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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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The Prose Works of John Milton ...: With a Preface, Preliminary ..., Volume 2

John Milton, James Augustus St. John - 1890
...hoofs on the souls of thy servants. D let them not bring about their damned designs, that stand low at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the...and let out those dreadful locusts and scorpions, jo reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more see the sun of...
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An Introduction to the Prose and Poetical Works of John Milton: Comprising ...

John Milton, Hiram Corson - 1899 - 303 pages
...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...and let out those dreadful locusts and scorpions, to reinvblve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more see the sun of thy...
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Publications of the Ipswich Historical Society, Volumes 13-15

1904
...1 : 200. 3 MC Tyler, Hist, of Amer. Literature, 1 : 208. to open and let out those dreadful locuste and scorpions, to reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud...see the sun of thy truth again; never hope for the cheerf id dawn ; never more hear the bird of morning sing. ' ' Oliver Cromwell wrote his friend Col....
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Of Reformation Touching Church-discipline in England, Volumes 54-55

John Milton - 1916 - 222 pages
...'O let them not bring about their damned designes that stand now at the entrance of the bottomlesse pit expecting the Watch-word to open and let out those...Scorpions, to reinvolve us in that pitchy Cloud of infernall darknes' (72.32 ff.) are constructed bodily out of the language of Rev. 9.2 ff. ; and...
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English Composition

Chester Noyes Greenough, Frank Wilson Cheney Hersey - 1917 - 379 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...and let out those dreadful locusts and scorpions, to involve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more see the sun of thy...
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Milton and Religious Controversy: Satire and Polemic in Paradise Lost

John N. King - 2000 - 227 pages
...recalled the apocalyptic prayer that concludes Of Reformation. It vilifies Episcopalians, who "stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit expecting the...where we shall never more see the sun of thy Truth again'^CPIl' 1: 614). A satirical broadsheet entitled The Lineage of Locusts or the Pope's Pedigree...
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The Caledonian, Volume 5

1905
...now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, excepting the watchword to open and let out those dieadful locusts and scorpions, to reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud of Infernal darkness, where we shall never see the Sun of thy Truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the Bird of Morning...
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