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Page 170 - She took up one of the lutes, which with other musical instruments decorated the apartments of the luxurious De Valence, and touching it with exquisite delicacy, breathed the most pathetic air her memory could dictate : If on the heath she moved, her breast was whiter than the down of Cana ; If on the sea-beat shore, than the foam of the rolling ocean.