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you have no more to wish for, but
that you may live and practice 'em ;
and it will be to me both a great Sa-
tisfaction and Honour to see my
Work finisht by the same Artist who
put it first into my hands, and
frufted me with the beginning of it.
It will be enough for me that I have
put my hands to such a Master-piece,
and fhall be highly honoured if your
Lordship take notice of my Endea-
vours, and fufficiently Rewarded if
you grant your Protection to him
who has no other Ambition than
to be,
Your Lordships

Most Humble, most
Obedient and most

Devoted Servant,
9. Dela Heuge.

p. 100

Power on Sir Gilbert Gerrard about
a Black-Box. An Obječtion answe-


A Speech against the Bishops Voting in case

of Blood. Lord Coke's Opinion do

gainst it. An Açt of Parliament Good, to

which their Confent is not had. Bishops

no Peers, though Lords of Parlia-

p. 107



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