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" Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the sword? What cause have I to war at thy decree? The distant Trojans never injured me... "
Blackwood's Magazine - Page 352
1840
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The Iliad, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - 1807 - 568 pages
...assuage. Inglorious slave to interest, ever join'd 1Q5 With frand, unworthy of a royal mind! What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush,...I to war at thy decree? The distant Trojans never injur'd me; 400 To Fhthia's realms no hostile troops they led, Safe in her vales my warlike coursers...
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The poets of Great Britain complete from Chaucer to Churchill, Volume 41

John Bell - 1807 - 470 pages
...interest, ever join'd 195 * With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind ! ' Whatgen'rous Greek, ohedient'to thy word, * Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the...to war at thy decree ? ' The distant Trojans never injur'd me : 200 ' To Phthia's realms no hostile troops they led, ' Safe in her vales my warlike coursers...
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The Iliad of Homer, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - 1808 - 560 pages
...lift the sword ? What canse have I to war at thy decree ? Die distant Trojans never injur'd me : 200 To Phthia's realms no hostile troops they led, Safe in her vales my warlike coursers fed ; Far hence remov'd, the hoarse-resounding maio, AaU walls of rocks, secure my native reign, Whose frttltfiil soli...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 19

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810 - 770 pages
...pride ! Inglorious slave to interest, ever join'd With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind ! What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the sword ' Whit cause have I to war at thy decree? The distant Trojans never injur'd me : To Phtbia's realms...
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The Works of the Greek and Roman Poets, Volume 1, Part 1

Greek literature - 1813 - 350 pages
...pride ! Inglorious slave to interest, ever join'd With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind ! What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush,...The distant Trojans never injured me: To Phthia's reahus no hostile troops they led : Safe in her vales my warlike coursers fed ; Far hence remov'd,...
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The Works of the Greek and Roman Poets, Volume 1

English literature - 1813 - 352 pages
...pride ! Inglorioas slave to interest, ever join'd With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind ! What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the sword t What cause have I to war at thy decree ? The distant Trojans never injur'd me : To Phthia's reahus...
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Archaeologia Graeca, Or the Antiquities of Greece, Volume 1

John Potter - 1818 - 626 pages
...AX*'(flTVhat cause have I to war at thy decree ? The distant Trojans never injur'd me : To Phtbia's realms no hostile troops they led, Safe in her vales my warlike coursers fed ; Far hence remov'd the hoarse resounding main, And walls of rocks secure my native reign. Whose fruitful soil...
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Archaeologia Graeca, or The antiquities of Greece. To which is ..., Volume 2

John Potter (abp. of Canterbury.) - 1818 - 618 pages
...TOT' It Qt'ir, i^o&'^atxi fistriaveigri Kafrit iinXw1 * not, ftiy' iruiHii, lip lr<ra/af, Sf^m av What cause have I to war at thy decree ? The distant Trojans never injur'd me : To Pbtbia's realms no hostile troops they led, Safe in her vales my warlike coursers fed...
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Archaeologia Graeca: Or, The Antiquities of Greece, Volume 2

John Potter - Greece - 1818 - 616 pages
...l;iu>.XXI /JTln4{>l TI fftai9Tett $K.*.nffffu. n nsffftx tu, Z pay it.va.itii, aft leriptf , "\Vhat cause have I to war at thy decree ? The distant Trojans never injur'd me : To Phthia's realms no hostile troops they led, Safe in her vale* my warlike coursers fed...
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The British poets, including translations, Volume 81

British poets - Classical poetry - 1822 - 304 pages
...pride! Inglorious slave to interest, ever join'd With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind! What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush,...thy decree ? The distant Trojans never injured me : 2. G ' To Phthia's realms no hostile troops they led: Safe in her vales my warlike coursers fed;...
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