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Christ, I have read, did to His chaplains say,
Sending them forth, Salute no man by th’ way:
Not that He taught His ministers to be
Unsmooth or sour to all civility,
But to instruct them to avoid all snares
Of tardidation in the Lord’s affairs.
Manners are good; but till His errand ends,
Salute we must nor strangers, kin, or friends.

Tardidation, sloth.