Indian chief, who has recently attracted so much attention

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Unlawful magic, and enticing lies.

Indian chief, who has recently attracted so much attention

Corinthians! look upon that gray-beard wretch!

Indian chief, who has recently attracted so much attention

Mark how, possess'd, his lashless eyelids stretch

Indian chief, who has recently attracted so much attention

Around his demon eyes! Corinthians, see!

My sweet bride withers at their potency."

"Fool!" said the sophist, in an under-tone

Gruff with contempt; which a death-nighing moan

From Lycius answer'd, as heart-struck and lost,



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