Arrowsmith - Houston-Packer Collection BT70 .A776 1659

ilChain of Principles. I bladder with windy hopes which Exerc, ended loon after in his ruine. §. 6. Thirdly i inconflant and mutable as to be gone all on the lud- den without giving -their owners warning. That is raid to be vain which vanifheth. Man is like to P( 1444. ty, his days are aIhadow that; pafle-th uTha). Accordingly the two Ions Ofthe firft man carried in their names a memo- randum of what they and their poile- ritywere to exped. Cain fignifies fefsion Abel vanity : All the poflef- fions,of this world areof avanifhing nature, and liable to a speedy decay ; or rather, they are not Poffeftions but .7.yod minvi4 Pageants , which 1,vhilePt they pleafe lo'f7ein'adief.1;,,r us pals away from us in a moment. Thofe we have here are running ban- dtuamrepulactei;t (pets delicate, and ferved in with Senec. 'ePia itate, but loon over. Howmany cloth ii°' fwift deftrudion [hatch every day out of the arms of worldly felicity and fhb to the heart at one blow ! Be- hold Beltelhar in the midfl of his C 2 cups