28. Such is now become our Delicacy, that we will not eat ordinary Meat, nor drink small, palld1 Liquor; we must have the best, and the best cookd for our Bodies, while our Souls feed on empty or corrupted Things.
29. In short, Man is spending all upon a bare House, and hath little or no Furniture within to recommend it; which is preferring the Cabinet before the Jewel, a Lease of seven Years before an Inheritance. So absurd a thing is Man, after all his proud Pretences to Wit and Understanding.