What you tell me in your first concerning Eugenius his designe, saying that I do not suspect him of much judgement, I should scarce believe to be true. But he may do what he please. I shall take no notice of it, no more than I did of his last. If he gett anything by his rayling or any body els much good may it do them. I have no more to say to him then I have sayd already. I should not have thought him worth the saying anything to had I not the designe, though I directed my sport to him, to admonish others of their fanaticalness and folly.