Inspicit. She endeavours to persuade him by arguments, to what she knew he would naturally be averse to. First by raising his curiosity, and making him believe he would find things in it that would be agrecable; then by telling him that it was what an enemy would not refuse; much less ought he whom she loved so tenderly, and who in humanity could not but make some return.
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