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Fernelius lib.i.cap.18 . but the common cause is overmuch study ; puts Study , contemplation , and continuall too much learning ( as Festus told Paul ) " meditation , as an especiall cause of mad- hath made thee mad ; ' tis that other ...
If the cause were justly exwill be so irreligious , to bring up his sonne amined , it would be retorted upon our in that course of life , which by all prob- selves , if we were cited at that Tribunall ability and necessity , cogit ad ...
I contemplated by man : ' tis the debt of our beene as curious in the enquiry of this reason wee owe unto God , and the hom- cause as he was of the other , hee had not age wee pay for not being beasts ; without left behinde him an ...
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