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... she receive it in gree of me, her faithful, true, and most humble servant, etc.
Epilogue to Book III Thus end I this book, which I have translated after mine
Author as nigh as God hath given me cunning, to whom be given the laud and
... he hath unto all ladies and gentlewomen, he thought that Socrates spared the
sooth and wrote of women more than truth ; which I cannot think that so true a
man and so noble a philosopher as Socrates was should write otherwise than
... shall it be worth?" "Forsooth," said he, "if I do my true diligence in the cure of my
parishioners in preaching and teaching, and do my part longing to my cure, I
shall have heaven therefore; and if their souls be lost, or any of them by my
Then he said he knew a book which his father had and much loved, that was very
true and according utrto his own first book by him made; and said more, if I would
imprint it again he would get me the same book for a co,l>y, howbeit he wist ...
And for to pass the time this book shall be pleasant to read in; but for to give faith
and believe that all is true that is contained herein, ye be at your liberty. But all is
written for our doctrine, and for to beware that we fall not to vice ne sin, but to ...
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