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Poem by Thomas Urquhart
Epigrams. The Second Booke. № 37. To a generously disposed Gentleman, who was maine sorrie, that he had not wherewith to remunerat the favours, by the which he was obliged to the curtesie of a friend
YOu have restor'd his kindnesse, if you owe It willingly, and doth not prove forgetfull; For with all Mankind it would hardly goe: If no man could with empty hands be gratefull: And in what may concerne a benefit, 'Tis th'onely mind refounds, and maketh it.
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