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Pours fierce Ambition in a Caesar's mind,
VER. 207. Far as Creation's ample range extends, He tells us (from Ver. 206 to 233.) that the complying with such extravagant desires would not only be useless and pernicious to Man, but would be breaking into the order, and deforming the beauty of God’s Creation, in which this animal is subject to that, and every one to Man; who by his Reason enjoys the sum of all their powers. W.