48 thriftineffe, but in no wife it can be applyed to foot- ing. And here you fe that halfe oure tyme, graunted to all other thinges in a maner both good and ill, is at one Iwappe quite taken awaye from moting. Now let vs go forward, and fe how moche of halfe this tyme of ours is fpent in moting. The hole yere is deuided into, iiii. partes, Spring tyme, Somer, faule of the leafe, and winter wherof the whole winter, for the roughneffe of it, is cleane taken away from moting : except it be one day amonges. xx. or one yeare amonges. xl. In Somer, for the feruent heate, a man maye faye likewyfe: except it be fomtyme agaynH night Now then fpring tyme and faule of the leafe be thofe which we abufe in moting. But if we con- fider how mutable and chaungeable the wether is in thofe feafons, and howe that Ariftotle him felfe fayth, that moofle parte of rayne fauleth in thefe two tymes : we mall well perceyue, that where a man wolde mote one daye, he mall be fayne to leaue of. iiii. Now when tyme it felfe graunteth vs but a litle fpace to mote in, lette vs fe if moting be not hindered amonges all kyndes of men as moche otherwayes. Firft, yong children vfe not, yong men for feare of them whom they be vnder to moche dare not: fage men for other greater bufmeffes, wyll not: aged men for lacke of ftrengthe, can not: Ryche men for couetoufneffe fake, care not: poore men for coft and charge, may not: maflers for their houfholde keping, hede not: feruauntes kept in by their maifters very oft, mall not: craftes men for getting of their lyuing, verye moche leyfure haue not: and many there be that oft beginnes, but for vnaptneffe proues not: and mooflof all,whiche when theybemoters gyueitouerand lyfte not, fo that generallye men euerye where for one or other confideration moche moting vfe not. Ther- fore thefe two thinges, flrayteneffe of tyme, and euery man his trade of liuing, are the caufes that fo fewe men motes : as you maye fe in this greate towne, where as there be a thoufande good mens bodies, yet fcarfe, x.