Rous - Houston-Packer Collection BV4647.J68 R69 1619

94 ofGo9dand Euill. Neither doth this hold only in fom·e men of extr~uagant hu-_ mours, but it fince the eating ofthis fruit, to bee a generall fruit of that eating. For generally mankind is in bondage to this !enfuall wifedome , & generally the liues ofmen are framed and leuelled thereby, and commonly in rhe courfeofeuery naturall man, we thal find fome one thing efpecially propofed as his chiefe good&happi– nes; the contrary wherof is his chiefe euillandmiferie; neither ofwhich are fucb,as theybeefieemed. -Yea, the fway of this knowledge is fo mightie , that ~n many plaine