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“1691” because the troubles began before March 25.


Literally, “the fresh-made pot will long retain the odor in which once 'tis steeped.” The line is from Horace.


Literally, “nothing is surer than what out of doubt is made sure.”


“Into Scylla falls he who tries to keep clear of Charybdis.”


See above, p. 304, note 3.


Saducismus Triumphatus was the name given Glanvill's book in the enlarged edition (1681) brought out after the author's death by Henry More. In later impressions the word becomes Sadducismus. As to Glanvill, see above, p. 5.