The Saxons exclude dumb, blind, leprous, and such like persons from all inheritance, as we do fools.
I'm free As you by birth, and I can cope with you In every virtue that beseems a knight.
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Shortly after his arrival at home, he wrote to Mr. Macvey Napier, then editor of the Edinburgh Review: "All manner of perplexities have occurred in the publishing of my poor book, which perplexities I could only cut asunder, not unloose; so the MS.,