¶Of the inner Sense. Chap. 10.
THE inner vertue is parted in thrée, by thrée diuisions in the braine. For in the braine bée thrée small celles, Page 15 that is to say, the formost in which the vertue Imaginatiua worketh. There those things that the vtter wit compre∣hendeth without, be ordeined and put to∣gethers within, as saith Iob.* The mid∣dle chamber termed Logica: therein the reason sensible or vertue Estimatiua is a maister. The third and the last, which is Memoratiua, the vertue of the mind. That vertue holdeth and kéepeth in the treasure of the minde, and knowne by imagination and reason.