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Page 71 - ... me to make choice of one, I even there declined the liberty he gave, and, to his own election, yielded up my youth. — his tender care, my lord, directed him to you — Our .hands were joined, but...
Page 251 - And fave th' expence of long litigious laws : Where fuits are travers'd ; and fo little won, That he who conquers, is but laft undone: Such are not your decrees ; but fo defign'd, . The...
Page 71 - Lord, direfted him to You — Our Hands were join'd ! but ftill my Heart was wedded to its Folly ! My only Joy was Power, Command...
Page 59 - Lips f wringing of his Hands! and lifting up his Eyes and Voice to Heaven in Prayers to follow her...
Page 63 - But there is an ancient faying,, that, fet a Beggar on Horfeback, and he will ride to the Devil.