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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1720 Excerpt: ...Eyes, with which she now and then stole a Glance, that diseovers she was not so full of Resentment against him, as she seem'd desirous to pretend; and all she said was only a Copy oi her Countenance: When going on, he said. Ph. I hope, Madam, e're long, to find you in a better "temper Tho' the Sky is' sometimes clouded, it is not always so. Ur. You may seed you your self with Hopes, but they are often dsappointed, I think I have exprest my Mind to you already, and if you desire my Company anylonger you must forbear this Discourse. Philedon was going to excuse himself, with all the Rhetorick his Passion could suggest; when Urania rose from her Chair, as if she design'd to leave him by himself; bur he prevented her, by saying, I have done, and Sighing deeply after it. Nothing was heard between 'em, but Sighs from Philedon for two or three Minutes Space; till, recollecting his discomposed Faculties, he had resolv'd to turn his Discourse to some other Topic, and more, seemingly, grateful to U ama. But here some Visitants interrupted his Design, and Urania being oblig'd to attend upon them in her Mother's Chamber, he paid his Refpecis to them all, and returned home. And here Philedon had certainly thought himself impos'd upon by Sordidior, but for one Circumstance that happen'd at his coming away; Urania following him to the Door, excusing the Interruption, and giving him the Opportunity of requesting a parting Kiss; wiich reviv'd his drooping Spirits, and kept his Soul from sainting. This last Behaviour of Uranta was like a Cup of NeBar to him, corroborating his finking Faculties, and restoring him to a Calm within. Being got Home, and retir'd to Chamber, sfor real Lovers when they are absent from their Mistresses do generally admire Solitude) mo'he cou'd ...
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