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an crime;--but never Hath any one in earthly annals read Of blunder like your efforts to dissever Our glorious country! Lucifer once made A similar but unprovoked endeavor! But different his fate — perchance you know-- When he “seceded,” they just let him go. I know that Milton undertakes to prove, (But probabilities a good deal straining,) That Lucifer, on falling from above, Enlisted armies, and had soldiers training, And then in mad, rebellious fury drove Against angelic hosts, in rude cays the poet; and to human level, He thus brings down the conduct of the devil. But sacred chronicle has nothing said Of Lucifer behaving in this way. Some shabby tricks it seems that he had played, And so in Heaven could no longer stay. But war, I'ng headlong into his own dominions. And this was all. So Milton's solemn song Belies the devil, (in angelic verse,) For Lucifer is guiltless of the wrong Of armed rebellion! This is something worse Than even he enacted, when on pinions strong The <