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Everyone was a friend, and she offered kisses to a stranger so confidingly that the most in - veterate bachelor relented, and baby-lovers became faithful worshipers.
Now, sir, r can inform you of a physi - cian who can cure hardness of heart, sin - ful propensities, &c. to whom you would do well to apply for a cure of all those in - veterate diseases; and remember, he de - mands no remuneration for the cures he per - forms.
To be honoured and even privileged by the laws, opinions, and in - veterate ufages of our country, growing out of the prgudice of ages, has nothing to provoke horror and indignation in any man.
Of thefe Princes, the moft potent was Marino, long the in - veterate foe, but finally the dupe of Ferdinand the Fird; a King who was far from being fcrupulous in the means he employed to over - reach his enemies, or to rid himfelf of them when once in his power.