Rous - Houston-Packer Collection BV4647.J68 R69 1619

are fo often left to a foolifh fonne, who is letfe ktn toa truewifeman, then an ho– nefi firanger;that fomtimes theyare left to afonne,that isno fonne, and fometin1es left, and there. is not are~ cond to enioy them. How.. foeuer, left they mufl: bee, euen all thi!Jgswherin thou · hail: fhewed thy felfe wife and induftrious, and that to fome who laboured not in rhem, to fome whom thou knowefl: not, after two or threegenerations; &there– fore knowefl: not, whether 'chey lhalbe wife or foolilh, whether they fha] 1perform thy purpofes and defires with thy fubfhtnce; yea, I whether they fhall turne it - into -----.~