Quae te per aperta sequartlur. The meaning is: Nunc conveniunt tili quae non dubitent alto et procelloso mari sese committere. Conveniunt tile may either mean veniunt tecum, or placent tili. I prefer the latter, as abundantly more poetical, and having a finer effect. She means to reproach him with his levity, his fondness for vain titles, and a pretended affection that counterfeits to follow through all dangers.
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