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[51] Gemitus dolor edere cogit. We have here a strong picture of Canace's distress, at the time mentioned; urged by contrary and powerful motives, pain on the one hand, and shame on the other, she endeavoured to suppress an anguish, which it was not yet in her power wholly to stifle.

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