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(1632)
"For some hard-favour'd groom of thine," quoth he, (1633)

"Unless thou yoke thy liking to my will, (1634)

I'll murder straight, and then I'll slaughter thee (1635)

And swear I found you where you did fulfil (1636)

The loathsome act of lust, and so did kill
(1637)
The lechers in their deed: this act will be (1638)

My fame and thy perpetual infamy."

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