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The taleteller, who was right then putting a glass of wine to his lips, as a liss after his swink, stalled for a brightom, looked at his frainer with a whith of unbund yeelding, and, setting the glass slowly dune to the beed, said that the tale was meant most rodefully to asoothe—
 
“That there is no thing in life but has its boots and cweems—yeaven we will but nim a prat as we find it:"
 
“That therefore, he that runs reases with puckish harmen is likely to have rugh riding of it.”
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