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Page 131 - Now in swift flight they pass the trench profound, And many a chief lay gasping on the ground: Then stopp'd and panted, where the chariots lie Fear on their cheek, and horror in their eye. Meanwhile, awaken'd from his dream of love...
Page 185 - Once sons of Mars, and thunderbolts of war! Ah! yet be mindful of your old renown, Your great forefathers
Page 103 - Jove, awaking, shook the blest abodes With rising wrath, and tumbled gods on gods; Me chief he sought, and from the realms on high Had hurl'd indignant to the nether sky, But gentle Night, to whom I fled for aid, (The friend of earth and heaven,) her wings display'd; Impower'd the wrath of gods and men to tame, Even Jove revered the venerable dame.
Page 183 - Too long Jove lull'd us with lethargic charms, But now in peals of thunder calls to arms : In this great day he crowns our full desires, Wakes all our force, and seconds all our fires.
Page 105 - That roar through hell, and bind th' invoking gods : Let the great parent earth one hand sustain, And stretch the other o'er the sacred main : Call the black Titans, that with Chronos dwell, To hear and witness from the depths of hell; 310 That she, my loved-one, shall be ever mine, The youngest Grace, Pasithae the divine." The queen assents, and from th...
Page 123 - Ilioneus receiv'd the Spear, Ilioneus, his Father's only Care: (Phorbas the rich, of all the Trojan Train Whom Hermes lov'd, and taught the Arts of Gain ) Full in his Eye the Weapon chanc'd to fall, And from the Fibres scoop'd the rooted Ball, Drove thro' the Neck, and hurl'd him to the Plain; He lifts his miserable Arms in vain!
Page 98 - Breast the Zone unbrac'd, With various Skill and high Embroid'ry grac'd. In this was ev'ry Art, and ev'ry Charm, To win the...
Page 171 - They join, they throng, they thicken at his call, And flank the navy with a brazen wall; Shields touching shields, in order blaze above, And stop the Trojans, though impell'd by Jove.