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The

Epiffle

to the Reader.

ous

k

Trairours:

to

their

heavenly

Prince,

the

truth,

the

*

Isproditoreft

caufe

and

Church

of

Chrift

:

The very

of

firing of

Ju-

das.

Shamefuil expofers

of

themf

'ves

to

the

/

corne'

proruncia,raut

and hatred

of

all men,

both

good

and

had

:

it

happening

nora

jucienter

unto

thefe

middle men, as

to them'who

dwell in

the

*middle

I

earn defend

}t.

i

hryfoít.

roomes

of

f

me

high

building; as

they

are

fmoaked

and

*

Arittoceles

(mothered

by

them

that

dwell under them,

and

polluted;

de

mediir,

with

¡lime

and

filth

from

them

that

dwell

over

them;

fo

fmoake

and

finother, difgrace

and

Marne

is

the portion

of

filch

neutralizing and

middle

people

:

they

that

cleave

heartily

to

neither

fide,

are

jufily

fnJ

ecled

and

abhorred

of

each

fide

:

He

that

is

neither

thoroughly

for

God,

nor

fir

man,

is

rejected

loth

of

God

and

man :

doe

not

fay

then in

the day

of

Chrifls

and

worlds conte/tation, as

finetime

the

Roman

Cato

did

in

the

civil

warre

be-

tweene

Ca3far

and

Pompey

.Q.lem fugiam .vïdeo,quern

fequar

non

video.

I

difcerne whomto

fy,

but

I

fee not

whom

to

follow.

Whofoever

be

deftrted,

Chritt

mug

be

filly

followed,

or

the

curt

of Meroz

mutt

be

expected.

Curley

e

cteroZ,,

Paid

the

Angell of the

Lord,

curfe

Jud.s.a;,

ye

bitterly

the Inhabitants

therof,

becauf

è

they

carne

ndt to

the helpe

ofthe Lord,

ro

the

helpe

of

the Lord

in

the

day

ofthe

mighty.

Which

words

I

wifh, as

once

ChryHtomc

did that

f

ntence.

Ecrlef.

2.H

r.

were en-

graven

on

the

doore-

pofts, into

which

theft Politicians

and

NeutraliZters

enter,

on

the Tables where

they

fit,

on

the

difies

cut of

which

they

eat

en the

cups out

of

which

they

drinke,

on

the

bed(eeds

where they

lie;

on

the walles

of

the

kettles

where

they

dwell

;

On

the

garments

which

they

oreare

;

on

the heads

of

the

hor

f

s

on

which they

rides

;1

and

on

the

f

re-

heads

ofall

them

whom they

meet,

that

they

might

lcarneand

continually remember,

That

there

i

I.

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is