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contrary bad men do not [[deletion]] shun [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] avoid [[/addition]] impiety, altho they spill much blood upon the altars. After sacrifices to the Gods with a chaste and pure mind and appease them both when you get up and when you go to bed that they may be propicious to you. God [[deletion]] ought to be [[/deletion]] [[addition]] is more acceptably [[/addition]] worship'd [[deletion]] with more [[/deletion]] by piety than by magnificence. 1. Let men [[deletion]] ought to [[/deletion]] address themselves with chastity ^ [[addition]] and piety [[/addition]] to the Gods, [[deletion]] apply piety, [[/deletion]] and put away their riches