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(1730)
Stone-still, astonish'd with this deadly deed, (1731)

Stood Collatine and all his lordly crew; (1732)

Till Lucrece' father, that beholds her bleed, (1733)

Himself on her self-slaughter'd body threw; (1734)

And from the purple fountain Brutus drew
(1735)
The murderous knife, and, as it left the place, (1736)

Her blood, in poor revenge, held it in chase;

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