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And furnilhed with
Putting him in mind of his CHANGE;
Supporting him under his DISTEMPER;
LAST CONFLICT with DEATH.
NATHANAEL SPINCKES, A. M.
Late Prebendary of SARUM, &c.
Boast not thyself of to-morrow; for thou knowejt not what
a day may bring fortb. Prov. xxvii, 1.
gita. . Senec. Epift. 30.
The Sixth EDITION, CORRECTED,
To which is Prefix'd,
A Short Account of the LIFE of the very
HE first occasion of the ensuing treatise was •
the request of a friend, that I would overlook an old book upon this fubje£t, printed in King James I. reign, and would put it into modern English. Which þaving undertaken, to avoid the tediousness of one continued discourse, without any manner of divifion, I thought it necessary to cast mine into several
parts, that, at the end of each, the reader might bave 4 breatbing-time, and fo proceed to what follows with tbe better appetite. And, in a little time, finding fome texts of Scripture not so properly applied as ought to have been, fome things more largely inffed upon than I apprehend necessary, and many, on the A 2