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Unformatted text preview: to come over to them, and the only inducement of several foreigners that came over into England, was chiefly to see O. Protector, and Mr. J. Milton; and would see the house and chamber where he was born. --Aubrey's "Life of Milton" (1681), p. 1023 of Hughes, ed. (original italics) His harmonical and ingenious soul did lodge in a beautiful and well-proportioned body. --Aubrey's "Life of Milton" (1681), p. 1022 of Hughes, ed. He had this elegy in common with the patriarchs and kings of Israel, that he was gathered to his people; for he happened to be buried in Cripplegate, where about thirty years before he had by chance also interred his father. --End of "An Anonymous Life of Milton" (1686), p. 1044 in Hughes, ed. For earlier appearances of Samson, see Areopagitica , p. 745; Reason of Church Government , p. 688...
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