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In fleshly tabernacle and human form,
Thou didst debel, and down from heaven cast 605
For Adam and his chosen sons, whom thou
But thou, infernal serpent, shalt not long
605 debel] Virg. Æn. vi. 853. 'Debellare superbos.'
Shall chase thee with the terror of his voice
Thus they the Son of God our Saviour meek Sung victor, and from heav'nly feasts refresh'd Brought on his way with joy; he unobserv'd Home to his mother's house private return'd.
ADDITIONAL NOTES ON PARADISE LOST.
B. I. ver. 46. With hideous ruin and com'ustion] So in an Order of the two Houses, &c., in 1642, apud Clarendon's Hist. of the Reb. iii. 46, ed. 1826. 'and thereby to bring the whole kingdom into utter ruin and combustion. A. Dyce. by wondrous art Pontifical, a ridge of pendent rock] So Sannazari
B. X. ver. 313.
Epig. lib. i. 53.
De Jocundo architecto 'Jucundus geminos fecit tibi, Sequana, pontes: Jure tuum potes hunc dicere Pontificem.'
END OF VOL. II.