1 b The publike estate of the commune welth.
1 ! He shewth that the whole estate of the worlde, bothe domestical and political standeth by Gods mere prouidence and blessing.
2 d Ether that which is gotten by hard labour, or eaten with grief of minde.
2 e Not exempting them from labour, but making their labours comfortable, and as it were a rest.
4 f That is, indued with strength & vertues from God: for these are signes of Gods blessings, & not the nomber.
5 g Suche children shalbe able to stop their aduersaries mouthes, when their godlie life is maliciously accused before judges.