München am Meer XXII: Clamabunt ad me, et ego exaudiam
I have read ye by what murky light may be mine the lesson that Jonah teaches to all sinners; and therefore to ye, and still more to me, for I am a greater sinner than ye. And now how gladly would I come down from this mast-head and sit on the hatches there where you sit, and listen as you listen, while some one of you reads me that other and more awful lesson which Jonah teaches to me as a pilot of the living God.
Chapter IX: The Sermon.
Et Propheta: Si laeseritis, inquit, pupillos et viduas, clamabunt ad me, et ego exaudiam, et indignabitur furor meus, percutietque vos gladio, et erunt vxores vestrae viduae, et filij vestri orphani.
Conrad Heresbach: De Educandis Erudiendisque Principum Liberis, De Tutelis. Caput XIIII.,
Frankfurt am Main, 1592, via Camena Projekt.