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happy by

inioying

imper- ·

fecHon,but that

o~ly

which

is·

perfectly

good, can

~ake

a·man perfectly

happy.

He

mufi

alfo inioy

this

foue-

raigne Good in a perpetui-

tie, elfe the

feare

of Jofing

happine~e,

muflnceds lofe

part

.of

it

before ·it be·loll:;

and

if

hot

[o,

yet

he cannot

bet~rn1e~ happy,~ho

!hall

baue a

ttme

when·bee

lliall

bewithout happindie.And

furely,

if

wee fincle a

foue..

raigne Good which

is

eu~r-

lafiing,it will

befiow

it

feJfe

on vs in

it

owne nature,

e–

uen

euerlafii,ngly.

Lafily,

the beatificall obieet of

Man, mufi bee the moil:

a~

gre~abte

obieel: of his moft

ex~ellent

part. Now> Mans

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B

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·

chiefefi