Burroughs - HP BS2775 B87 1649

Mores hiss tJfe-deniAU. · 'ertain/1 mt4kethemfolves wings, they flie ""~'M an Eag1,ea Ob{erve tirfi,the Ho.. · ly Ghoft faiesthat-richesartnot,areNo- . thing: thoferhings that make men great in the eye of the world, are n1thing in the ey'-s of Go9: acipher is nothing in i,ts felfe, yet put a figure to it, and it is tomething. Secondly obferve,the f.I J.. ly Ghoft would not have us fb much as fit oesr eyes HpOn riGhes, . they arc .not obj~·lts worth the looking on. Thirdly obferve, with what indignation flee fpeakts againft thofe rhac will fet their eyes upon rhem; wilt thou (et thine eyes . Npt~n tht~t 'A'hich is not! as if h~ fhould fay, -whar ava.ine, unreafonable, fottifh , fenlcldic thing is it~ Fourthly obf\: rve, that hefa yes their parting from us is by~ way of ptght, that is,a fi1dden, a f wifr, and irrecoverable motion. Fifthly, obftrve' that this flight is by the wi11gs . if an. Eagle, which is the moft fudden, the moft 1wift, anJ irrecoverable motion. Sixtl y obferve, none need put wings upon them to 6y away, forfo fayts the Texr, .thty,make t11 themfolv.es ! ll'ings, there is matter enough in them· ) fel ves to w9rk their owne corruption, ~ 3 and 53