„What did we else, but make a vow
To do we know not what, nor how?“

—  Samuel Butler (1612-1680), Hudibras, Part I (1663–1664), Context: They'll say our bus'ness, to reform The Church and State, is but a worm; For to subscribe, unsight, unseen, To an unknown Church-discipline, What is it else, but before-hand T'engage, and after understand? For when we swore to carry on The present Reformation, According to the purest mode Of Churches best reformed abroad, What did we else, but make a vow To do we know not what, nor how?
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