 7 is of the | Jews. 9||17 But the hour 7 | cometh, | 7 and now is 7 1 7 when the true 7 | worshippers 17 shall / worship the Father | 7 in spirit | 7 and in / truth; 7 || 7 for the | Father | seeketh | such 7 1 7 to worship him. Il I God 7 | 7 is a spirit: 1 7 and | they that wor

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ship | him, 7 1 7 must | worship him 7 in spirit |
7 and in | truth. 7||17 The I woman | saith unto
him, | | 171 | know 7 | 7 that Messias | cometh,
7 which is called | Christ: 7 | 7 when he is | come,
717 he will I tell us | all things. | | | Jesus | saith
unto her, | I that I speak unto the am 7 | he. 7||

| And upon / this 7 | came his disciples, | 7 and |
marvelled | 7 that he | talked with the woman:11
7 Yet | no man | said, 7 | what 7 | seekest thou? ||
7 or / why ? | talkest thou | with her. || 17 The
woman I then 7 | left her / water pot, | 7 and I went
her | way 7 | into the city, | 17 and I saith to the

| men, 7| | come 7 | see a | man 717 that I told
me | all things / 7 that I ever I | did:7| | Is not |
this the | Christ? 7 ||| Then 7 | they went out of
the city, | 7 and | came unto him. ! | | 7 In the
mean 7 | while 7 17 his dis / ciples / prayed him, I

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| saying, | | master, | | eat; 7 | 1 but he said

1 unto them, | I have | meat to eat 7 | 7 that 1 ye 7 | know not of. ||

Therefore | said the dis / ciples | one to another, | | 7 hath | any man | brought him | aught to | eat? | | | Jesus | saith unto them, | | My ? | meat 7 | 7 is

7 to I do the will of him that | sent me, I 7 and to

1 finish his / work. || | Say not ye, 1 7 there are | yet 7 | four 7 | months, 7 17 and I then 7 | cometh

1 the harvest? | 17 Be | hold 7 171 | say unto you, | | lift up your | eyes, 7|| and look on the

1 fields; 711 7 for they are / white al | ready 1 7 to

| harvest. || 17 And | he that | reapeth 17 re ! ceiveth | wages, | 7 and I gathereth | fruit 7 | 7 unto

| life e | ternal; | | 7 that both | he that | soweth | 7 and he that reapeth 1 "? may re l'joice to | gether. || | 7 And 1 7 here | in 1 1 7 is that 7 | saying

| true, 7 | | One 7 | soweth, | and an | other | reapeth. 1 1171 sent you to reap 7 | that 7 | 7 where | on ye be stowed | no 7 | labour: | Other | men | laboured, | 7 and / ye are | entered / 7 into their 17

| labours. Il 17 And many of the Samaritans | 7 of that city | 7 be | lieved on him | 7 for the saying of the woman, 1 7 which testified, | 7 he | told me | all that ever I did. 7 || 17 So / when the Samaritans / 7 were come unto him, | 7 they be sought him | 7 that he would | tarry with them: 1 17 and he abode 7 | there 7 | two 7 | days. 7

117 And | many | more be | lieved on him | 7 be

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| cause of his own 7 | words; 7 17 and said unto the | woman, | | Now we be | lieve, y not be. cause of thy 7 | saying: 1 7 for we have heard him our / selves, 1 7 and I know, I 7 that this is in | deed 717 the Christ, 717 the Saviour | 7 of the

1 17 world. 7111

REPLY OF MR. PITT.

(THE LATE EARL OF CHATHAM.) 7 The a | trocious | crime 7 17 of being al young 7 | man, 7 | 7 which the | honorable / gentleman | has, with such | spirit and decency, | charg'd up / on me, I 17 I shall | neither at | tempt to | palliate, / nor de | ny; 7 | 17 but content myself with | wishing | 7 that I may be one of those 717

1 whose | follies | cease with their , youth; 711 7 and

| not of that 7 | number | 7 who are | ignorant | 7 in spite of experience.11

Whether / youth 717 can be im puted to any man | 7 as a re | proach, 717 1 | will not assume my 17 the province of del termining: 1 1 7 but | surely, I age 7 | may become | justly contemptible,

| | if the oppor | tunities | 7 which it I brings 717 have passed away 7 1 7 with | out im | provement, |

7 1 7 and | vice 717 ap | pears to pre | vail 77 17 when the passions | 7 have sub | sided. || 1 7 The | wretch 7 1 7 that, | after having | seen the conse

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