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they goe wtthout

it

,

ene11 jor

thil

rtafon,hec~uft

theythinke

they

haue

it.

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hauing

it;

6y

their heliife

tht4t

theJ bane

it,

they

ce~fe

ftom

fteking,and

fo

from ftnding

ofth~tf'bieh

md_Y onlJ 6e founJ

6y

feeking.

·

L,/1

thirJfort

is,

of foch

tU

thi~kt

it

enou ..(hto

C(}'f~Jt rtJ~th­

in the

rtatiJ

Dj'h4ppinejfl

,

l111t

c1.re nDt

much

11

faflen

it

or to

·

incrtaje

it,

but

pleA[e

tbem–

ftiMes

in

/ooki~Jg

&Nit,

fir 111e/y-

i»4little

IAjit

Djit.

Jl

U

gD~d

to he

happy,

thty

thinke,but

it

u

notgood to

he

tstJ

hA!PJ

lllitl

·

.

tfltrefore

they will

gl~dfy

traf

ftak~

fo»le

(Npetflu~m

h4ppi

ndfe,for

A

little

foUy

andva–

:

nitie,. To·-A

thtje

(wh;th

ttre

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slTnoj}

aU)

4Yt

the chie(t parts

.

if.thu,

Treatife

dtrt8tJ,

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