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Dijc1ur[t.

OtujJrt

oftbef<-J

4re

they,

1

ht~t ~ome

hlinde

in–

to

the

world,.

And

fo

giJt

1Nl,

neither

knfJWing,

n~r

&Ari11g,

·· nor asking, whatthty

h•ue

to.

doe here, ntJr

wh4t

is

ehirfty

g~ot1

fer

them

r»h;/e

t~ey

bet

here,nor

whoher

thtre .bet~.ny

tJthtr

plaeefor

tiJem

a;

hen

they

depart hence. Theft

j1r

thu

f~!Dft

f4YI

alt

wh&t

thtJ fee_;

dQne, or what

their

D-a~llt

IMjls

l~iO

haut done

,

And

fo

haNing

(Pent their time

nctording.

to

Cpjlome and Concupi/ee»ee,

t

htJliue

11

flo purpoft,

411d

tlie

to no enJ, for ()ught theJ

k•ow.

J

fteond

fort .

u

D/ ,

.them,

That

tbinke thert

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h4ppi111fi,

•nd a

'IJ ~t1

ltl

it

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.znd whuh

iJ

:more~

they

t.hinke·

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eheJ

h~Ne

it;.

Jtl

all

tbe while

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