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To·

the

Reader.

Parts on {everalOccafions, Qr had I

yet

lime

and Strength to have cafl it into

a 111ore regular fbape,ii might have been

I

partly a11zended: Bttt

I

had rather it

ctJme

out thw than not at all : Whoever,

_ .

u

di[pleafed at it,

hy

guilt or different

.

juclg11zent,

I

will pleafe nzy Confcience,

whofe Peace I find

poilible

and

quiet–

. ting,

while fuch Mens bath been

neither

hitherto

to

111e.

·

I'

fznow

·that Age

and

NaturalWe

a~~

nefs; hath heen

part of

the

C

aufe of

nzy

forgetting ·.

oft

that

I

had written the

{a11ze

,

before.

.

But

while

l

confefs

thh

l.nfirnzity,

J.

will tell the Reader

two.Sto-

ries

"for

his ufe

of

it.

.

1

read in

a

great

Man

that ·

oft

re–

peating -in the

Pulpit

the

[an1e

thing,

was

9

fign

to

the Hearers, that their

,

Teacher

{pa~e

not

crudely

and

rt(fhly

that

he

had

never digefled

or

well flu–

·.died,nor

light things tbat

he

valued

JZOto•

hit! that which he thought

nece!fa'J

and

had

long conjiclered.

I