The hymns of Callimachus, tr. into Engl. verse, with notes. To which are added, Select epigrams, and the Coma Berenices of the same author, six hymns of Orpheus, and the Encomium of Ptolemy by Theocritus, by W. Dodd
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Admetus Æneid Æther altar amongst antient beautiful behold Berenice birth blest bright Cabir called Callimachus Ceres Chariclo Cherubim Clare-hall Cyclops Cyrene daughter deity Delos Deucalion divine Dodona dread earth emblem encrease Epigram expression eyes fable fair fame father fays fense fire give glory Goddess Gods golden Greek Hail hath head heathen heaven Hebrew hence holy Homer honour hymn to Apollo hymn to Diana immortal Jehovah Jove Jove's Juno Jupiter king labour Latona learned lines Lord Macrobius mighty Minerva Moon mother mountain Mythology nymphs o'er observed oracles original Ovid Pallas particular passage Pausanias Peneus Pindar plain poet pow'r prophet Ptolemy queen quod reader reason refer remarkable round sacred scholiast scripture seems shew signifies solar light Spanheim speaks tells temple thee Theocritus things thou thro tion translation true Virgil virgin whence word worship
Page 18 - Behold, the eye of the LORD is upon them that fear him, Upon them that hope in his mercy ; To deliver their soul from death, And to keep them alive in famine.
Page 185 - Tho' mark'd by none but quick poetic eyes; (So Rome's great founder to the heav'ns withdrew, To Proculus alone confess'd in view) A sudden star, it shot thro' liquid air, And drew behind a radiant trail of hair.
Page 35 - I sleep, but my heart waketh: it is the voice of my beloved that knocketh, saying: Open to me, my sister, my love, my dove, my undefiled: for my head is filled with dew, and my locks with the drops of the night.
Page 70 - That our garners may be full and plenteous with all manner of store ; that our sheep may bring forth thousands, and ten thousands in our streets ; 14 That our oxen may be strong to labour ; that there be no decay, no leading into captivity, and no complaining in our streets.
Page 7 - And Moses took the rod from before the LORD, as he commanded him. And Moses and Aaron gathered the congregation together before the rock, and he said unto them, Hear now, ye rebels; must we fetch you water out of this rock?
Page 152 - Then Gideon took ten men of his servants, and did as the LORD had said unto him : and so it was, because he feared his father's household, and the men of the city, that he could not do it by day, that he did it by night.
Page 123 - And Shem and Japheth took a garment, and laid it upon both their shoulders, and went backward, and covered the nakedness of their father ; and their faces were backward, and they saw not...
Page 20 - from me vanity and lies ; give me neither poverty nor " riches, feed me with food convenient for me : left I be " full, and deny thee, and fay, Who is the Lord ? or left " I be poor, and fteal, and take the name of my God in " vain," On the fame thing is founded the advice of Solomon, with regard to the fin of fenfuality : Proverbs xxiii.