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'·AHeart fantti#ed, will (

Q\tt

of all objetl:s

.

that are

put into the

Thoughts)

difiill

hri

!J

an~

ufefull

m.edit~ttio

ns,

.

3.

I

,32.

~;

The

vanity

and 1infwlnelfe of th! min(:i ap-

. peares

ir.

an

unwillingrtelfe

eo

cntettaiqe

!Jo.!ymeditations,

.

,

.

37

· What

a

hardnes

there is to

holy

meditatt-

ons,

,

39,40

Hew

little

while

Yie

ate

in~en~

..

in

th~m,.

4~

Notftedfaft,

but hke

one leok1ng

orr a

Star:

. thorow an C>ptique glafi'e ' held with a

/

pA/jie

hand)

.

. ,

.43

We mutl

watch;and

th_at

chiefly

in

Prlljer,

'

4f,4~

Tke

vanity of

minde

in good things,

is,

T~

·

thinke

of

them

unfeafona6{y,

4~,4'1,

48

rhe

difftrence of

C

hr ift

s

and..

Adams,

.and

. our

Tpouthts,

-

, ·

.49.

Of

the

pojitive

vanity

ofour

thoughts,

aad·

whereby

it

difcovereth it

felfe,

io,5r

· - r.Tn

its

Foslijhneffe,

... ·

..

rr

.2..In its

l~tdependency, ,

·

1

·

14

And this .

3.l~

its

CurtoJi~,

,

~z.

is feen

in

-.4.In

its taking

thought-

to

fulfill

--'

1.things.

the

lufts

ofthe flefli ,

71

.

5.1n

its

r.~pre[enting; &

acfing

vcrfins 1n

our

thoughts,

A

·

,

This

t..' . •

.,