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Don Quixote
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  • If you speak of evil thoughts, turn to the Gospel: De corde exeunt cogitationes malae.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • …ointment from the alforjas; but when Don Quixote came to see his helmet shattered, he was like to lose his senses, and clapping his hand upon his sword and raising his eyes to heaven, be said, "I swear by the Creator of all things and the four Gospels in their fullest extent, to do as the great Marquis of Mantua did when he swore to avenge the death of his nephew Baldwin (and that was not to eat bread from a table-cloth, nor embrace his wife, and other points which, though I cannot now…  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: a gospel song
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