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A

ERMON

PREACHED

BE~

FORE QYEENE ELIZABETH,

, .AT

qreenwich,on

VVednefdaytheXf. of

March,

A.

'D.

MD LXXX IX.

PSALME LXXV. VER. Ill.

iquefacra eft terra,

&

0111nes qui habitant in ea :

Ego

con.:

firmavi Columnas ejus.

·

I

.

fhe

earth~

andall the Inhabitants thereofare dijfolved: hut

J

wiUejlahlijh the 'l?iUars

of

it.

·

TwasM os n stheManofG do, that; by fpel

ciall direction from G o

o,

firfl: began, and

brought up this order, to make

Muflcke

the con·

veigherofmens d•ities in totheirminds(Deut.

3

r.

19.)And Davidfirhencehath continued it, and D<ut3ui,

brought it to perfection, in this Booke, as having

a fpeciall grace and felicity in this kinde : He, for

Songs 5

and his Sonne S

li.

L

o

M

o

N

for

Proverbs.

By which two(that

is)bytheunhappy Adage,

and

by a

wanton fong,

Satan

bath ever breathed mofl:

of his infection and poifon into the minde

of

man.

edorh

b

hi

.

.

.

In whic[1 holyandheavenlyufeofbis Harpe,

1

' Y 1

s tunes of

011uficke,

teach men how to fer themfelves

mtm<e(Pf•l.r5

.)

ow nor one

Y

to rune themfelves, burhowrotunetheir

houOwlds

(P[At.

ror.)

And

,

.

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