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thoufard Perjuries,

nor

on

the

heinous Geri

ledge

of

66-erring

.their

1icr0

fchaion,

and

encouraging

nett

r

thoufand

filenced

Knitters

to

do

the

like

by my

example, betides

many

other

feared

fins.

III

were

the

man'

that

for this

(Fd

plead

and

beg that

thy

might

be

laid

in

Gaols

with

rogues,

and

pay

fourty

pound

a

fermon

and

be

banithed

five

aides from

all

Corporations

&c.

and

all

this

as

neceffary

to

the

Church

and

as

for

God,

fathering

it

all

on

him

who

is

the

God

of

Truth

and

Love

;

and

pretending

that

there

is

no

need

of

their

Miniftry,

bcaufc

that

I

and.

fuch

as

I,do

better

perform

ail

that

office againft

ignorance,

ungod-

lineCs

and

popery

without

them,

&c.

How could

I

expel

regard

when

I preached

againft

the

fins

of

others?

Or

with

what

face

could

I

do

it

?

When

my

fin

Ihall

be opened

to me,

muft

I

not

with

Origen

after7

his

fall,

inftead

of

preaching,

Phut

the book,

and

weep,

remetnbring

Pfal.

5o. 16,17.

and

the

dreadful

third

Commandment

.;

and

tremble

when

I thoLight

of

death

and

judgment

?

For

a

?udac

in

Chrilts

family

finneth

at

a

dearer

rate

than firangers,

and will

quickly

find

his

gain

too hot to

hold,

and

thofe

that

hired him

to

be

woful

Comforters,.

who

will

turn

him

off with

a

E

fee thou

to

Obj.

Fewer

words

might

ferve.

AnC

NondYn

flt,;s dtcztar,

elm'

no

fatis

difoitnr.

Nec

paRcis

dicendim çß,

pod

paw-is

no

&lc-en-

duo

eft,