Uila parte dolente. If Acontius was the cause of any disaster to Cydippe, he would easily persuade her that he has so purely by accident. He intended no more than to secure her to himself. Her own disregard of her vow had occasioned that illness, of which he suffered all the anguish in the most sensible manner.
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