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( 14 ) 'Tis mine to threaten: prince, and thine to fear. 240 - Know, if the god the beauteous dame demand, My bark shall waft her to her native land; But then prepare, imperious princel prepare, Fierce as thou art, to yield thy captive fair: E’em in thy tent I'll seize the blooming prize, Thy loved Briesis with the radiant cyes: Hence shalt thou prove my might, and curse the hour - Thou stood'st the rival of imperial power: And hence to all our host it shall be known, - " That kings are subject to the gods alone. 250 Achilles heard, with grief and rage oppress'd, His heart swell'd high, and labour'd in his breast, Distracting thoughts by turns his bosom rul’d, Now fir’d by wrath, and now by reason cool’d: That prompts his hand to draw the deadly sword Force thro' the Greeks, and pierce their haughty lord,