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< TITLE THE ATHEISTS TRAGEDIE OR THE HONEST MAN'S REUENGE.> <SN ACTUS PRIMI SCENA PRIMA.> <SSD ENTER D'AMUILLE,BORACHIO,ATTENDED.> <Q D'AMUILLE.> I SAW MY NEPHEW CHARLEMONT,BUT NOW PART FROM HIS FATHER.TELL HIM I DESIRE TO SPEAKE WITH HIM. <SSD EXIT SERUANT.> BORACHIO. THOU ART READ IN NATURE AND HER LARGE PHILOSOPHIE. OBSERU'ST THOU NOT THE VERY SELFE SAME COURSE OF REUOLUTION BOTH IN MAN AND BEAST? <Q BOR.> THE SAME.FOR BIRTH,GROWTH,STATE,DECAY AND DEATH: ONELY,A MAN'S BEHOLDING TO HIS NATURE FOR TH'BETTER COMPOSITION O'THE TWO. <Q D'AM.> BUT WHERE THAT FAUOUR OF HIS NATURE,IS NOT FULL AND FREE,YOU SEE A MAN BECOMES A FOOLE,AS LITTLE-KNOWING AS A BEAST. <Q BOR.> THAT SHOWES THERE'S NOTHING IN A MAN,ABOUE HIS NATURE,IF THERE WERE,CONSID'RING T'IS HIS BEINGS EXCELLENCIE,T'WOULD NOT YEELD TO NATURES WEAKENESS. <Q D'AM.> THEN IF DEATH CASTS VP OUR TOTALL SUMME OF IOY AND HAPPINESSE, LET ME HAUE ALL MY SENCES FEASTED IN TH'ABUNDANT FULNESSE OF DELIGHT AT ONCE, AND WITH A SWEET INSEN . . .
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