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These Lines are perhaps as plain, simple and unadorned as any of the whole Poem, in which particular the Author has conform'd himself to the Example of Homer, and the Precept of Horace.
His Invocation to a Work which turns in a great
Thus Satan talking to his neares? mate,
To which we may add his Call to the fallen Angels that lay plunged and stupified in the Sea of Fire.
Hail Horrors, hail
The Catalogue of Evil Spirits has a great deal [Abun: dance] of Learning in it, and a very agreeable turn of