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( 18 ) On the bare mountains left its parent tree; This sceptre, form'd by temper'd steel to prove An ensign of the delegates of Jqve, From whom the power of laws and justice springs (Tremendous oath l inviolate to kings): By this I swear, when hleeding Greece again Shall call Achilles, she shall call in vain. When fush’d with slaughter, Hector coroes to spread The purpled shore with mountains of the dead, o - 320 Then shalt thou mourn th’ affront thy madness gave; Forced to deplore, when impotent to save : Then rage in bitterness of Soul, to know This act has made the bravest Greek thy foe. He spoke: and furious hurl’d against the ground His sceptre starr'd with golden studs around; Then sternly silent sat. With like disdain The raging king return'd his frowns again.