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[17] Ne nescia peeves. This is an artful insinuation. He would persuade her that he was moved to come in quest of her by a divine impuist; and thus prevail upon her from a principle of religion to favor his addresses; making her believe that a denial in this case would be no less than opposing the will of Heaven.

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