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Fragment B Part 3 Jubilate Agno: For there be twelve cardinal virtues -- three to the East -- Greatness, Valour, Piety. For there be three to the West -- Goodness, Purity and Sublimity. For there be three to the North -- Meditation, Happiness, Strength. For there be three to the South -- Constancy, Pleasantry and Wisdom.
For their Four and Twenty Crowns are their respective Consummations.
For there is no musick in flats and sharps which are not in God's natural key. For where Accusation takes the place of encouragement a man of Genius is driven to act the vices of a fool.
For the Devil can set a house on fire, when the inhabitants find combustibles. For the old account of time is the true -- Decr 28th -- -- -- For Faith as a grain of mustard seed is to believe, as I do, that an Eternity is such in respect to the power and magnitude of Almighty God.
For there is a dream from the adversary which is terror.
For the phenomenon of dreaming is not of one solution, but many. For Eternity is like a grain of mustard as a growing body and improving spirit. For the malignancy of fire is oweing to the Devil's hiding of light, till it became visible darkness.
For the Life of God is in the body of man and his spirit in the Soul. For there was no rain in Paradise because of the delicate construction of the spiritual herbs and flowers. For the Scotchman seeks for truth at the bottom of a well, the Englishman in the Heavn of Heavens.
For there is no profit in the generation of man and the loss of millions is not worth God's tear. For to worship naked in the Rain is the bravest thing for the refreshing and purifying the body. For Tully says to be generous you must be first just, but the voice of Christ is distribute at all events.
For Kittim is the father of the Pygmies, God be gracious to Pigg his family. For the Soul is divisible and a portion of the Spirit may be cut off from one and applied to another. For Jacob's Ladder are the steps of the Earth graduated hence to Paradice and thence to the throne of God.
For a good wish is well but a faithful prayer is an eternal benefit. For an IDEA is the mental vision of an object. For Lock supposes that an human creature, at a given time may be an atheist i. For it is not lawful to sell poyson in England any more than it is in Venice, the Lord restrain both the finder and receiver.
For the Gaullic manuscripts fell into the hands of the inventors of printing.
For all the inventions of man, which are good, are the communications of Almighty God. For all the stars have satellites, which are terms under their respective words.
For tiger is a word and his satellites are Griffin, Storgis, Cat and others. For my talent is to give an Impression upon words by punching, that when the reader casts his eye upon 'em, he takes up the image from the mould which I have made.
For JOB was the son of Issachar and patience is the child of strength. For the names of the months are false -- the Hebrew appellatives are of God. For the Time of the Lord's temptation was in early youth and imminent danger.
For an equivocal generation is a generation and no generation.For christopher must slay the Dragon with a pheon’s head.
Let Talmai rejoice with Alcedo, who makes a cradle for its young, which is rock’d by the winds. For they have seperated me and my bosom, whereas the right comes by setting us together.
Christopher Smart was born on April 11, in Shipbourne, Kent, England. His father, a steward on the estate of Lord Vane, died when Smart was eleven. Smart attended the Durham School and was later educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge University, where he was well known for his Latin verses.
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From the poem Jubilate Agno by Christopher Smart, who was in an insane asylum when he wrote it and containing a delightful sense of madness.
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