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.The CONTENTS of Part II.
states; with regard to their government, their po-
dern state of Greece! to ver. 411. Why Liberty de-
LIBERTY. PART II.
'T^H U S spoke the Goddess of the fearless eye; -*- And at her voice, renew'd, the Vision rose.
First, in the dawn of time, with eastern swains,
The father-senate met. There Justice dealt,
Had tirg'd to light. But instant, these supply'd,
At fust, on brutes alone the rustic war
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Launch'd the rude spear; swift, as he glar'd along.
Demanding little, and with little pleas'd:
From the lone pilgrim and the wandering swair,
The last worst monsters of the shaggy wood,
West with the living day to Greece I came:
A nobler note, and bade the banquet burn.
While there my laws alone despotic reign'd,