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( 10 jo The spoils of Ilion shall thy loss requite, Whenever thy Jove's decree our conquering powers Shall humble to the dust her lofty towers. Then thus the king: Shall I my prize resign With tame content, and thou possess'd of thine: Great as thou art, and like a god in fight, Think not to rob me of a soldier's right: 170 At thy demand shall I restore the maid: First let the just equivalent be paid; Such as a king might ask ; and let it be A treasure worthy her, and worthy me; Or grant me this, or with a monarch's claimi, This hand shall seize some other captive dame. - The mighty Ajax prize resign, Ulysses spoils, or een thy own be mine. The man who suffers, loudly may complain; And rage he may, but he shall rage in vain. 180 But this when time requires—It now remains We launch a bark to plough the Watery plains,