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diseases of the times or, the distempers of the common-wealth

John Taylor

diseases of the times or, the distempers of the common-wealth

by John Taylor

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A continual Parlament, he thought, would keep the Common-wealth in tune. Judge, Common wealth, what proofs he gave, that this boasted profession was ever in his thought. Some, saith he, gave out, that I repented me of that setling Act. His own actions gave it out beyond all supposition. If one shall aquire that Gaine or Profit, Wages or Stripend of the King or Nobleman, Generall or Common-wealth, Lieutenant-Generall, or any great Person which be Expects.

The same power which gagged the confession also bade the demon relinquish his prey. One wild paroxysm—and the sufferer was for ever free." See Edersheim, Life and Times of Jesus, book iii., chap. xiv., for a thoroughly reverent and learned discussion of this difficult subject. V. Lewistown gazette. [volume] (Lewistown, Pa.) , Octo , Image 4, brought to you by Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.

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The diseases of the times, or, The distempers of the common-wealth: succinctly describing each particular disease wherin the kingdome is troubled: contracted into these heads viz. the immedicable tumour of faction: 2.

the strange diffusuion of Brownianisme: 3. the stupendeous inundation of heresie: 4. the desperate swelling of obstinacy: 5. the dangerous disease of feminine divinity. Taylor, John, The diseases of the times, or, The distempers of the common-wealth succinctly describing each particular disease wherin the kingdome is troubled: contracted into these heads viz.

the immedicable tumour of faction: 2. the strange diffusuion of Brownianisme: 3. the stupendeous inundation of heresie: 4. the. The rhetoric underpinning his project, the ‘Cure of Some Scabs, Gangreeves and Cancers Indangering the Bodie of this Common-Wealth’, is discussed at greater length in Chapter 4 of this book.

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A temperate Diet frees from Diseases; such are seldom ill, but if they are surprised with Sickness, they bear it better, and recover sooner; for most Distempers have their Original from Repletion.

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