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Strana 184 - The devil was sick, the devil a monk would be ; The devil was well, the devil a monk was he.
Strana 48 - Each neighb'ring youth afpir'd to gain her hand. And many a fuitor came from many a land. But all in vain each neighb'ring youth afpir'd, And diftant fuitors all in vain admir'd. Averfe to hear, yet fearful to offend, The lover fhe refus'd me made a friend : Her meek rejection wore fo mild a face, More like acceptance feem'd it, than difgrace.