Quid valeam, nescis. Paris forgets nothing that might serve in any manner to quiet Helen's doubts, and remove all her scruples. After shewing her by a variety of examples, that there was little probability of any attempt to recover her, he tells her, that were even this to happen, he has strength and power to defend her, and that such an accident, far from bringing any infamy upon herself, would tend highly to her glory.
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