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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 Church Without a Bishop: The Apostolical and Primitive Church, Popular in ...

Lyman Coleman - 1844 - 432 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 cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning sing." REMARKS....
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The Prose Workd of Mrs. Ellis: The poetry of life. Pictures of private life ...

Sarah Stickney Ellis - 1844
...entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the watchword to open and let out those dreadful locusta und scorpions, to reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more e the sun of thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning...
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A Church without a prelate

Lyman Coleman - 1844 - 120 pages
...the beautiful and expressive language of Milton, their strife is to " re-involve us in that pitehy cloud of infernal darkness where we shall never more see the sun of truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning sing." REMARKS....
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The Poetry of Life

Sarah Stickney Ellis - 1845 - 184 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...cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more eee the sun of thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning...
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The Select Works of Mrs. Ellis ...

Sarah Stickney Ellis - 1845
...hoofs on the soule of thy servant!s. let them not bring ubont their damned designs, Hist sund now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the watchword to open and let out those dreadful lorn st . nnd seorpions, to reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud "f infernal darkness, where we shall...
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Republican Christianity: Or, True Liberty, as Exhibited in the Life ...

Elias Lyman Magoon - 1849 - 422 pages
...at the dawn of the reformation. In the beautiful and expressive language of Milton, their strife is to ' reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness where we shall never more see the sun of truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning sing.' " pp....
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Paradise Lost

John Milton - 1851 - 415 pages
...wateh-word to open and let out those dreadful loeusts and seorpions, to re-involve us in that pitehy eloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more see the sun of thy truth again : never hope for the eheerful dawn ; never more hear the bird of morning sing. Be moved with pity at the afflieted state...
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The Prose Works, Volume 4

John Milton - 1853
...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...pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall nevermore see the sun of thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird...
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Prose Works, Volume 4

John Milton - 1853
...not bring about their damned designs, that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit.'expeeting the watchword to open and let out those dreadful locusts...pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall nevermore see the sun of thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird...
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The Defender

1855
...hoofs on the souls of thy servants. Ü let them not bring about their damned designs, that stand no wat the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the...and scorpions, to reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud ofinfernal darkness, where we shalluever more see thesun of thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful...
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