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The angels (and espacially those in plate 14, s ng ther,') y be uy ci pfs of the e t tctive qu. a no film, filmy c, w g on fther-bed w, or smothe He the utm ot of wer the heavey glo they play; , and g d spng d tt the ec dency, he happily abnt, not the epble n d for a love of the Goc fo of u, edt enok we see ose fo everhe rightly mining th e t's n- ceptions, e nat bth of s With e e of ge, he h even dud a GotMc e M e d of the woMppMg up pla 1, the sha wMch the so of woMp is now for ever emboed for . It probably the e tention of szing the sen piety of Job der h affliction, that a simil b is stffi en poing i heavenw the foh pla, whe the mn of foow close at one other's hee. We may, perMps, even nject tMt the shape!s bgs, e rode pa c, wMch ov those scenes of the &a wMch fer the d dkeng of Job's so have been trodud fos sestive of er d the shuttg out of hope. Evewhe tughout the es we meet with edenc of Gothic feeg. Such the recesd sele d en of t in plate 2, much the spit of Oma; the dove chr of the s pla 12; the athan d hoth plate 15, ud a mv medon or g; the try, wn always they might c wwork of old chk her s of the e d may be fod the curio so of pt chber, shong the them of oue, in which Job &s Ms daughters in plate 20;