Ausus es amplecti. She puts him in mind of his soft insinuating way at parting, and the hopes he had raised in her of seeing him again. The poet hed a fine imagination, and was singularly happy in depicting all the tender and affecting circumstances of a story. 'You hung upon my neck, and almost stifled me with your embraces: you even blamed the winds for being so favourable, and charged me to expect you back soon.'
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