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Poem by Thomas Urquhart
Epigrams. The Third Booke. № 30. That nothing more opposeth the tranquillity of life, which is proper, and peculiar to Wise-men, then to be tyed to a generality of publicke example in all our actions
AMongst the causes of our evils, this Is one of the most ordinary, that We live b'example: things which are amisse Supplying oftentimes the place of what Is rightest, and most vertuous: for there's no man (Scarce) holds that error, which is done in comon.
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