England's Great Happiness
England's Great Happiness; or a Dialogue Between Content and Complaint Wherein Is demonstrated that a great part of our Complaints are causeless. And we have more Wealth now, than ever we had at any time before the Restauration of his sacred Majestie. By a real and hearty Lover of his King and Countrey. Say not thou, What is the cause of that the former daies were better than these? for thou dost not enquire wisely concerning this. Eccl. 7, 10
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