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[91] An pars est fraudis. This is much the same with what the poet has before made Phyllis say, in his Epistle to Demophoon: “Credidimus lacrymis: an et hae simulate docentar?
Hae quoque habeat artes, quaque iubener eunt?

We have there taken putieular notice of the natural turn and beauty of the sentiment.

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