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NOTES ON THE SECOND PART.
winds blow in gufts and eddies; and the water no
sooner swells, than it subsides.
See Bourn's Hift. of Westmoreland.
NOTE 24. Verse 373.
To what pure beings, in a nobler sphere,
She yields delight but faintly imag’d here.
The several degrees of angels may probably
have larger views, and some of them be endowed
with capacities able to retain together, and con
ftantly set before them, as in one picture, all their
paft knowledge at once.
Locke on Human Un
derstanding, book ii. chap. X. 9.