Candida. She mentions what she saw and admired in him. His dress, his air, his manner; in a word, every thing about him was full of charms. If he was mounted on horseback, she was delighted with the skill and art of the rider. If he sent forth the flying javelin, she was pleased with his strength and agility. His dress was negligent and graceful, such as became a hero; his looks, whatever they might appear to others, spoke him in her eyes brave and courage, us. This is very natural, and what every one who knows what it is to be in love, has felt.
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