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Gethin, Grace. Misery is virtues whet-stone. Reliquiæ Gethinianæ, or, Some remains of the most ingenious and excellent lady, Grace Lady Gethin, lately deceased. Being a collection of choice discourses, pleasant apothegmes, and witty sentences. Written by her for the most part, by way of essay, and at spare hours. Published by her nearest relations to preserve her memory, and digested for method's sake under proper heads. The 2d edition. Unto which is added A funeral sermon. With the inscription on her monument.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 22512, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/22512. Accessed 2024-06-16.

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  author={Gethin,Grace},
  year={1700},
  title={Misery is virtues whet-stone. Reliquiæ Gethinianæ, or, Some remains of the most ingenious and excellent lady, Grace Lady Gethin, lately deceased. Being a collection of choice discourses, pleasant apothegmes, and witty sentences. Written by her for the most part, by way of essay, and at spare hours. Published by her nearest relations to preserve her memory, and digested for method's sake under proper heads. The 2d edition. Unto which is added A funeral sermon. With the inscription on her monument.},
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