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"As the true method of knowledge is experiment the true faculty of knowing must be the faculty which experiences," (p. 1).

"All Poetic Genius is the same in equal extent that people are alike," (p. 5).

"Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul," (p. 7).

"And be like him and he will then love me," (p. 9).

"Where Mercy, Love & Pity dwell there God is dwelling to," (p. 13).

"They called her Pity, and fled," (p. 78).

"But no light from the fires. all was darkness / In the flames of Eternal fury," (p. 73).

"Bound in the fierce raging immortal," (p. 91).

"to Justify the Way of God to Man," (p. 95).

"That he who will not defend the Truth, may be compelled to defend a Lie, that he may be snared and caught and taken," (p. 102).

"For Satan, flaming with Rintrah's fury hidden beneath his own mildness," (p. 103).

"Half friendship is the bitterest Enmity said...

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