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The piffleDcdicatory:

And

who

ton but

commend

this

mind

of

yours

info

fcarce

a

world

of

iuy?

and painefull

Magiftrates

?

Your

piety

ix Cods

?natters

ts

teRtficdfisftsentlyard plainly

by

your

exemplary

ebedience

to

Gods

Sabbothes

:

where

yeargoed

affeEronto

the

Werd,

14

a

louitag

effabilitie

to

the Preachers

thereof,

is

obferued

and

reuertnced

by

as

mar

as

truly

knowyAu.

Axdfor

the

in-

tegrity

of

your

mind

in

Courtcanfe..,

you

haue as

many

wit

-

netles

as the

Court

heath

cares.

Ind meted

how

can

I

+ice

badly

follow

that

bath

fo

good

fore.lead

ers

?

I

trrite

not

this

to

game

titles :

onely

in

your

perfon

(Sir)

I

defire

toffirre

vp

others

f

14

place

to

beare

you company

info

good

away

of

piet

w,in-

tegritie,and

incorrupt

iuftice,

ifthey

be

behind.

Alfo my

defire

is,

byfo

true

a

relation

of

fo

many

rod

&ffice,and ()Tells

of

your

chide

Steward

fhip

in

the

Marches

performed among

vs

by

you

(matters

which

haue

a

good

report

of

al

men,&

of

the

truth

ic`felfe)

humbly

to

proueke'

you

to

óce

forward

in

this

narrow

path,whereiis

fofew

now

wall¿e,offncere

and

confriona

le.

lagi

¡Jracy. So

'ballets

one

day

beare this

comfort.

hle

f

eyi

q

:

Mat. 25.

2/.

(c)

It

is

well

done good feruant

&

faithfull.

But

1

may

not

fay

much

íei

the

Preface,where

to

little

rr

fayd in

the

Book!,

it

felfe

:

and therefore

to conclude,

1

fay,goed

Sir, get

ground

of

the

common enemy dayly,

as

.1

trufi

you

doe,andkeepe what

you

get. Let

no

man,

let

nothiv

pull this

hope from

you,

Ants

which

yen

are

entred,

tallyossbsase

finifhed the dayes

of

'your

faith here,andtbe

4ncientofdayes

take

you

tothofe dayes

of

cndletfelife,

which

He

bath

prepared in His

Kingdome

of

glory for

all that

loue

end

Waite

ter

his

co

stming,

as

I

doubt net

you doe,and

pray

you

may

doe

fo

fiill,and

wit

h

increaf, t

hat

is

more ana'more

to

the

true

load

ofyour

feuerall

charges,

and the

litre

good

ofyour'own

joule; for

which bee

prayeth,and

will

pray

:

Who

is

Your Worfhips

humbly

to be

commmaunded,

for

his

beft in the Gofpell,

ROBERT

HORNS,

From

Mrs.

Danetshoufe neere

Ludlow.

the

19ed.May.

tGrp.