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[88] Amo. Love is fertile in expedients to attract the notice of the object beloved. The reader is highly pleased with observing the manner and ingenuity of Paris, and the notice taken of it by Helen was a sure sign both that she had remarked it with pleasure and that it had not been without effect.

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