Burton - PR2223 A1 1638

:bE >tbc" 1 Tu s to the Reader. !mmhle-b(es, dorsor beedes, inter fter~ora 11t pturimum verfontur, they take over all.thofe rubb1_ili and dung-hi!s,. and_ prefer a manufcript many • EJit.7 . •,,. times before theGpfpelit felfe, • tlitforerum mt~cum bef0re:1ny treafilre ::;:: 1 ••• Gu- and w.irh t\l.eir <feleafpr d, alii legunt fie~ mem.codex fie haber, wirh tbei~ poftr•m• editiolw,annorations, cailigations,&c.make bool<s deare,them. felves·ridic)llous,and do ~obody good;yeri£any·lnaAdareO)>pofe or co_n- . . . tradH~t, they are mad, upmarmcs on afudden, howmany lheers are wm~ •.Arijloplia.U. , ~enin defern:e, how piJ;terinveC!ives, what apologies~ • EpiphiUedtJ hit Ita.,.. jimret-,.er.. nug... Bui.I.dare fay·no moreof,for,with,ot againft rhem,be- . : eau~ l amHable to1lwidafh,as well as others,O'fthefeand the reft ofour .{\rtifisartd Philofophers,l willgenerally condude;theyateakind ofmad bti~.Je lent' men; ash, ,5 tl'eu elleemes pf them; to make.d~ubts and fc:ruples, how to fiuu. reade rhemtruly, ta mend old.aqthors, but.will not mend their own lives or reach U'f>!Pgeni4<fat.are, mtmoriam•fftciorum ingerere,. AC fidtm in reb~ humani! tetinere, to keepeour wits inorder,or redilie ourmanners.Nttm• quidtibi d(mms videtllr, Ji.. ifl:u operam impenderit, is l!ot he mad that <-'Dell,;.&.. · drawes lineS with Archimedes, wl11~dl: his hon!e is ranfacked, and his city ""'"" .li"""'•hdi.egec!J.wben the wbolewoddiS m combulhon, or we whileftourfouls ::;:~.Hor .., areindanger (mo;sfUff.!tur, vi~a fogit) tofpelld our timcin t<iyes, idle d o~id¥<t.. · ql!elliqos, and thingsof no won!_~.~ - c Plut~""·-4- ·• l[h~~< LQvers.al'Omad, lchinkenomanwill deny, vfnure jimul & {,.._ mar;~(:!,"" p.ere, ipji}ovi "'"t{~ru~,.b•piter himfclfecanootinrend bothat once, ·' ~P'fl·l9.• · • "' d Non bm.e.>onveniunt, nec·in una ftde m•rant11r; ~SJ'I<"""P114' . _, ,• .1/fajejM.&am•r. · ' . - t /;;~~;·:;:,;;: ~ · 'rullj when he was invit~d to a fecond marruge; replied he could nocji~ .., "'J,'"''" mul amare & (apere, l)e wxfe·andlove both together. • Ejlorcm iUe, viufl h:;:;,;,:::: . i~Hmu/i,c.abilil}ejt,rabies ifljimA;, Love is madmilfe, a he!l, an!ncurable difi "Dolereft Ji- eafe; tmpopent<?P & m.fanam ltb,dmem, f Stnt(4 calls It, an Impotent and "''1"od',t raging lull.- Ilhallclilptetbis fubjed apart;inthemeanetimeler Lovers ;~;~egre re- fighoutthtreft. : . . · Hi!.•:•""'· &Nevi{<>pH4the Law.yerholdsit for anax!Ome, moftwomen 4rtfoolu,' ';_;.·~"f,;;:":;;,.hconjilimpfominil in"'alidum; Senec4 men, bethey young orold; who jin<ul poftd<ri doubts it, y,outhismad as Elim in Tu~y, Stu/ti Adoleftentuli, oldage little ffl:"'· berter, dehri (enes ,&cl Tbeophraftt# m the I 07. yeareof his age, ifaid he th•i• %.~:~ome ~ben began to be wifc;trtm {apere cepit, and therefore lamented his depar. hy eating pye- ture. lfwifedomecome£0 late, where lhall wefin.de awifeman! our old ::;~n f~;. onesdoteatthreefc<ireandtenne. I wouldcit~moreproofes,and a better .l!~,.t,;;, Authout,.butfo!tbeprefent, Ieromef.oole po11!f ataoother. kNwi(am~ "' '""'. .:~~·- hath as haM an opinion o£1 rkbmen, weAlthand wife dome cannot dwell to- ~;;;1uiJtm . gether,ftultitiampatiuntur opes, :"and they do commonlY. n infotu11;em ,.,;tal•bt.. foAt hommu;be[ot men;atldas we f~e lt.,fooles h~Wtfortfine :0 Sapsentt• "'" tnve. • ~~·n•-'rhto- nitur in terra fuavtterviventium,For belideanamrallcontempt of learn:.. ~ F;rrunani- igg,v.:hich a~companiesfuch l:inde ofmen,innate idlenelfe, (for they will · :;~,fl~~:::J .. take no p:Unes) and_which.P Ariftotl~obfmes.,ut.i mens pi~<Yimll, ibi mini. fo<it. mafortun•,ub• fiNrtmdfortun4,zlh tntmptrex•gua,great wealth,and little oiob •8. witgoecommonlytogether: they have as muchbraines fomeof them, in ~f.~&j:;.';. their heads as in ~heir heds;belides tbis inbredn'¥leet ofli_berallSciences, fo"'~' :. . and all Arts1 whi<th lhould e;mlert. 1:111/ltem, poh!h tbe 111111de, they have -- : moll: