Rous - Houston-Packer Collection BV4647.J68 R69 1619

14 \T RE A lt T E culars and Maftcrwpieces of the world, andfo triewhe· tber.any part c~n beebetter then the whole;or whether anypart can bee free from that Law vnder which the whole is concluded. And fure1y, ifthe bert parts of theworld beingexamined, be found to bevanitie, and theirail1es nothing; the in– feriour parts mufl)fit were poflible, bee an extremcr kinde of nothing. ·And though many Volumes handling thefe things, haue almofl: preuented thefe lat– ter ages ofany new matter, truth in the fame thing, be– ing frill the fame; yet, he· caufe truth is infinite in la- , . ticude and largeneffe, and , all