O happy and thrice happy is he to whom you give leave and license to dip his finger therein. Quae cum subinde ac multis noceret, publicitus indignatio percrebruit, statutumque ut in earn die altera severissime saxorum iaculationibus vindicaretur: Quae ubi primum me talem aspexit, percussit faciem suam manibus infestis, et " Occisa sum misera " cla- mavit: Et vellem Hercule materiam rep- perire aliquam, quam deus tantus affluenter indueret. Ac dum salutis inopia cuncta corporis mei considero, non avem me sed asinum video, querens de facto Fotidis, sed iam hutnano gestu simul et voce pi-ivatus, quod solum poteram, postrema deiecta labia humidis tamen oculis obliquum respiciens ad illam tacitus expostulabam. And when they saw me, they were nothing afraid, but assayed with more force to break down the doors, whereby they gave me occasion, and not without cause, to think that they were strong thieves.
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