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( 6 ) Chalcas the wise, the Grecian priest and guide, That sacred secr, whose comprehensive view. The past, ihe present, and the future knew. Upoising slow, the venerable sage Thus spoke the prudeuce and the fears of age: Belov'd of Jove, Achilles' wouldst thou know Why angry Pho, bus bends his fatal bow ’ First give thy faith, and plight a prince's sword Of sure protection, by thy power and sword. 100 For I must speak what wisdom world conceal, And truths, invidious to the great, reveal, Bold is the task, when subjects, grown too wiمن ق Instruct a monarch where his error lies; For though we deem the short-lived fury past, 'Tis sure, the mighty will revenge at last. To whom Pelidos: From thy inmost soul Speak what thou know'st, and speak without eontrol, - E’en by that god I swear, who rules the day,