Which shews, let your reverences and worships say what you will of it (for as for thinkingall who do thinkthink pretty much alike both upon it and other matters)Love is certainly, at least alphabetically speaking, one of the most
D evilish affairs of lifethe most
I racundulous (there is no K to it) and
L yrical of all human passions: at the same time, the most
though by the bye the R should have gone firstBut in short tis of such a nature, as my father once told my uncle Toby upon the close of a long dissertation upon the subjectYou can scarce, said he, combine two ideas together upon it, brother Toby, without an hypallage Whats that? cried my uncle Toby.
The cart before the horse, replied my father
And what is he to do there? cried my uncle Toby.
Nothing, quoth my father, but to get inor let it alone.
Now widow Wadman, as I told you before, would do neither the one or the other.
She stood however ready harnessed and caparisoned at all points, to watch accidents.
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