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[67] Firmius £o cupidi. This wish is introduced with great propriety. Hero, after recounting her dreams, and the short unsatisfactory joy they gave, could not conclude in a more natural way, than by expressing her earnest wishes, that those fleeting transitory pleasures might be soon turned into real joys.

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