Arrowsmith - Houston-Packer Collection BT70 .A776 1659

11Chain of Principles.. boafling they were ) our daughters- as Exerc. corner-Bones polifhed after the fìrnilitude of a palace; To plenty of provifion, Our garners are full a ordinn all manner of ¡lore; To increafe and ufefulnefs of cattel, Our fheep bring forth thoufands and ten thoufands in our f#reets Our oxen are firong to labour; To peace and tranquil- lityof eaate, There is no breaking in, nor going out, no complaining in our flfreets. Hereupon they applaud themfelves, and as placing their happines in fuch outward accommodations, fay, as it is in the formerpart ofverfethe fifteenth, Nappy is the people that are infuck a cafe. Beatam ¿ixe ?unt ¡.'O U Urns Which fenle is extremely favoured, not cvua iafpt. onely by the vulgar Latine, inferting Dixerunt, but alto by the Septuagint, who render it by i¡.takdemv, bothconcur- ring to have it read, They pronounced the people bled that were infuch a cafe. Then come in the fait words according to this interpretation, as thePfalmiíbs re- folution in the point, by way of Epa, northofis, or in exprefs contradiction B z rather I