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JERUSALEM.* FLUSH'D with her crimes, and swoln with impious pride, Rebellious Judah still her God defied: Then on Isaiah's eye prophetic rose .' The lengthen'd vision of her future woes; Then, with his country's gathering fate imprest, The sacred fervour labouting in his breast, Against the guilty race hi? kindling lyre Breath'd the deep vengeance of th' Almighty's ire. "Hear,? 0 ye Heavens, and thou, 0 Earth, give ear, "And trembling shrink the awful sounds to hear ! This Poem ob?ined tim Clumeellor's Medul at the Cambridge Coin- m?ement July, 1817. B