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13 line Antilochus appear arms Atrides avenging betray'd bosom bride brother CEnone charms Colchian Colchos Corinth Creon Creusa crimes cruel dar'd daughter Deign'd despis'd Dolon doom'd Dryden e'er seem sweet epistle eyes pursue fears feigned fiery bulls fleece fond frantick Gaudy with gold gods gold he shone Grecian heifer grief heart Hecate Hector Hecuba Helen hop'd my aid husband Iliad injur'd Jason kiss labours Laertes left a girl limbs line 13 line 9 liv'd maid Medea Menelaus mournful Mycene night nymph o'er opprest Ovid Ovid's Page 29 line Paris Patroclus Pelias Priam's Protesilaus prow Pylos reign restore sav'd Scarce shore sire Sisyphus compare sleep sorrow sword tears teize read teaze tender thee Theseus thine thou thought pretend thy grandsire's thy lov'd Tlepolemus toils tongue translator trembling Trojan Troy Ulysses vows walls waves wealth of Sisyphus wherefore widow'd wife winds woes wound Xanthus youth
Page 61 - Your piety has paid All needful rites, to rest my wand'ring shade; But cruel fate, and my more cruel wife, To Grecian swords betray'd my sleeping life. These are the monuments of Helen's love: The shame I bear below, the marks I bore above. You know in what deluding joys we pass'd The night that was by Heav'n decreed our last: For, when the fatal horse, descending down, Pregnant with arms, o'erwhelm'd th...
Page 66 - Look, where he comes ! Not poppy, nor mandragora, Nor all the drowsy syrups of the world, Shall ever medicine thee to that sweet sleep Which thou ow'dst yesterday.
Page 61 - His blotted form, and blushing to be known; And therefore first began: "O Teucer's race, Who durst thy faultless figure thus deface? What heart could wish, what hand inflict, this dire disgrace?
Page 61 - Whose face and limbs were one continued wound: Dishonest, with lopp'd arms, the youth appears, Spoil'd of his nose, and shorten'd of his ears. He scarcely knew him, striving to disown His blotted form, and blushing to be known; And therefore first began: "O Teucer's race, Who durst thy faultless figure thus deface?
Page 5 - ... fond bosom as the icy plain : But to chaste love some god protection gives, Troy lies in ashes, and my husband lives. The Greeks return, at blazing altars bend, Barbaric spoils to Grecian gods suspend...
Page 15 - I remember where a poplar stands, That bears a record graven by your hands; Live poplar thou upon the margin green, Thou, on whose rugged bark these lines are seen ; 'When Paris bears CEnone to forsake, Back to his fountain head shall Xanthus make j Haste back, O Xanthns, and ye waters turn, Paris has left the widow'd nymph to mourn.
Page 14 - Who shew'd you thickets fittest for the chace, To craggy dens the savage brood to trace ? Oft by your side your meshy toils I rear'd, ' Oft o'er the mountain tops your dogs I cheer'd. You bade the wounded beech a word retain Read, and rever'd by every passing swain; As the trunk grows, still grows...