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The civil war might at first detain him in town ; and the pleasures of the country
were in a great measure lost to him , as they depend moftly upon fight ; whereas
a blind man wanteth company and converfation , which is to be had botter in ...
I know not whether the Joss of his fight did not add vigour to the faculties of his
mind . He at least thought fo , and often com : forted bimself with that reflection .
But his great parts and learning have scarcely gained him more admirers , than
My other eye also , for these " last three years , failing by degrees , some months
s before all fight was abolished , things which I look" ed upon seemed to swim to
the right and left . « Certain inveterate vapours seem to possess my fore6 head ...
... the argument Held me a while misdoubting his intent , That he would ruin ( for I
luw bim strong ) The sacred truths to fable and old song ; ( So Samson grop'd the
temple's posts in spite ) The world o'erwhelining to revenge his fight . Yet as.
Then with expanded wings he steers his fight 225 Aloft , incumbent on the dusky
air , That felt unusual weight , till on dry land He lights , if it were land that ever
burn'd With folid , as the lake with liquid fire ; And such appear'd in hue , as when
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