Life eternall or, A treatise of the knowledge of the divine essence and attributes Delivered in XVIII. sermons. By the late faithfull and worthy minister of Iesus Christ, Iohn Preston, D. in Divinity, chaplaine in ordinary to his Majestie, master of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, and sometimes preacher of Lincolns Inne.
Preston, John, 1587-1628., Ball, Thomas, 1589 or 90-1659., Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680.
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ERRATA.

Part. 1. Page 50, line 2, blot out all. p: 53, l: 17, for nicurus read Nisurus. p: 56, l: 15, r: in such a manner. p: 59, l: 27, for this argument r: themselves. p: 62, l: 21, blot out ven p: 6, l. 18, for where r: when▪ p. 71, l: 28, for the r: this. p: 80, l: 10, blot out but p: 86, l: 9, for device; r: Divines. p: 87, l: 8, for Esay's r: Asa's. p: 88, l: 4, for head r: hand. p: 97, l: 28, for place r: phras p: 108, l: 5, blot out upon. p: 109, l: 9; for at r: o p: 121, l. 25, for you r: them; p: 128, l. 12, for Isay 56, 17; r. Deut. 6, 24; p. 129, l: 1 for in r: t, l: 10, for, for that r▪ such in the margent, for entitling r: exalting; p 143, l. 15 for and r, as; p. 145, l: 3, for filled r: fitted; p: 149, l. 17, for all r. ought; p. 150. l. ult. for measure r, manner: p: 164, l 16 for, dlace, rplace p: 165, l: 26, for behold r. beloved; p. 167 l. 10, blot out and no more p 173, l 30, begin Vse 5, at Seeing God, &c.

Part. 2. Page 21. line ult read, to the nature of a spirit. p 42, l , r. were no God p 44 l 11, for out of a conceit, r. without deceit; p. 50, l. 19 for some r something; p▪ 53, l. 22, for or r and; p 62, l: 29, for miscarriage r. dissembling; p. 65, l 12, for thing r. meanes; p 72, l. 12, for will not be, r. is not; p 76, l 13, for seemes r is sayd; p 80, l. 18, for eternity r tymes; p 105, l 22, r, it hath it; p, 118, l, 116, for nothing r, no other desire; p, 119, l, 6, for caseth r, causeth; p, 120, l, 8, for suspect r, expect, p, 122, l, 1, for all this while r, otherwise; p, 12, l, 29, r, of the maker; p, 123, l, 7, for handles r, did handle; p, 133, l, 3, for feares r, favours, p, 138, l, 3, for if God was great r, though God were great, p, 142, l, 2, for losse, r, enduring; p, 144, l, 15, for an ordinate r, coordinate; p, 147, l, 14 r, infinitenesse of, &c, p, 148, l, 24, for quality r, quantity; p, 149, l, 24, for and r, or; p, 151, l, 24, for governours r, go•••nment, p, 14, l, 10 for need r, reason p, 169, l, 7, for a glasse r, of glase p, 170. l, 14, r no man; p, 10, l, 22, for then, r, them, p, 181, l, 5, for as large as the obiect r, of equall largenes, p. 182, l, , for not worke, r, doth not worke. p, 186, l, 9, for proportionable for its end r, apo••td for the effect as its end; p, 195, l, 14, for man r, many, p, 18, l, 17, for his power is r, it is, p, 201, l 18 for as it r, as if it. p. 203, l. 14, for is farre better than to indure, r. will farre exceed the enduring.

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