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Page 8 - Tigers have courage, and the rugged bear; But man alone can, whom he conquers, spare. To pardon willing, and to punish loth, You strike with one hand, but you heal with both.
Page 26 - Moloch was of brass, sitting on a throne of the same metal, adorned with a royal crown, having the head of a calf, and his arms extended as if to embrace any one. When they would offer any children to him, they heated the statue within by a great fire ; and when it was burning hot, they put the miserable...