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" And freely tell us what he was, and whence: What news he could impart, we long to know, And what to credit from a captive foe. "His fear at length dismiss'd, he said: 'Whate'er My fate ordains, my words shall be sincere: I neither can nor dare my birth... "
German Museum: Or Monthly Repository of the Literature of Germany, the North ... - Page 21
1800
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The Works of Virgil: Containing His Pastorals, Georgics, and Aeneis, Volume 3

Virgil, John Dryden - 1721 - 1043 pages
...Defence, And freely tell us what he was, and whence: .What News he cou'd impart, we long to know, p^ And what to credit from a captive Foe. His Fear at length difmifs'd, he faid, whate'er My Fate ordains, rr.y Words lhall be fincere: I neither can, nor dare...
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The Works of Virgil: Containing His Pastorals, Georgics, and Aeneis, Volume 1

Virgil, John Dryden - Aeneas (Legendary character) - 1721 - 1043 pages
...Defence, And freely tell us what he was, and whence: What News he cou'd impart, we long to know, jy And what to credit from a captive Foe. His Fear at length difmifs'd, he fiid, whate'er My Fate ordains, my Words fhall be fincere: I neither can, nor dare my...
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The Works of the English Poets: Virgil, trans. by Dryden

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...defence, And freely tell us what he was, and whence: What news he could impart, we long to know, 95 And what to credit from a captive foe. His fear at length difinifs'd, he faid, whate'er My fate ordains, my words fhall be fincere: I neither can, nor dare,...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 12

English poetry - 1795
...die. We cheer r.he youth to make his own defence^ And freely tell us what he was, and whence : A'hat news he could impart, we long to know, And what to credit from a captive foe. His fear at length difmifs'il, he faid, whate'er My fiwe ordain?, my words (hall be fmcere : [ neither can, nor dare,...
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Dryden. Smyth. Duke. King. Sprat. Halifax

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1800
...pafflons die. We chear the youth to make his own defence, And freely tell us what he was, and whence : What news he could impart, we long to know, And what to credit from captive foe. His fear at length difmifi d, be Cud, whatever My fate ordains, my words (hall be Cr.ccrt...
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The works of Virgil, Volume 2

Virgil, John Carey, Knightly Chetwood - 1803
...defence, And freely tell us what he was, and whence: What news he could impart, we long to know, 95 And what to credit from a captive foe. His fear at...disclaim: Greece is my country, Sinon is my name. 100 Though plung'd by Fortune's pow'r in misery, . 'Tis not in Fortune's pow'r to make me lie. If any...
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The works of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland. With prefaces ...

Great Britain - 1804
...paflions die. We chear the youth to make his own defence, And freely tell us what he was, and whence : What news he could impart, we long to know, And what to credit from a captive foe. His fear at length difmifs'd, he faid, whate'er My fate ordains, my words (hall be fincere : I neither can, nor dare,...
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The Works of Virgil, Volume 2

Virgil - Aeneas (Legendary character) - 1806
...foe. His fear at length dismiss 'd, he said, " Whate'er My fate ordains, my words shall be sincere : T neither can nor dare my birth disclaim : Greece is my country, Sinon is my name. 100 Though plung'd by Fortune's pow'r in misery, 'Tis not in Fortune's pow'r to make me lie. If any...
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The poets of Great Britain complete from Chaucer to Churchill

John Bell - History - 1807
...defence, And freely tell us what he was, and whence : What news he could impart, we long to know, 95 And what to credit from a captive foe. His fear at length dismiss d,he said, ' Whate'cr ' My fate ordains, my words shall he sincere : ' I neither can, nor dare,...
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The works of John Dryden: now first collected in eighteen volumes, Volume 14

John Dryden - 1808
...to know, And what to credit from a captive foe. His fear at length dismissed, he said, "Whate'cr My fate ordains, my words shall be sincere : I neither...disclaim ; Greece is my country, Sinon is my name. Though plunged by Fortune's power in misery, 'Tis not in Fortune's power to make me lie. If any chance has...
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