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OF THE DOURO.
foul fiend, whose dusky wings distil
dews on the sky, fearful bud unassur'd, that scarcely dares ts delicately-tinctur'd hue,
the vernal ray; far be thy flight neful intercourse from those I love."
carriage did not come to take sa to Devonshire-place the follow. 1, nor the day after either; and 1 at the circumstance, she sent one 3. Stanhope's footmen with a note, to re the cause. An hour of anxious L. III.