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( 19 ) To calm their passions with the words of age, Slow from his seat arose the Pylian sage, 330 Fxperienc'd Nestor, in persuasion skill'd, Words sweet as homey from his lips distill'd; Two generations now had pass'] ੋy: Wise by his rules, and happy by his sway; Two ages o'er his native realm he reign'd, And now the examples of the third remaiu'd : Allview’d with awe the venerable man, Who thms with mild benevolence began : What shame, what woe is this to grecce: what joy To Troy's proud monarch, and the friends of Troy 34り Thai adverse gods commit to stern debate The best, the bravest of the Grecian state. Young as ye are, this youthful heart restrain, Nor think your Nestor's years and wisdom vain. A god-like race of heroes once I knew, - Such as no more these aged eyes shall view