Rous - Houston-Packer Collection BV4647.J68 R69 1619

30 THE .AllTE doe pleafures die in inioy– •ng'?Their end .deuoureth their beginning:their back– lide is more lothfome then rheirfaceis pleafant. They chat arepaft, haue not fatis–; they that are to come, will beebut-the, and lhall not fatisfie. 'There is nothing left.of the former, neither fhall there beofthe latter, but·all arc bounded within one and the fam~ v:~nitie. Againe, pJeafures neuer fiand f}iH, but while theyb~e, theybee letTening &going to nothing.There– fore of laughter it may bee faid, Thou art ~ad, andof pleafure, What is it that thou doefl:? And furely , if ,·we could obtayne a co.nti... · nued