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" Arm his profane tongue with contemptuous words Against the sun-clad power of Chastity Fain would I something say; yet to what end? Thou hast nor ear, nor soul, to apprehend The sublime notion and high mystery That must be uttered to unfold the sage... "
Paradise Lost - Page xxx
by John Milton - 1851 - 415 pages
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The British Poets, Volume 3

1866
...soul to apprehend The sublime notion, and high mystery, That must be utter'd to unfold the sage And thou art worthy that thou shouldst not know More happiness than this thy present lot. Enjoy your dear wit, and gay rhetoric, i That hath so well been taught her dazzling fence, Thou...
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Popular Readings

Popular readings - 1867
...that dares Arm his profane tongue with contemptuous words Against the sun-clad Power of Chastity, Fain would I something say, yet to what end ? Thou hast...The sublime notion, and high mystery, That must be utter'd to unfold the sage And serious doctrine of Virginity ; And thou art worthy that thou shouldst...
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John Milton and His Times: An Historical Novel

Max Ring - 1868 - 308 pages
...that dares Arm his profane tongue with contemptuous worda Against the sun-clad power of chastity, Fain would I something say ; yet to what end ? Thou hast...That must be uttered to unfold the sage And serious doctrine of virginity ; And thou art worthy that thou shouldst not know More happiness than this thy...
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John Milton and His Times: An Historical Novel

Max Ring - 1868 - 308 pages
...dares Arm his profane tongue with contemptuous words Against the sun-clad power of chastity, Fain would I something say; yet to what end ? Thou hast...That must be uttered to unfold the sage And serious doctrine of virginity; And thou art worthy that thou shouldst not know More happiness than this thy...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton: To which is Prefixed a Biography of the ...

John Milton, Edward Phillips - 1868 - 574 pages
...that dares Arm his profane tongue with contemptuous words Against the sun-clad power of chastity, Fain would I something say, yet to what end ? Thou hast...to apprehend The sublime notion, and high mystery, Tliat must be utter'd to unfold the sage And serious doctrine of virginity ; And thou art worthy that...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 99

1868
...tell a sniffy woman what he thought about love than the Lady in " Comus " would expound to Circe " the sublime notion and high mystery that must be uttered- to unfold the sage and serious doctrine of virginity." It is pretty certain that Godwin himself knew nothing about it ; or he would...
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The complete poetical works of John Milton. With life of the ..., Volume 1

John Milton - 1870 - 372 pages
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English poems, ed. with life, intr. and selected notes by R.C. Browne, Volume 1

John Milton - 1870
...dares 780 Arm his profane tongue with contemptuous words Against the sun-clad power of Chastity, Fain would I something say, yet to what end ? Thou hast...to apprehend The sublime notion, and high mystery 785 That must be utter'd to unfold the sage And serious doctrine of Virginity; And thou art worthy...
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The poetical works of John Milton, ed. with a critical memoir by ..., Issue 322

John Milton - 1871
...that dares Arm his profane tongue with contemptuous words Against the sun-clad power of chastity, Fain would I something say ; yet to what end ? Thou hast...The sublime notion, and high mystery, That must be utter'd to unfold the sage And serious doctrine of virginity, And thou art worthy that thou shouldst...
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Milton. Comus, Lycidas, L'allegro, Il penseroso, and selected ..., Issue 363

John Milton - 1871
...dares 780 Arm his profane tongue with contemptuous words Against the sun-clad pow'r of Chastity, Fain would I something say, yet to what end ? Thou hast...to apprehend The sublime notion, and high mystery, 785 That must be utter'd to unfold the sage And serious doctrine of Virginity, And thou art worthy...
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