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THe Dedication of this Work^ having been made by the Autbcr to the Divine Majesty only, how should roe new presume to interest any mortal man in the patronage es it? Much left thinks we it meet to seek, the recommendation of the Muses, for that which himself was confident to have been inspired by a diviner breath thin flows from Helicon. The world therefore fliaU receive it in that nakfd fimplicity, with which be left it, without any addition either of support or ornament, more than is ineluded in it self. Wi leave it free and unforestalled to every mans judgment, and to the benefit that he shall ftnde by perusal. Onely for the clearing of some passages, we have thought » not unfit to make the common Reader privy to some fow particularities of the condition and difrof«ion of the Person.
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