The woman I loved, and the woman who loved me, by the author of 'Agnes Tremorne'. [With] A Tuscan wedding

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Page 144 - Condemn you me for that the duke did love me? So may you blame some fair and crystal river, For that some melancholic distracted man Hath drown'd himself in 't.
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