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" O let them not bring about their damned designs, that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the watchword to open and let out those dreadful locusts and scorpions ; to re-involve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where... "
Life and times of Charlemagne - Page 90
1799 - 192 pages
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A Treatise on Christian Doctrine: Compiled from the Holy Scriptures Alone

John Milton - 1825 - 711 pages
...servants. O let them not bring about their damned designs, that stand now at the entrance of the XXIV bottomless pit, expecting the watchword to open and...see the sun of thy truth again, never hope for the chearful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning sing.'9 There is much reason for regretting that...
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A Treatise on Christian Doctrine: Compiled from the Holy ..., Volume 1

John Milton - 1825 - 458 pages
...hoofs on the souls of thy servants. O let them not bring about their damned designs, that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the watchword to open and let out those ureadful locusts and scorpions, to reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we...
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The Christian Spectator

1827
...hoofs on the souls of thy servants. Oh ! let them not bring about their damned designs, that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the...in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we •hall never more see the sun of thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear...
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Poetical Works: Biography of Milton

John Milton - 1835
...hoofs on the souls of thy servants. O, let them not bring about their damning designs, that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the...sun of thy truth again ; never hope for the cheerful •lawn ; never more hear the bird of jnorning sing. Be moved with pity at the afflicted state of this...
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The Prose Works of John Milton

John Milton - 1835 - 976 pages
...hoofs on the souls of thy "servants. Î let them not bring about their damned designs, that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting-...and let out those dreadful locusts and scorpions, to rein rol ve ut in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more see the sun of...
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An Historical Discourse Delivered at the Celebration of the Second ...

William Hague - 1839 - 192 pages
...hoofs on the souls of thy servants ! O let them not bring about their damned designs that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the...thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, nor hear the bird of morning sing !"* We believe it is a principle which will be caught by other mighty...
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The Presbyterian review and religious journal, Volume 16

1843
...polluting hoofs on the souls of thy servants. O, let them not bring about their damned designs, that now stand at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting...watchword to open, and let out those dreadful locusts, to rcinvolve us in that pitchy cloud of darkness, where we never more shall see the sun of thy truth...
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The Select Works of Mrs. Ellis: Comprising the Women of England, Wives of ...

Sarah Stickney Ellis - 1843
...Î let them not bring ubont their damned des ig ne, that stand now at the entrance of the bottondess pit, expecting the watchword to open and let out those dreadful locusts :UHI čcorpions, to relnvnlve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 18

1861
...hoof on the souls of thy servants. Oh ! let them not bring about their damned designs, that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the...dreadful locusts and scorpions, to re-involve us in that pitchy'cloud of internal darkness, where we shall never more see the sun of thy truth again, never...
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The Apostolical and Primitive Church: Popular in Its Government,and Simple ...

Lyman Coleman - 1844 - 456 pages
...at the dawn of the reformation. In the beautiful and expressive language of Milton, their strife is to " re-involve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal...darkness where we shall never more see the sun of truth again, never hope for the chee1ful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning sing." REMARKS....
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