Bolton - Houston-Packer Collection BX9339.B65 A2 1641

IO, The LifeandDeath whom their learning and piety have made eminent) it pleafed M. D. Bet, knowing. his deíerts, and perceivinghim to languifh for want of meanes , moff bountifully to contribute for his reliefe, and by his an o- Aman offin- thersbountie, with force mall (Upends hee gular eminency far learning and had forhis Letures-in that Houfe, lice was piety. uphelduntill hehadgot aFellowfhip,which fell out about the thirtiethyeareof his age, at which time hee commenced Mafia. of Arts; and thenby the Fxercifes bee perfor- med in the Houfe and abroad , being Re- gent Mafter hegrew into fame , andwas fill fucceffìvely chofen tob .e Reader of the Le- dures:of Logicke, and Morall,and Naturall Philofophy,(as by the StatutesoftheHoule theywereappointed tobee read) which bee performed fo ílridly, and with fuch éxad- neffe, as that hee got credit and applaufe with thebee, but forne envy with his fuccef- fours , tharbryhis example werenow provo- ked roa morefrequerit and painful' reading ofthem., which werefeldome and Lightly performed before. And fuch was his e- ifeeme in theVniverfitiefor hispublike dif putations,