Pars haec una mihi. Hermione, after giving a detail of her disasters, observes, that there was one point in which she accounted herself happy, and that was the being espoused to Orestes; and yet even here, as if the Fates had decreed that her life should be uniform, she was like to meet with strong opposition; nor could Orestes in any other way maintain his right to her, but by the sword.
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