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So as human philosophy is either simple and particular, or conjugate and civil.
Humanity particular oonsisteth of the same parts whereof man oonsisteth ; that is,
of knowledges which respect the body, and of knowledges that respect the mind.
Francis Bacon. lineaments of the body do disclose the disposition and inclination
of the mind in general ; but the motions of the countenance and parts do not only
so, but do further disclose the present humour and state of the mind and will.
of the mind are submitted unto upon the state and disposition of the body. And if
any man of weak judgement do conceive that this suffering of the mind from the
body doth either question the immortality, or derogate from the sovereignty of the
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Appointed Lord Chancellor January 4 16178
Sentence of the House of Lords May 3 1621
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