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Ideal or Intelligible
Being the Relative Part of it.
with relation to Humane Understanding,
By JOHN NORRIS, Rector of Bemerton
İmmensum rerum confecimus æquor,
Exchange ; and W. Hawes, at the Rofe in Ludgate-street,
To the Right Worshipful Sir
Thomas Cookes Winford, of Astly in the County of Worcester, Baronet.
HE Respect that I intend You,
and the real Honour that I do my Self, in prefixing your Name to these Papers, will, I hope, excuse my Prefumption in waiting upon You with.fo mean a Prefent : If not, your own Goodness Iam perswaded will, of which the greatest Commendation that I can give, will be my Reliance upon it. Should You meet with any thing like Entertainment here, I should be well pleased, tho’ I dare not promise You any. You are desired, Sir, to sit down at a Philosophers Table, which does not use to be either very nicely, or very magnificently spread, but whose chief Furni