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Friday, Septemb. 14. Mane, circa 10. I ſent Emericus to Doctor Curtz his houſe in parva parte : with my commendations ; and to ſay that before, I underſtood of Doctor Hageck Mr. Doctor Curtz his deſire to be ac- quainted with me : whereof I was very glad and desirous : and now I truſt that the Empe- rour his majeſty, by his Authority hath taken order with him whereby to begin our ac- quaintance, and ( God willing ) our perpetual friendſhip. The Doctor was at home, and to Emericus ( ſaying the effect of my meſſage before noted ) the Doctor declared that Captaverat antea varias occasiones mecum contrahende amicitiæ, &c. and that now he is very joyful of the occaſion offered by the Emperours Majeſty : and that this day ſundry affairs did hinder the opportunity of our meeting, but to morrow at any hour ( at my choice ) he would be ready to welcome me to his houſe : and ſo with the uſual phrase of offering all his ſervices to my pleaſure, he ſent Emericus to me with his ſaid Anſwer. Quos Deus conjungit, Homo ne ſeparet. Amen. Quos autem Deus & Cæſar copulat, copulatiſſimi maneant. Amen.