Excerpt from Spenser's Faerie Queene, Vol. 2 of 2: A New Edition With a Glossary, and Notes Explanatory and Critical
Let none then blame me, if in difcipline Of vertue and of civill ules lore I do not forme them to the common line Of prefent dayes which are corrupted fore But... to the antique ufe which was of yore, When good was onely for itfelfe defyred.
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