Ars Notoria: The Notory Art of Solomon by Robert Turner, Benjamin Rowe
By Robert Turner, Benjamin Rowe
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How the fifth Oration of Theology ought to be rehearsed upon these Orations. There is also something else to be said of the four other liberal Arts; if you would have the perfe knowledge of them, make the first Oration of Theology before you 29 say the Orations of the other Notes. These are sufficiently declared, that you might understand and know them; And let the the capitular Orations be pronounced before the several Notes of every Art, and kept as is determined, &c. These are the Augmentations of the Orations, which belong to all Arts, liberal and exceptive, except Mechanick, and are especially ascribed to the Notes of Theology.
Let this Oration following be said, before the second Note of Rhetorick Vision; beholding with thy eternal conspiration all Powers, Kingdoms and Judges, Administering all manner of Languages to all, and of whose power there is no end; restore I beseech thee, and increase my Memory, my heart and understanding, to know, understand, and judge all things which thy Divine Authority commendeth necessary in this art, perfe ly fulfill them in me, Amen. Let this Oration following, with the precedent, be rehearsed before the second Note of Rhetorick.
These are sufficiently declared, that you might understand and know them; And let the the capitular Orations be pronounced before the several Notes of every Art, and kept as is determined, &c. These are the Augmentations of the Orations, which belong to all Arts, liberal and exceptive, except Mechanick, and are especially ascribed to the Notes of Theology. And they are thus to be pronounced, that whensoever you look into any one Note of any Art, and would profit therein, say these Orations following.