2 a Before thou come to a continual miserie: for when the cloudes remaine after the raine, mans grief is increased.
3 d The tethe.
3 b The hands, which kepe the bodie.
3 c The legs.
4 g When the chawes shal scarse open & not be able to chewe no more.
4 h He shal not be able to slepe.
4 i That is, the winde pipes, on the eares shal be deafe & not able to heare singing.
5 k To climbe hie because of their weakenes, or thei stoupe downe, as thogh they were afraid lest anie thing shulde hit them.
5 l Thei shal tremble as thei go, as thogh they were afraied.
5 m Their head shal be as whites as the blossomes of an almonde tre.
5 n thei shal be able to beare nothing.
6 r Meaning, the liuer.
6 s Which is the head.
6 o Meaning the marowe of the backe bone & the sinewes.
6 t That is, the heart, out of the which the head draweth the powers of life.
6 p The litle skine that couereth the braine, which is in colour like gold.
7 u The soule incontinently ether goeth to joy or torment, & slepeth not as the wicked imagine.
11 x Which are well applied by the ministers whome he calleth masters.
11 y That is, by God.
12 z These things can not be comprehended in bokes, or learned by studie, but god must instruct the heart that you maiest onely knowe that wisdome is the true felicitie, & the way thereunto is to feare God.