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( & ) The monarch started from his shining throne; Black cholor fill'd his breast that boil'd with ire, And from his eye-balls flash'd the living fire, 130 Augur aecmrs',!!“demotincing mischief still, Prophe, of plagues, for ever boding ill Still must that tongue some wounding inessage bring, And still thy priestly pride provoke thy king 2 For this are Phoehns' oracles explor’d, To teach the Greeks to marinur at their lord? For this with falsehoods is my honour stain'd, Is Heaven offended, and a priest profaned; Because my prize, my beauteous maid I i. And beavenly charms preser to proffer'd goid ? $4) A maid, unmatch'd in männcro as in sage, Skill'd in each art, and crowned with every grace; Not halfso dear were Clytaemnestra's charms, When first her blooding beauties bless'dmyarius