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[87] Cephalus. The story of Aurora and Cephalus we have already given in a note to a former Epistle. We shall only here take notice of the manner of Sappho, who seems to be emboly bewitched with Phaen's charms: she thinks them irresistible, and such as even the deities would not be able to withstand.

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