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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 2, line 676 (search)
ou for thy hire This faire yong Bullocke. Tother tooke the Bullocke at his hand, And shewing him a certaine stone that lay upon the lande, Sayd, go thy way: Assoone this stone thy doings shall bewray, As I shall doe. So Mercurie did seeme to go his way. Annon he commes me backe againe, and altred both in speche And outward shape, saide: Countrieman Ich heartely bezeche, And if thou zawest any kie come royling through this grounde, Or driven away, tell what he was and where they may be vownde. And I chill gethee vor thy paine an Hecfar and hir match. The Carle perceyving double gaine, and greedy for to catch, Sayde: Under yon same hill they were, and under yon same hill Cham zure they are, and with his hand he poynted thereuntill. At that Mercurius laughing saide: False knave: and doste bewray Me to my selfe? doste thou bewray me to my selfe I say? And with that word strayt to a stone he turnde his double heart, In which the slaunder yet remaines without the stones desart.