It is good to set before us, the incommodities
and commodities of usury, that the good, may be either weighed out or culled out; and warily to provide, that while we make forth to that which is better, we meet not with that which is worse.
Here, too, comes his owner, cheerful, sombre, gracious or in the sulks, accordingly as his scheme of the now accomplished voyage has been realized in merchandise that will readily be turned to gold, or has buried him under a bulk of incommodities
such as nobody will care to rid him of.
generally cannot be said to admit one only sort of pronunciation, action, or gesture, because although we intend for example to induce our auditors to love God, to obey their prince, etc., yet reason requireth, and art prescribeth, that our probations be often grounded upon contraries, incommodities
, disgraces, punishments, and divers inconveniences which would ensue upon the want and defect thereof; and therefore in every part and period the nature and quality of the affection must rule and moderate the voice and action.
According to Thomas Adams, she was also "patiently and quietly to bear the incommodities
of her husband: to dissemble, cloak, hide and cover the faults and vices of her husband" (in Aughterson 29).