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But now he throws that shallow habit by, (1815)

Wherein deep policy did him disguise; (1816)

And arm'd his long-hid wits advisedly, (1817)

To check the tears in Collatinus' eyes. (1818)

'Thou wronged lord of Rome,' quoth he, 'arise:
Let my unsounded self, supposed a fool, (1820)

Now set thy long-experienced wit to school.

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