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But Learning's felf is honour'd by thy Name* Thou ftudieft not belief to introduce O f Novelties, more fit for (hew than u fe ; Butthink’fi: it nobler Charity t’uphold The credit and the Beauty o f the old And with one hand canft eafily fupport Learning and Law, a Temple and a Court. And thisfecuresme : for as we below Valleys from Hills, Houfes from Churches know, But to their fight who ftand extreamly high, Thefe forms will have one flat Equality : So from a lower Soul I well might fear A cricickcenfurc when furvey’d too near But not from him who plac’d above the beft Lives in a height which levels all the reft.