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Lord, and striving to be wise in our actings, like the men of the world, hath made more Rehoboams than any one thing in this generation.
Is not ye sound of Rehoboams braggs daly hear amongst us?
The Mayflower and Her Log; July 15, 1620-May 6, 1621 — Complete
Rehoboams of the world (Louis XVI. excepted) do not always trust the rudder of government to ancient hands, old gentlemen, methinks, are very ill placed [when not at the council-board] any where but in a cloister.
The more than 150 lots in the "e-auction" include Jeroboams, Rehoboams, Methuselahs,
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