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RICHARD LUCAS, D.D.

Late Prebendary of Westminster.

VOL. I.
Of the Possibility of obtaining HAPPINESS.

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Qui quod tibi parum videtur eruditus, ea causa est quod nullam

Eruditionem effe duxit, nisi quæ Beatæ vitæ Difciplinam juvaret.
Cic. de Finib. Bonor. & Mal.

The Sixth Edition.

LONDON
Printed for R. GOSLING, in Fleetstreet; W.

INNYs and R. MAN BY, at the West - End
of St. Paul's; and T. LONGMAN, in Pater-
Nofter-Row, MDCCXXXIV,

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To my WOR TH Ý FR I É N D

Mr. WILLIAM POWELL, RECTOR of Llan-Wennarth, &c.

My DEAR FRIEND,
VTHOM neither thy prosperity

nor my affliction has ever di-
vided from me; it has ever

been your good fortune (and your mind has ever been better than your fortune) from the first day of our friendship, to stand upon the higher ground, and to have always been doing kindnesses, and never needed any. I will confess, if you will pardon me, that I have sometimes secretly repin’d at this your good luck, and envy'd the honour and the pleasure which this advantage gave you: and can you blame me, since it excluded me from a share in one of the most ravishing delights of

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