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How Re, the chief of judgment deem'd profound^ For litddess love was crazed upon a time*-'' " There is a great deal of i V* said she, j^ancing along the paper, and interrupting the sweetest sounds which mortal ears can dtink in, — those of a youthful poefs verses, namely, fead by tlie lips which arc dearest to them. Miss Vernon,'' said I, something mortified ; and I took the verses from her imreluctant hand — ** and yet,'* I continued, ment was wont to give champiims dbu Me courage at the hour of need i *^ and to the timid an4 hesitating every thing is impos- sible, because it seems so.** '■ ^' And what would you advise, Miss Ver- non ?
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