Rous - Houston-Packer Collection BV4647.J68 R69 1619

W'"_,.............__.........___-=--=-~-..... 117 I 0 F H -/\ p ;.: I N E s• and fenrentious, yet Man is fUll corrupt, and curfed in his very ground.worke and foundation: you haue no fit expiation for a guilt of fo higha nature; neither haue yeean e~purgacion of fo foule a ·corruption. In· deede, your cbarmes may with their plefc1ntnes bring mans corruption in~o fhorc I flumbei·s , but it awaketh I eft-foones, land rageth as before., yea it neuer ceafeth a continuall oppofition or I auerfion, from and againfi the Creator. Surely , the roote of this corruption lies fal1ned in the grounds ofNature,and Philofophie cannot pull it vp , but it' mufi only bee cured by the · hand