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A General History of Ireland, in Its Antient and Modern State - Page 142
by John Angel - 1781
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The Iliad, tr. by mr. Pope. [With notes partly by W. Broome. Preceded by] An ...

Homerus - 1721
...heart partakes the gen'rous Heftor's pain 5 Heltar, whofe zeal whole hecatombs has flain, iifWhofe grateful fumes the Gods receiv'd with joy: From Ida's fummits, and the tow"rs of Trey .Now fee him flying ! to his fears refign'd, And fate, and fierce AMlts, clofe behind. Confult,...
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The Iliad, tr. by mr. Pope. [With notes partly by W. Broome. Preceded by] An ...

Homerus - 1756
...engages tha Cods in debates. My My heart partakes the gen'rous U, fist's, pain ; HeSor, whofc 2eal whole hecatombs has flain, Whofe grateful fumes the Gods receiv'd with joy, 225 From Uas fummits, and the tow'rs of Troy : Now fee him flying ! to his fears refign'd, And Fate,...
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The Iliad of Homer, Volume 6

Homer - 1720
...heav'n^ Behold, inglorious round yon' city driv'n! My heart partakes the gen'rous Hetfors pain; Iletfor, whofe zeal whole hecatombs has flain, Whofe grateful...with joy, From Ida's fummits, and the tow'rs of Troy .-226 ^. 218. Toe gazing Gods lean forward from the Jky.] We have here an inftance of the great judgment...
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Extracts from mr. Pope's translation corresponding with The beauties of ...

Homerus - 1776
...belov'd of heav'n, Behold, inglorious round yon' city driv'n "! My heart partakes the gen'rous Hector's pain : Hector, whofe zeal whole hecatombs has flain,...with joy, From Ida's fummits, and the tow'rs of Troy : •' Now fee him flying, to his fears .refign'd:; ' And Fate, and fierce Achilles, clofe behind....
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The Works of the English Poets: Pope's Homer

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...Heaven, Behold, inglorious round yon city driven ! My heart partakes the generous Hector's pain ; Heftor, whofe zeal whole hecatombs has flain, Whofe grateful fumes the Gods receiv'd with joy, 115 From Ida's fummits, and the towers of Troy :. Now fee him flying ! to his fears ref:gn'd, And Fate,...
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A General History of Ireland: In Its Antient and Modern State. On a New and ...

John Angel - 1781
...belov'd of heav'n, Behold, inglorious round yon city driv'n ! My heart partakes the gen'rous Hector's pain ; Hector, whofe zeal whole hecatombs has flain...Gods receiv'd with joy, From Ida's fummits and the tow'rsof Troy. POPE'S ILIAD. B. XXII. COUNTY of ARMAGH. The county of Armagh is bounded by Louth on...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by ...

English poets - 1790
...Heaven, Behold, inglorious round yon city driven ! My heart partakes the generous Heftor's pain ; Heftor, whofe zeal whole hecatombs has flain, Whofe grateful fumes the Gods receiv'd with joy, 22^ From Ida's fummits, and the towers of Troy : Now fee him flying ! to his fears refign'd, And Fate,...
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The Iliad of Homer: Translated by Alexander Pope, Esq. A new edition, with ...

Homer, Alexander Pope, Gilbert Wakefield - 1796
...The gods came downward to behold the wars, Sharp'ning their f1ghts, and leaning from their ftars. . . Whofe grateful fumes the Gods receiv'd with joy, From Ida's fummits, and the tow'rs of Troy : 226 Now fee him flying! to his fears ref1gn'd, And Fate, and fierce Achilles, clofe behind. Confult,...
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