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OF

HAPPfNES.

a tr,.an fitorie and narrow

acluancement.He that pro·

pofethforanEnd,a feeming

gondJ but a reall etiill, may

by

attaynirig,

puffe vp

his

imagination, but fi1all

fub–

flantia1ly

le1fen

and

ruine

himfelfe. But bee that fets

before hima

Marke

&:

.End

true1y

.and perfetlly good,

by

atrayning

it,

{hall make

himfelfe trrily and perfect·

ly happy,

and the more

happy

in

degree_s , as in

more

degr-ees

hee doth en–

iov

it.

Bur, amidft the infi-

.nite

changes of things {ee· -

mingly

good , how !hall

man finde out that

ane

t-hing which is

truely

and

' perfecrly

good~

It

is indeed

an in1preffion of

Me1ns

na-

. ture,

3

'

Jl

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