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(841)
'Yet am I guilty of thy honor's wrack; (842)

Yet for thy honour did I entertain him; (843)

Coming from thee, I could not put him back, (844)

For it had been dishonor to disdain him: (845)

Besides, of weariness he did complain him,
(846)
And talk'd of virtue: O unlook'd-for evil, (847)

When virtue is profaned in such a devil!

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