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( 34 ) Then spread the tables, the repast prepare, Each takes his seat, and each his share. When now the rage of lunger was repress'd, With pure libations the conclude the feast; The youths with wine the copiousgoblets crown'd, And pleas'd, dispense the flowing bಿ! كثيلنا ويباع With hymns divine the joyous banquet (nds, The Pæans lengthen till the sua descends ; The Greeks, restor'il, thê grateful notûs pv9-. long; Apollo listens, and approves the song. t;2() 'Twas night; the chiefs beside their vessels lie, Till rosy morn had purpled o’er the sky : Then launch, and hoist the mast; indulgent gales, Supplied by Phoebus, fill the swelling sails; The milk-white canvas bellying as they blow; The parted ocean foams and roars below: Above the bounding billows swift they flew, Till now the Grecian camp appear'd in view. Far on the beach they haul their barktoland