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Poem by Thomas Urquhart
Epigrams. The First Booke. № 13. Who is not satisfied with his owne fortune, how great soever it be, is miserable
THough the Septemvirat of Dutch Electors Inaugurat him Caesar: and each one Extoll his valour above that of Hectors: In wit, and wealth surpassing Salomon; Yet if he proudly soare a higher pitch: He's neither mighty, valiant, wise, nor rich.
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