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" They went, and found a hospitable race; Not prone to ill, nor strange to foreign guest, They eat, they drink, and Nature gives the feast; The trees around them, all their fruit produce; Lotos, the name; divine, nectareous juice! (Thence call'd Lotophagi)... "
Letters Written During a Ten Years' Residence at the Court of Tripoli ... - Page 23
by Miss Tully - 1819 - 375 pages
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The Odyssey of Homer, Volume 3

Homer - Greek poetry - 1806
...the place. They went, and found a hospitable race; Not prone to ill, nor strange to foreign guest, They eat, they drink, and nature gives the feast; The trees around them, all their fruit produce; 105 Lotos, the name; divine, nectareous juice! (Thence call'd Lotophagi) which whoso tastes, Insatiate...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - 1807
...the place, They went, and found an hospitable race : Not prone to ill, nor strange to foreign guest; They eat, they drink, and nature gives the feast : The trees around them all their food produce; 105 Lotos the name, divine, nectareous juice ! . (Thence call'd Lotophagi), which whoso...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. To which is added, The battle of the frogs and mice

Homerus - 1807 - 476 pages
...the place. They went, and found a hospitable race: Not prone to ill, nor strange to foreign gnest, They eat, they drinK', and nature gives the feast; The trees around them, all their food produce; 105 Lotos, the name; divine, nectarcous juice! (Thence call'd IxitophagiJ; which whoso...
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The Lusiad: Or, The Discovery of India: an Epic Poem, Volume 2

Luís de Camões - Portuguese poetry - 1809
...from the plant Lotus, are thus described by Homer : Not prone to ill, nor strange to foreign guest. They eat, they drink, and Nature gives the feast; The trees around them all their fruit produce; Ix>tos the name; divine, nectareous juice; (Thence called Lotophagi) which whoso tastes, Insatiate...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 19

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1810
...the place. They «rent, and feund a hospitable race; Not prone to ill, nor strange to foreign guest, They eat, they drink, and nature gives the feast; The trees around them all their fruit produce ; iMos, the name; divine, nectareous juice ! (Thence call'd Lotophagi) which whoso tastes, Insatiate...
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The Works of the Greek and Roman Poets, Volume 3

Greek literature - 1813
...the place. They went, and found a hospitable race ; Not prone to ill, nor strange to foreign guest, They eat, they drink, and nature gives the feast; The trees around them, all their fruit produce ; Lot os, the name; divine, uectareous juice! (Thence eall'd Lotophagi) which whoso tastes, Insatiate...
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Facts authentic, in science and religion: designed to illustrate a new tr ...

William Cowherd - 1818
...water found. Then spread nur frugal banquet on the ground : The people there are kind to foreign guest, They eat, they drink, and nature gives the feast; The trees around them all their fuod produce, Lotos the name ; divine nectareous juice ! (Thence called lotophagi) which whoso tastes....
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. To which is added, The battle of the frogs and mice

Homerus - 1818
...place. They went, and found a hospitable race: Not prone to ill. BOT strange to foreign guest, The; eat, they drink, and nature gives the feast ; The trees around them all their food prodnce; 105 Lotos, the name ; divine, nectareous juice ! (Thence call 'd Lotophagi); which whoso...
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Pub. Virgilii Maronis Georgicorum libri quatuor. The Georgicks of Vergil ...

Publius Vergilius Maro - 1819
...»afeo Tí They went, and found a hospitable race : Not prone to ill, nor strange to foreign guest, They eat, they drink, and nature gives the feast ; The trees around them all then- food produce, Lotos the name, divine neetareous juice ! (Thence call'd Lotophagi) which whoso...
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Pomarium Britannicum: An Historical and Botanical Account of Fruits Known in ...

Henry Phillips - Fruit - 1821 - 378 pages
...place. •" : They went, and found a hospitable race ; Not prone to ill, nor strange to foreign guest. They eat, they drink, and nature gives the feast ; . The trees around them all their fruit produce, Lotos the name, divine, nectareous juice! ,;•'{ (Thence called Lotophagi), which whoso tastes, •r...
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