Rous - Houston-Packer Collection BV4647.J68 R69 1619

and all thy imaginarie feli- · cities into nothing, euen in– to that which fuch felicities · do nothingconcerne. Sure– ly, whatfoeuer titles thou ball inioyed , wbatfoeuer pleafures thou hall: tailed I) whatfoeuer riches thou hafi: 'poffeffed,\Vhatfoeuer plots or inuentions thou haft co– triued or~onceiued, Death , cuts them wholly from thee, or thee from them ; there is no more relation betweene you, n~ither doe they any longer concerne thee. Th~refore in regard of 'all outward things, bath · - there beene a iuft out-crie: Wh2t ren1ayneth to Man of all his works vnder the Sunne ?The dufi of ~1an harh