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PRINTED FOR F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON, T. PAYNE, CADELL AND DAVIES, AND R. H. EVANS.

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Bye and Law, Printers, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell.

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THE SECOND BOOK OF

THE FAERIE QUEENE

CANTO VIII.

Sir Guyon, layd in swowne, is by

Acrates fonnes de spoyld;
Whom Arthure foone hath reskewed,

And Paynim brethren foyld.

1.

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 O! th' exceeding

grace

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 diggity of fentiment.-- And, in the beginning of a sentence, is expressive of paffion; sometimes of admiration, sometimes too of indignation. Upton,

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