1 a He maketh here another discours with him self concerning the tyrannie of them that oppressed the poore.
1 ! The innocents are oppressed.
3 c He speaketh according to the judgements of the flesh, which can not abide to fele, or se troubles.
4 ! Mans labours are ful of abuse and vanitie.
9 f Forasmuche as when man is alone, he can nether helpe him self nor others, he sheweth that men oght to liue in mutual societie, to the intent thei may be profitable one to another, & that their things may encrease.
14 i Meaning, that is borne a King.
15 k Which follow, & flatter the Kings sonne, or him that shal succede: to enter into credit with them in hope of gaine.
16 l They neuer cease by all meanes to crepe into fauour: but when the obteine not their greadie desires, they thinke them selues abused, as other haue bene in time past, and so care no more for him.
17 n Meaning, of the wicked, which thinke to please God with ceremonies and haue nether faith nor repentance.