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Unjustice

To reproaches of unconstancy, the answer often is, You do me great unjustice. The meaning of which is, “It is true, I saunter, I flutter from beauty to beauty; but why should you find fault with me? it is the way of the world. Would you have me set up for a reformer of it? Pleasure is my property; and I have a right to take my own wherever I find it.”