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I

Tht · v~nitie

attive

fpi~its

·in

~~ntinu~

· ·

all .imploymeat,

left

thtir

heads ·flt.ould

bee work–

img and

_~plotting

amiffe :

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did

G_od

·appoint

e.

ven in

Paradi!e

the

aCl:ive ,

fj}irit

of mitn

~

a

caiHng

to keepe '\

~im

doing. ·

God

hereby

hedg<~th

in

· mans

thoughts, .an·d ·fets _· ,

them to goe in narrow

~

lane

~

knowing_.that

if .

th·ey .

are unconfitred

··and

left ·at

liberty· , ·

they ,

.would -like ·wilde

~f[es

·

(nujfe up

the

winde

,

as

Ieremy

fp~aks

, .

Jererny

2 • .

2·4~

onely take heed of

·encutnbring ·

thy

n1inde ·

with too much buliQeffe,

more · than

thou

·canft .

.- ·

grafpeo .-,

It

made ·

tJ'I{ar-

·

tha

forget·-that

one

thi~g

.

, -

_ne-

.