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IN EIGHT VOLUMES.
VOLUME THE FOURTH.
CADELL AND DAVIES, AND R. H. EVANS.
The thirde Booke of the Faerie Queene, Canto I
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THE SECOND BOOK OF
THE FAERIE QUEENE
Sir Guyon, layd in swowne, is by
Acrates fonnes despoyld;
And Paynim brethren foyld.
AND is there care in heaven? And is there
love In heavenly spirits to these creatures bace, That may compassion of their evils move ? There is :-else much more wretched were
the cace Of men then beasts: But 0 ! th’exceeding
I. 1. And is there care in heaven? And is there love &c.] These fine-turned verses must be felt by every one, that knows the least thing belonging to the power of words and dignity of fentiment.— And, in the beginning of a sentence, is expreflive of passion; sometimes of admiration, sometimes too of indignation. UPTON,