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( 11 ) And waft the sacrifice to Chrysa's shores, With chosen pilots and with labouring oars; Soon shall the fair the sable ship ascend, And some deputed prince the charge attend; This Creta's king, or Ajax shall sulfill, Or wise Ulysses see perform'd our will; Or, if our royal pleasure shall ordain, Achilles self conduct her o’er the main : 190 Let fierce Achilles, dreadful in his rage, The good propitiate, and the pest assuage. At this, Pelides, frowning stern, replied : O tyrant, arm'd with insolence and pride Jnglorious slave to intercst, ever join'd With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind! What generous Grock, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the sword 3 What cause have I to war at thy decree ? The distant Trojans never injur'd ine; 200 To Phthia's realms no hostile troops they led; - Safe in her vales my warlike coursers fed;