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" Into a Limbo large and broad, since called The Paradise of Fools, to few unknown Long after, now unpeopled and untrod. "
The New Monthly Magazine - Page 39
1860
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The Poetical Works of John Milton. Edited, with Introductions ..., Volume 1

John Milton, Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1874 - 613 pages
...Indulgences, dispenses, pardons, bulls, The sport of winds: all these, upwhirled aloft, Fly o'er the backside of the World far off Into a Limbo large and broad, since called The Paradise of Fools; to few unknown Long after, now unpeopled and untrod. All this dark globe the Fiend found as he passed;...
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The poetical works of John Milton, with life and notes [by G. Gilfillan ...

John Milton - 1874
...Indulgences, dispenses, pardons, bulls, The sport of winds : All these, upwhirl'd aloft, Fly o'er the backside of the world far off Into a Limbo large and broad, since call'd The Paradise of Fools, to few unknown Long after, now unpeopled and untrod. All this dark globe...
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The Prose Works of John Milton ...: With a Preface, Preliminary ..., Volume 5

John Milton, James Augustus St. John - 1877
...This appears to be a favourite allusion with Milton. All these, upwhirl'd aloft, Fly o'er the backside of the world far off Into a Limbo large and broad, since call'd The Paradise of Fools. Paradise Lost, III. 493. ' That mysterious iniquity, provoked and troubled...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton, Volume 1

John Milton - 1880 - 460 pages
...Indulgences, dispenses, pardons, bulls, The sport of winds : all these upwhirled aloft Fly o'er the back side of the world far off, Into a limbo large and broad, since called The Paradise of Fools, to few unknown '>r, now unpeopled, and untrod. All this dark globe the fiend found as he passed, And...
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The Obliviad: A Satire

William Leech (M. R. C. S. E.) - English literature - 1879 - 319 pages
...but not so this place which I am about to describe. "All these upwhirl'd aloft Fly o'er the backside of the world far off Into a Limbo large and broad, since call'd The Paradise of Fools." 'Neath Thames' foul bed, a vault from human sight Hides its vast concave...
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Hudibras, Parts 2-3

Samuel Butler - 1883
...said to have awaited the descent of Christ. Cf.— ' All these, upwhirled aloft, Fly o'er the back side of the world, far off Into a limbo large and broad, since called The Paradise of Fools.' MILTON, Paradise Lost, iii. 495. 110. cheek by jowl. Exactly side by side. The two words are intimately...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton: Reprinted from the Best Editions, with ...

John Milton - 1881 - 562 pages
...Indulgences, dispenses, pardons, bulls, The sport of winds : all these upwhirled aloft, Fly o'er the backside of the world far off Into a limbo large and broad, since called The Paradise of Fools, to few unknown Long after, now unpeopled, and untrod. All this dark globe the fiend found as he passed,...
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The poetical works of John Milton, with a life of the author by A. Chalmers ...

John Milton - 1881
...Indulgences, dispenses, pardons, bulls, The sport of winds : all these upwhirl'd aloft Fly o'er the backside of the world far off, Into a limbo large and broad, since call'd The Paradise of fools, to few unknown Long after, now unpeopled, and untrod. All this dark globe...
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A Dictionary of Quotations from the English Poets

Henry George Bohn - Quotations, English - 1881 - 715 pages
...Indulgences, dispenses, pardons, bulls, The sport of winds ; all these upwhirl'd aloft Fly to tie rearward of the world far off Into a limbo large and broad, since call'd The paradise of fools. Milton, PL m. 490. What makes a chureh a den of thieves ? A dean and...
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The Poetical Works ...

John Milton - 1882
...Indulgences, dispenses, pardons, bulls, The sport of winds : all these, upwhirled aloft, Fly o'er the backside of the World far off Into a Limbo large and broad, since called The Paradise of Fools ; to few unknown Long after, now unpeopled and untrod. All this dark globe the Fiend found as he passed;...
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