to fall back or rather to creep back so poorly as it seems the multitude would to thir once abjur'd and detested thraldom of Kingship, to be our selves the slanderers of our own just and religious deeds, though don by som to covetous and ambitious ends, yet not therefore to be staind with their infamie, or they to asperse the integritie of others, and yet these now by revolting from the conscience of deeds welldon both in church and state, to throw away and forsake, or rather to betray a just and noble cause .
Four lines later, Milton's disapproving eye is still firmly fixed on the Presbyterians as he reviles them for revolting (drawing back from) the progressive march of Reformation 'when truth would set them free'.
The Presbyterians are Milton's target throughout Sonnet XII, even when he speaks of revolting and licence.
comic book for students--revolting
in its tortuous graphic and typographical design, revolting
in its charmless foreigners' English, revolting
in its gratuitous pornographic imagery, and revolting
in much else besides must surely mark a low point in Rem Koolhaas's relentless campaign of self-promotion.