Once the ballet runs out of adversaries, the saint bethinks himself of England's plight and rides off in triumph to quell what foes may still remain to her [listen - track 7, 4: 59-5: 55].
Since this is mock-epic, however, when offering homage to his hero, Garth is led to bethink himself of epic, particularly of the Aeneid, and to attempt to appropriate; but the results are hardly impressive.
I know not whether these ancestors of mine bethought themselves to repent, and ask pardon of Heaven for their cruelties; or whether they are now groaning under the heavy consequences of them, in another state of being.
If you bethink yourself of any crime Unrecoucil'd as yet to heaven a d grace, Solicit for it straight…
Verily, many of them once lifted their legs like the dancer; to them winked the laughter of my wisdom: - then did they bethink themselves .
I bethought myself to ask the rider whither - and I a mere beast!