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" Belial came last, than whom a spirit more lewd Fell not from heaven, or more gross to love Vice for itself... "
The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate - Página 379
1860
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The Union Bible Dictionary: For the Use of Schools, Bible Classes, and Families

F. A. P. - 1855 - 690 páginas
...the prince of licentiousness and corruption ? Milton represents Belial as one of tho fallen spirits : Belial came last, than whom a spirit more lewd Fell not from heaven, or more gross to love Vice for itself. BELIEVE. (See FAITH.) BELL. (Zech. xiv. 20.) Bells were attached...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton: A New Edition Carefully Revised from the ...

John Milton - 1855 - 570 páginas
...ox; From Egypt marching, equalled with one stroke Both her first-born and all her bleating gods. 3 Belial came last, than whom a spirit more lewd Fell not from Heaven, or more gross to love Vice for itself: to him no temple stood In temples and at altars, when the priest...
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The complete poetical works of John Milton, with life

John Milton - 1855 - 491 páginas
...passed From Egypt marching, equalled with one stroke Both her first-born and all her bleating gods. Belial came last, than whom a spirit more lewd Fell not from heaven, or more gross to love Vice for itself : to him no temple stood, Or altar smoked ; yet who more oft than...
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The Southern literary messenger

1855
...perceived, he rose, &.C., none sat higher than he (sat high) satán excepted." Take another from Milton. "Belial came last, than whom, a spirit more lewd fell not from heaven." Whom should be he. Thus, " Beliel came last, a spirit more lewd than he (was lewd) fell not from heaven."...
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The union Bible dictionary: for the use of schools, Bible classes, and families

Frederick Adolphus Packard - 1855 - 600 páginas
...licentiousness and corruption ? Milton represents Belial as one of the fallen spirits : Relial oame last, than whom a spirit more lewd Fell not from heaven, or more gross to love Viue for itself. BELIEVE. (See FAITH.) BELL. (Zech. xiv. 20.) Bells were attached...
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The library of biblical literature

1856
...orgies he eularg'd Ev'n to that hill of scandal, by the grove Of Moloch homicide, lust hard by hate. Belial came last, than whom a spirit more lewd Fell not from heaven, or more gross to love Vice for itself; to him no temple stood Or altar smoked ; yet who more oft than...
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An English grammar

George Currey - 1856
...Latin construction. When it does occur, the pronoun is in the Objective ; than whom, never than who. Belial came last, than whom a spirit more lewd Fell not from Heaven. — Milton. Here than seems to be used as a preposition. Nor hope to be myself less miserable By what...
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Exposition of the Grammatical Structure of the English Language: Being an ...

John Mulligan - 1857 - 574 páginas
...a preposition. We may cite Milton as authority for the use of a dative or accusative after than. " Belial came last, THAN WHOM a spirit more lewd Fell not from Heaven," Ac. all constructions alike, in which either BUT or THAN take after them an oblique case, which is...
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general Report on Public Instruction in the lower Provinces of the Bengal ...

JOHN GRAY - 1857
...Ju'ghtA. (7.) Fis po-iderous shield, Ethereal temper, masy, large and round, Behind him cent. (8.) Belial came last, than whom a spirit more lewd Fell not from Heaven. (9.) The ascending pile Stood fix'd his stately highth. (10.) Till the signal given, Behold a wonder...
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Le paradis perdu. Essai sur la littérature anglaise

François-René vicomte de Chateaubriand
...pass'd From Egypt marching, equall'd with one stroke Both her first-born and ail her bleating gods. Belial came last, than whom a spirit more lewd Fell not from heavcn, or more gross to love Vice for itself : to him no temple stood Or altar smokcd ; yet who more...
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