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Part I – At Marygreen“Yea, many there be that have run out of their wits for women, and become servants for their sakes. Many also have perished, have erred, and sinned, for women… O ye men, how can it be but women should be strong, seeing they do thus?”—Esdras
Part II — At Christminster“Save his own soul he hath no star.”—Swinburne.“Notitiam primosque gradus vicinia fecit;Tempore crevit amor.”—Ovid.
Part III – At Melchester“For there was no other girl, O bridegroom, like her!”— Sappho (H. T. Wharton)
Part IV – At Shaston“Whoso prefers either Matrimony or other Ordinance before the Good of Man and the plain Exigence of Charity, let him profess Papist, or Protestant, or what he will, he is no better than a Pharisee.”— J. Milton.
Part V – At Aldbrickham and Elsewhere“Thy aerial part, and all the fiery parts which are mingled in thee, though by nature they have an upward tendency, still in obedience to the disposition of the universe they are over-powered here in the compound mass the body.”— M. Antoninus (Long).
Part VI – At Christminster Again“… And she humbled her body greatly, and all the places of her joy she filled with her torn hair.”— Esther (Apoc.).“There are two who decline, a woman and I,And enjoy our death in the darkness here.”— R. Browning.