Tis certain that the Dutchess had hitherto no Idea of that dreadful
Passion the King pretended to warn her of, and perhaps might have
passed over several Years without any reflection that way; but the
violent Concern he had shewn, and the Warnings he had given her,
made her look towards Love as an inevitable Evil that was bound, as
she was a Woman, to overtake her; and therefore she sought, by
reading, to be acquainted with its Nature and Effects, that, if
possible, she might avoid its fatal Influence.
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