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" Think, from some powerful foe thou seest him fly, And beg protection with a feeble cry. Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise ; He hears his son still lives to glad his eyes ; And, hearing, still may hope a better day May send him thee, to chase... "
Greek exercises - Page 188
by William Neilson - 1834
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The Whole Poetical Works of Alexander Pope ...: Including His Translations ...

Alexander Pope - 1804 - 479 pages
...beg protection with a feeble cry. Yet dill One cdmfort in hit foul may rife ; He hears 1m fun dill lives to glad his eyes; And, hearing, still may hope a better day 0 rj ftlay fend him thee, to chafe that foe away. No comfort to my griefs, no hopes, remain : The bed,...
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The Iliad, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - 1807 - 568 pages
...state; 605 Think, from some powerful foe thou see'st him fly, And beg protection with a feeble cry. Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise; He hears...his eyes ; And hearing, still may hope a better day 6lO May send him thee, to chase that foe away. No comfort to my griefs, no hopes remain, The best,...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper;: Pope's Homer's ...

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1810 - 760 pages
...peaceful state; Think, from some powerful foe thou sec'st him fly, And beg protection with a feeble cry. Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise ; He hears...hopes, remain : The best, the bravest, of my sons are slain ! Yet what a race ! ere Greece to Ilion came, The pledge of many a lov'd and loving dame...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper, Volume 19

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810 - 770 pages
...protection with a feeble cry. Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise; , He bears his, son still Ijves to glad his eyes; And,- hearing, still may hope a...hopes, remain : The best, the bravest, of my sons are slain ! Yet what a race ! ere Greece to Ilion came, The pledge of many a lov'd and loving dame...
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Greek Exercises: In Syntax, Ellipsis, Dialects, Prosody, and Metaphrasis: to ...

William Neilson - Greek language - 1810 - 196 pages
...peaceful state ; Think, from some powerful foe thou see'st him fly-, And beg protection with a feeble cry. Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise ; He hears...still may hope a better day May send him thee, to chace that foe away. Нтгои T* <гфи evKTirs StWOiriDy tu Ja;, H m x< œtrraiv Ct^o?...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper, Volume 19

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810 - 770 pages
...peaceful state; Think, from some powerful foe thou see'st him fly, And beg prelection with a feeble cry. Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise; He hears...his son still lives to glad his eyes ; And, hearing, stilt may hope a better day May send him thce, to chase that foe away. No comfort to my griefs, no...
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The Gallery of Pictures Painted by Benjamin West Esqr. Historical Painter ...

Benjamin West - Engraving - 1820 - 70 pages
...peaceful state ; Think, from some powerful foe thou see'st him fly, And beg protection with a feeble cry. Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise ; He hears...no hopes remain, The best, the bravest of my sons are slain ! Yet what a race ! ere Greece to Ilion came, The pledge of many a loved and loving dame...
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The Works of the Greek and Roman Poets, Volume 2

Greek literature - 1813
...state ; Think, from some powerful foe thon see'st him fly", And beg protection with a feeble cry". Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise ; He hears...no hopes remain, The best, the bravest, of my sons are slain ! Yet what a race ! ere Greece to Ilion came, The pledge of many a lo v'd and loving dame...
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The British poets, including translations, Volume 82

British poets - 1822 - 348 pages
...peaceful state; Think, from some powerful foe thou seest him fly, And beg protection with a feeble cry. Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise ; He hears...no hopes remain, The best, the, bravest, of my sons are slain! Yet what a race! ere Greece to Ilion came, The pledge of many a loved and loving dame :...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Lives of the Authors, Volume 41

Ezekiel Sanford - English poetry - 1822
...peaceful state; Think, from some powerful foe thou seest him fly, And beg protection with a feeble cry. Yet still one comfort in his soul may rise ; He hears...no hopes remain, The best, the bravest, of my sons are slain ! Yet what a race ! ere Greece to Ilion came, The pledge of many a lov'd and loving dame:...
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