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Subject: GREAT BRITAIN - POPISH PLOT (1678-80)
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ABSALOM AND ACHITOPHEL, by JOHN DRYDEN    Poem Text             Recitation     Poet's Biography
First Line: In pious times, ere priest-craft did begin
Last Line: And willing nations knew their lawful lord.
Variant Title(s): Absalom And Achitophel: A Poem
Subject(s): Charles Ii, King Of England (1630-1685); Conspiracy; Cooper, Anthony (1621-1683); Great Britain - Popish Plot (1678-80); Hyde, Lawrence. 1st Earl Of Rochester; James Ii, King Of Scotland (1430-1460); Jews; Politics & Government; Scott, James. Duke Of Mon

ABSALOM AND ACHITOPHEL: PART 2 (IN POEM BY NAHUM TATE), by JOHN DRYDEN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Next these, a troop of busy spirits press
Last Line: And for my foes may this their blessing be, %to talk like doeg and to write like thee
Subject(s): Great Britain - Popish Plot (1678-80); Pordage, Samuel (1633-1691); Settle, Elkanah (1648-1724); Shadwell, Thomas (1642-1692)

ABSALOM AND ACHITOPHEL; THE SECOND PART, by NAHUM TATE    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Since men, like beasts, each other's prey were made
Last Line: Their error and obeyed their lord
Subject(s): Charles Ii, King Of England (1630-1685); Cooper, Anthony (1621-1683); Durfort De Duras, Louis (1641-1709); Fitzroy, Henry. 1st Duke Of Grafton; Great Britain - Popish Plot (1678-80); Legge, George. 1st Baron Dartmouth; Somerset, Henry. 3d Marquis Of Worc