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yman to consider.' If n
o greater objection cou
ld be brought against B
lackmore's Prince Arthu
r, than those raised by
Mr. Dennis, the Poem w
ould be faultless; for
what has the doctrine o
f the church of England
to do with an epic poe
m? It is not the doctri
ne of the church of Eng
land, to suppose that t
he apostate spirits put
the power of the Almig
hty to proof, by openly
resisting his will, an
d maintaining an obstin
ate struggle with the a
ngels commissioned by h
im, to drive them from
the mansions of the ble
ss'd; or that they atte
The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753) Volume V. by Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758