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·To

MAN.

naturaJ/ men)

t~

gre11t

·

w!fo·

rlome

i11 the

M•tler

~&nJ

Forme

of

the Cre4tNres,

And not

,tiJ

ackntJwledge a

gre1-t

wifodome

likewi(e in the

End

of the-->

Crt4turu

;

that be which

11Jade

euery

thing

fo

orderly

in

hu

parts,

jh&!J/d

m

a~

e.

a

c~nfufion

,

i11

the whole; a·ndthat he rvho

hath made

fo

excellent things

-

~

for M

A11

,

Jhoultl

~Ake

M4n

for hiftnef!e, vanitie, andmi–

forie• .Therefore 1

t~ought

it

mofllikely and

fo/t,

to heleeue

that. the Cre4/pr had

n11

fiy-–

led in hiJ

Cre~Jiion,but

that the

cre4ttwt

had

erred ftom the

.

c#urflandfccpe of hiJ Creotti·

_

on,andthat

M1.n

bJfomefault

~r

his

owne)

w

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zone

out ()

.

the rGay,_hoth _in regard

if

im-

.

plr;yment

·andhappine s; which

two ,