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o-f-ou-.

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n-n---es_t....,.o_o_u-~·1

,

thoughts

doth.

I

x.It maketh

.the

heart ~

of man

·vttine

and

empty,

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maketh

0~1~ ~efires _impa~i-

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3.sul~gs.

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. _s.Itmaketh

themjinfull

and

cor-

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rupt~

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19

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The(eemiag

co~forts

which

men have ·in

l

fpeculative

emjQying

of

~1eafutes,

appear

i

c

{·I·

In

thtngs

prefent.

So

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three things

1..

In

th_ings

paft.

83

f

3· In

thtngs

future.

88 1

A

~ure

:way.

whereby to know our

ntttu,-Ail j

,

-tnclmattons,

.

xor.,xo~

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4

.The

yfes

ef

the

Difcovery.of

the

vanity

of

l

our·ThougiJts,

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pag.xo2., xxo

1

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r. To 'be humbled for thetn, p;r

oz.,&e,

The

Reafo-ns

why

wee

.fhould

bee humbled

· · for them, ·

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Io+, 1Of

Y[e

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To

ma~e

confcierice of

then1,

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TheReafons

why,

·

p.xxx,rri,&c.

Remedies

againft

vainc

th~ughts,

tl

~p.

xrS,

ad finem-.

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