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The Mythological Picture

lutely a good Thing, when a Man is sometimes the better for being without it. From hence it follows that a Person that has Honesty and Discretion to his Fortune, may make something on’t; But unless he is thus qualified, he is only furnish’d with Edge-Tools to cut his Fingers. To conclude, the overrating these Things is that which disorders Humane Life, and ruins the World; For when People fancy they can't be happy without such Circumstances, they’l boggle at no Wickedness to come at them; And all this Mischief is occasion’d, for want of a right Notion of what is really Good.



The Emperor's Life. Page xcvii. Line 20. dele ever, p. cix. I. 12. Read founded.

In Gataker, p. 13. l. 7. r. then.

In Annotations, p. 21. l. 21. r.furnish'd him, p. 30. l. 10. r. Aboard, p. 87. l. 6. r. squeezed, Ib. Marg. r. Falernus, p. 88. l. 12. r. mightily, p. 96. I. 30. r. World, p.98. l. 25. r. Coarse, p. 101. l. 27. r. absurd, p. 103. l. 15. r. in, Ib. l. 26, r. Repetitions, p. 105. l. 1. r. entertaining, p. 111. l. 30. r. ’twas, p. 112. l. 23. r. to, Ib. l. 26, r. knows, p. 157. l. 1. r. Administration, p. 161. l. 13. r. higher, p. 164. l. 26. r. thing p. 175. l. 21. r. Doctors, p. 177. l. 15. r. his Falsehood, p. 179. l. 27. r. look’d p. 218. l. 23. r. Earthy.

In Cebes p. 247. l. 26. r. favours.