9.47 It is no mere Modesty for me to admit this.359.47 It is no mere Modesty for me to admit this.9.50 It offered its Song to him in all its harsh Musick.359.50 It offered its Song to him in all its harsh Musick.9.51 In his Fancy, little James fell from the Rock once more, &359.51 In his Fancy, little James fell from the Rock once more, &9.53 What an Ass I have been, he said.359.53 What an Ass I have been, he said.9.70b for after a Time, we become too familiar with its Presence359.70b for after a Time, we become too familiar with its Presence9.80 During the Meeting, he bore the pointless Silence with the359.80 During the Meeting, he bore the pointless Silence with the9.81 The Faces of the Friends became an indistinct Mass as he sq359.81 The Faces of the Friends became an indistinct Mass as he sq9.90 His Frustration increased, for all the Others in the Room r359.90 His Frustration increased, for all the Others in the Room r9.91 He felt his Stomach constrict, & his Hands flexed & began t359.91 He felt his Stomach constrict, & his Hands flexed & began t