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on
the
Sacrament.
7
futabl
to this part:
he
a
higher,
a
more
t`;
á
more
fpiritualf,
immateriali
fub-
fiance,
fuch
as
the
foule
is,
and
according
as
mens
min
des are
of
divers fafhions, to
a
man
is
in a
way
of
feekeing
feverall
excellencies, for
himfelfeyea according to
their
different
ages;
Children
delight
in
childifh things, and
fo
doe
men
likewife,
from whom
this
childifhnes
is
worne, but
I
fay
,
to their
feverall fafhion and
vnderftanding
,
fo,
they
feeke
a
feverall excel
-
lency,fome
feeke
learning and
knowledge
and
to be
excellent
in
their
profeffion ,
and
that
is
the excellency
that
Tome
would
haue.
Some
feeke
great
places
of
authority
and
com-
mand,:
&
if
they
had
their
with,
that
is
the ex.
cëllency that
they
would
haue
;
Some
feeke
favour
of
the Prince
:
Some
to
haue
a
great
e-
flare,
that
men
may
fay
, he
is
worth
fo
much,
he
hath
filch
Lordfhips, and
fuch
faire
houles,
and lands
belonging
to
him,
if
hee
had the
ex-
cellency
he
defìres,
that
he would
haue.
Every
man
in his
owne
kinde,
according
as
wens vn-
derflandings
are
ftronger,
according
to
their
different
educations
as
it
hath
beene more no-
ble,
and
ingenious
,
according to the
feverall
companyes
that
they
keepe, where they
finde
fuch
and fuch things
magnified; according to
the
feverall ages
they
liue in As we
fay,fome-
thing
is
in
requefl
in
one age,
in
one
company,
fomething
in
another
; I
fay
according to the
feverall
occafions
,
fo
every man
feckes
a
feve-
rall
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