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(519)
'So thy surviving husband shall remain (520)

The scornful mark of every open eye; (521)

Thy kinsmen hang their heads at this disdain, (522)

Thy issue blurr'd with nameless bastardy: (523)

And thou, the author of their obloquy,
(524)
Shalt have thy trespass cited up in rhymes, (525)

And sung by children in succeeding times.

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