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And he said that there is none so great empechement unto a man as ignorance
and women. And he saw a woman that bare fire, of whom he said that the hotter
bore the colder. And he saw a woman sick, of whom he said that the evil resteth ...
... is of ignorance and against my will; and submit it wholly of such as can and
may, to correct it, humbly beseeching them so to do, and in so doing they shall
deserve a singular laud and merit; and I shall pray for them unto Almighty God
that He ...
Then to the end that this said book may profit unto the hearers of it, I beseech
Almighty God that I may achieve and accomplish it unto his laud and glory, and to
the erudition and learning of them that be ignorant, that they may thereby profit
To whom I said, in case that he could get me su<h a book, true and correct, yet I
would once endeavour me fto imprint it again for to satisfy the author, whereas
before by ignorance I erred in hurting and defaming his book in divers places, ...
Then I pray all them that shall read in this little treatise to hold me for excused for
the translating of it, for I acknowledge myself ignorant of cunning to emprise on
me so high and noble a work. But I pray Master John Skelton, late created poet ...
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