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[11] Ascensurus eram, nisi quod. He adds this to satisfy her, that his not venturing with that mariner, was not for want of courage or inclination, but because the conflux of spectators rendered it impossible for him to have been concealed: for he had hitherto kept his passion from the knowledge of his parents.

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