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Till now that this extremity compelled : But now I find it true ; for by this means I
knew the foul enchanter , though disguised , Entered the very lime - twigs of his
spells , And yet came off : if you have this about you , ( As I will give you when we
go ) ...
What , have you let the false enchanter ' scape ? Oh ! ye mistook , ye should have
snatched his wand , And bound him fast ; without his rod reversed , And
backward mutters of dissevering power , We cannot free the lady that sits here In
We implore thy powerful hand To undo the charmed band Of true virgin here
distressed , Through the force , and through the wile , Of unblest enchanter vile .
SABRINA , Shepherd , ' tis my office best To help ensnaréd chastity : Brightest
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