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From Letter XXIV45244524    The above fragments are from Cosmas Indicopleustes: the Greek in Migne xxvi. 1432, sqq..—(For 352.)

And at that time when they went forth and crossed over Egypt, their enemies were the sport of the sea; but now, when we pass over 550from earth to Heaven, Satan himself henceforth falls like lightning from Heaven.


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