CONJUNCTIONS. But sometimes ambiguousBut thus varying between an adversative and an exceptional force causes many ambiguities. Thus:
Here but means "without," or "instead of, cherishing you."
“Whenever Buckingham doth turn his hate
On you and yours, but with all duteous love
Doth cherish you and yours, God punish me.
i.e. "without kissing your hands."
“You salute not at the court but you kiss your hands.