3 edition of The ready way to get riches: or The poor man"s counsellor found in the catalog.
The ready way to get riches: or The poor man"s counsellor
1681 by printed by H. Brugis for W. Thackery at the Angel in Duck-lane in [Lond]on .
Written in English
|Other titles||Ready way to get riches, Poor man"s counsellor|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1952:3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
He was born and raised on the Caribbean twin island of Trinidad and Tobago. Plato in setting forth the golden age under Saturne, amongst the chiefe advantages that man had then, reporteth the communication he had with beasts, of whom enquiring and taking instruction, he knew the true qualities and differences of every one of them: by and from whom he got an absolute understanding and perfect wisedome, whereby he led a happier life than we can doe. Revelation2. Our forefathers used to have it bare, and our ladies as dainty-nice as they be are many times seene to goe open-breasted, as low as their navill. The Oxen, which in the Kings gardens of Susa were taught to water them and to draw water out of deepe wells, turned certaine great wheeles, to which were fastned great buckets as in many places of Languedoke is commonly seene and being every one appointed to draw just a hundred turnes a day, they were so accustomed to that number as it was impossible by any compulsion to make them draw one more, which taske ended they would suddenly stop. In such sort as what we speake we must first speake it unto our selves, and before we utter and send the same forth to strangers we make it inwardly to sound unto our eares.
Their varied colors make a design as rich as an Oriental rug. He had holy anger at their ignorance, especially their inability to defend and justify God Job Sudden courage, anger. But because amongst many strokes which our eyes, ears, and other organs receive from external bodies, the predominant only is sensible; therefore the light of the sun being predominant, we are not affected with the action of the stars. But if the motives of gratitude fail of persuading us, we should at least consider that our interest is very deeply concerned in this matter.
Whereof the former signifies that which by some apparent signs promiseth good; and the latter, that which promiseth evil. It may indeed be that the creature is permitted to go on in rebellion; and thus no direct evidence is given of the supremacy of God. Let us now but consider man alone without other help, armed but with his own weapons, and unprovided of the grace and knowledge of God, which is all his honour, all his strength, and all the ground of his being. The errour of Paganisme and the ignorance of our sacred truth, was the cause of this great soules-fall: but onely great in worldly greatnes; also in this next abuse, which is, that children and old men are found to be more susceptible or capable of religion, as if it were bred and had her credit from our imbecillitie. Warren, [a little altered —tg] Books, too, begin like the week — with a day of rest in memory of their creation.
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The errour of Paganisme and the ignorance of our sacred truth, was the cause of this great soules-fall: but onely great in worldly greatnes; also in this next abuse, which is, that children and old men are found to be more susceptible or capable of religion, as if it were The ready way to get riches: or The poor mans counsellor book and had her credit The ready way to get riches: or The poor mans counsellor book our imbecillitie.
He "presents us daily with the blessing" of His goodness, prolonging our lives and vouchsafing many favours to us. Contempt of little helps, and hindrances, magnanimity. Its handclasp is warm Woodberry God be thanked for books! And if it be so that he alone, above all other creatures, hath this liberty of imagination and this licence of thoughts which represent unto him both what is and what is not, and what him pleaseth, falsehood and truth; it is an advantage bought at a very high rate, and whereof he hath little reason to glorie: for thence springs the chiefest source of all the mischiefs that oppresse him, as sinne, sicknesse, irresolution, trouble and despaire.
I found the conceits of the author to be excellent, the contexture of his worke well followed, and his project full of pietie. The same, with fear that the love is not mutual, jealousy.
Or who hath first given to him, and it shall be recompensed unto him again? This endeavour, when it is toward something which causes it, is called appetite, or desire, the latter being the general name, and the other oftentimes restrained to signify the desire of food, namely hunger and thirst.
For if I should not believe all that is written by historians of the glorious acts of Alexander or Caesar, I do not think the ghost of Alexander or Caesar had any just cause to be offended, or anybody else but the historian. For let a space be never so little, that which is moved over a greater space, whereof that little one is part, must first be moved over that.
She began dreaming again, wrote and published her first book and shares her journey with anyone that would like to overcome their own challenges in life. Also because whatsoever, as I said before, we conceive has been perceived first by sense, either all at once, or by parts, a man can have no thought representing anything not subject to sense.
And if not at all times, no more doth she unto beasts; witnesse the provision wee see the ants and other silly creatures to make against the cold and barren seasons of the yeare.
For this world is a most holy temple, into which man is brought there to behold statues and images not wrought by mortall hand, but such as the secret thought of God hath made sensible, as the Sunne, the Starres, the Waters and the Earth, thereby to represent the intelligible unto us.
Proverbs The lazy do not roast any game, but the diligent feed on the riches of the hunt. And even of those men themselves that in councils of the Commonwealth love to show their reading of politics and history, very few do it in their domestic affairs where their particular interest is concerned, having prudence enough for their private affairs; but in public they study more the reputation of their own wit than the success of another's business.
To consider the incorruptible life of the celestiall bodies, their beauty, greatnesse, and agitation, continued with so just and regular a course. And hence it cometh to pass that it is a hard matter, and by many thought impossible, to distinguish exactly between sense and dreaming.
But at last they found she was but in a deep study and dumpish, retracting into herself, exercising her minde, and preparing her voice to represent the sound, and expresse the noise of the Trumpets she had heard.
He with his owne venome infecteth the innocent matter. And their teddy bears and badgers and brave tin soldiers talked!
And my selfe have seene some fish-ponds where at a certaine crie of those that kept them, the fish would presently come to shoare, where they were wont to be fed.
No man can know by discourse that this, or that, is, has been, or will be; which is to know absolutely: but only that if this be, that is; if this has been, that has been; if this shall be, that shall be; which is to know conditionally: and that not the consequence of one thing to another, but of one name of a thing to another name of the same thing.
Prophecy indicates the return of Jesus is sooner than anyone expects.And secondly, For that although the principle of keeping the people poor, that never knew what riches were, may be practised, it is dan∣gerous to adventure to reduce a people to such a condition, that have known the comfort of plenty, and been used to a full way of living, as the revolt of the Low-Countries is a sufficient in∣dication thereof.
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