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" False tears true pity move; the king commands To loose his fetters, and unbind his hands: Then adds these friendly words: 'Dismiss thy fears; Forget the Greeks; be mine as thou wert theirs. But truly tell, was it for force or guile, Or some religious... "
German Museum: Or Monthly Repository of the Literature of Germany, the North ... - Page 89
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The Eclogues, Volume 1

Virgil - 1872
...truth can claim desert, 195 Ye Trojans, from an injured wretch avert.' False tears true pity move : the king commands To loose his fetters, and unbind...words : ' Dismiss thy fears : • Forget the Greeks : he mine as thou wert theirs : But truly tell, was it for force or guile, 201 ' Ye lamps of heav'n...
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The Works of Virgil

Virgil - 1877 - 492 pages
...and truth can claim desert, Ye Trojans, from an injured wretch avert ! False tears true pity move : the king commands To loose his fetters, and unbind his hands ; Then adds these friendly words : i' Dismiss thy fears; 200 Forget the Greeks ; be mine as thou wert theirs ; But truly tell, was it...
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The Works of Virgil

Virgil - Latin poetry - 1881 - 425 pages
...and truth can claim desert, Ye Trojans, from an injur'd wretch avert." False tears true pity move : the king commands To loose his fetters, and unbind...force or guile, Or some religious end, you rais'd the pile?" Thus said the king : He, full of fraudful arts, This well-invented tale for truth imparts...
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English Synonymes Explained in Alphabetical Order: With Copious ...

George Crabb - English language - 1881 - 856 pages
...the most diametrically opposed to, and at the greatest possible distance from, that which is false. Was it for force or guile, Or some religious end, you rais'd Uiis pile ? DBYDEK. TO DECEIVE, DELUDE, IMPOSE UPON. DECEIVE, in French décevoir, Latin det-ipio,...
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Virgil's Ćneid, tr. by J. Dryden

Publius Vergilius Maro - 1884
...and truth can claim desert, Ye Trojans, from an injured wretch avert.' False tears true pity move ; the king commands To loose his fetters and unbind...theirs. But truly tell, was it for force or guile, Thus said the king. He, full of fraudful arts, Or some religious end, you raised this pile ?' This...
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Virgil's Ćneid

Virgil - 1886 - 319 pages
...and truth can claim desert. Ye Trojans, from an in;ured wreteh avert.' Falsc tears true pity move ; the king commands To loose his fetters and unbind...friendly words : ' Dismiss thy fears, Forget the Greeks ; bc mine as thou wert theirs. }ˇt:t truly tell, was ú for foree or guile, Or sume religious end,...
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Virgil's Ćneid, Volume 13

Virgil - Aeneas (Legendary character) - 1909 - 432 pages
...and truth can claim desert, Ye Trojans, from an injur'd wretch avert.' "False tears true pity move; the king commands To loose his fetters, and unbind...force or guile, Or some religious end, you rais'd the pile?' Thus said the king. He, full of fraudful arts, This well-invented tale for truth imparts:...
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The poetical works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1909 - 1056 pages
...and truth can claim desert, Ye Trojans, from an injnr'd wretch avert.' "False tears true pity move; the king commands To loose his fetters, and unbind...fears; Forget the Greeks; be mine as thou wert theirs. 200 But truly tell, was it for force or guile, Or some religious end, you rais'd the pile ? ' Thus...
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The poetical works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1909 - 1056 pages
...and truth can claim desert, Ye Trojans, from an injur'd wretch avert.' " False tears true pity move; the king commands To loose his fetters, and unbind...' Dismiss thy fears; Forget the Greeks; be mine as tbou wert theirs. к» But truly tell, was it for force or guile, Or some religious end, you rais'd...
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The poetical works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1909 - 1056 pages
...and truth can claim desert, Ye Trojans, from an injur'd wretch avert.* " False tears true pity move; the king commands To loose his fetters, and unbind his hands: Then adds these friendly words: ' Dismisa thy fears; Forget the Greeks; be mine as thou wert theirs. 100 But truly tell, was it for...
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