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“No strong or eager wish to wake the will,
cceed, “ And one will gladly hear my Rupert plead.”
Ask you, while thus I could the youth deny
Did his distress, his pains, your joy excite?-
words The eager youth, I might myself be moved? Not for his sake alone I cried persist No more, and with a frown the cause dismiss'd.
Seek you th' event ?-I scarcely need reply,
We lived awhile in friendship, and with joy
We met some ten years after, and he then
We spoke; and when, alluding to the past,
Love had his day-to graver subjects led,
The Rector at the Hall-Why absent-He relates the Story of
Sir Owen—His Marriage Death of his Lady—His Mind acquires new Energy–His Passions awake His Taste and Sensibility—Admires a Lady-Camilla—Her Purpose—Sir Owen's Disappointment—His Spirit of Revenge—How gratified—The Dilemma of Love-An Example of Forgiveness—Its Effect.