Downame - Houston-Packer Collection BX5133.D76 C552 1611 v.2

TheContents. §. 14. That excefflue brasserie Bothnot make chafe that Aeeare it morecommendable. 390 s..i 5.That this brasseriegraceth neither thebeautifnllnordefor- med, vertuout or vicious. 391 §.16. That coilyapparelldoth not make thofethat weare it more relei7ed. 392 §. t 7. Ofthe etti: which accompanie exce ?uebrauerie: 1./mite aeainfl God. 394 g. 18. Too much care in decking thebody , argreeth thenegle/ of thefoule. 395 §:19.That theywhovfe excefrein apparel , ofendagain/ their brethrenbygiuingoffence. 397 §. zo.Theirexcufe taken away who pretend inward humilitie though they exceed inoutwardbrauerie, 398 §. 2t. Theirexcufeanfweredwhopretendthepleafingoftheirhut. bandy asthe taufe oftheir excelfe. 399 §. zz. That exct:gluebrauerie is the taufe ofmanyfacet, in ref(ßeil ofthofcehat wean it. §. 23. That thisexceffecau ,rethmany euils,both toprivateperfont andto thecommonwealth. 4102 §. 24. That tally andvaine apparellis thefinite ofpride andfelle loue. 404 g. z5. Ofthepunifhsnent which God inflibleth vponmenforpride inapparell. 405 §. z6. That wearemuchaopreferre the fpiritua!lornament o_ f the fluke, before corporall. 407 CHAP XVI. Ofthevanitie ofworld ly pleafures. §. T. Worldlypleafures areofna worth, in comparifinof heaueny ieyes. 408 g. z. That worldlypleatsres aregiftsofan in feriournature,which arebellowedmoßplentifully vpon the wicked. 409 §. 3. That thebrutoJbcreatures haze the large' harein earthly plea/isres. 411 5.4.That worldlyplea( ures areoflefe ogee=becaufethey are apt to heabufed. 412 5. That