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* ·鳄” ( 30 ) The Greeks to know the curse of such a king Let Agamemnon lift bis haughty head O'er all his wide dominion of the dead, And mourn in blood, that e'er he durst disgrace The boldest warrior of the Grecian race. Unilappy son l (fair Thetis thus replies, While tears celestial trickle from her eyes), 34' Wliv havo I borne thee with a mother's throc, 'To fates averse, and nurse','l for future woes 2 So short a space the light of heaven to view So short a space and fill's] with sorrow to Q might a parent's careful wish prevail, Far, far from llion should thy vessels.saii! o And thou, from camps remote, the danger shui. Which now, alas ! toe nearly threats myson. Yet (what I cali) to move thy suit I'll go Togreat Olympus crown'd with fleecy snow. ho Meantime, secure within thy ships, from far Behold the aே, mor mingle in the war. The sire of gods and all th' ethereal train,