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She says, her subjects with foul insurrection (723)

Have batter'd down her consecrated wall, (724)

And by their mortal fault brought in subjection (725)

Her immortality, and made her thrall (726)

To living death and pain perpetual:
Which in her prescience she controlled still, (728)

But her foresight could not forestall their will.

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