Excerpt from Natural Magick: In Twenty Books
Another Frenchman who unworthily reviled all the Learned men of his Age, ' joyns me amongfl them, and holds, that onely three Phyfitians, that are his Friends, are Praife-worthy as the mofl Learned of all men of our Times 5 and amongft them he reckons up himfelf 5 for the Book as puhlzjhed in his Name it as a wonder what Inventions that man hath found out to win praifi', who having no man to commend him, nor is he worth commendations yet he hath undertaken to commend 'him filf. I pa ﬂ over at er men of the f ame temper who afiirm that I am a Witch and a Conjurer, whereas I never Writ here nor elf where, what is not contain'd within thehounds 9f Nature.
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