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" Supine, and wildly gazing on the skies, With faint, expiring breath, the chief replies : "Vain boaster ! cease, and know the Powers... "
Essays on Various Subjects: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author - Página 126
por George Walker - 1809
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The Iliad of Homer, Volumen1

Homer - 1736
...deed, not thine ; lOZOTo heav'n is ow'd whate'er your own you call, And heav'n it felf difarm'd me e'er my fall. '* . ' • • • . . Had twenty mortals...each thy match in might, Oppos'd me fairly, they had funk in fight : By fate and Pbasbus was I firft o'erthrown, us next; the third mean -part thy otarri/But...
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The Iliad, Volumen24

Homer - 1773
...is this deed, not thine ; To heav'n is ow'd whate'er your own you call, And heav'n itfelf difarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals each thy match in might, Oppos'd me fairly, they had funk in fight : By fate and Phoebus was I firft o'crthrown, Euphorbus next ; the third mean part thy...
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Extracts from mr. Pope's translation corresponding with The beauties of ...

Homerus - 1776
...deed, not thine ; To heav'n is own'd whate.'er your own you call, '. And heav'n itfelf difarm'd me e'er my fall." . Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Oppos'd me fairly, they had funk in fight:'. By Fate and Phoebus was I overthrown, Euphorbus next ; the third mean part thy own....
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volumen36

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...this deed, not thine ; To Heaven is ow'd whate'er your own you call, 10z0 And Heaven itfelf difarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Oppos'd me fairly, they had funk in fight: By Fate and Phoebus was I firft o'erthrown, Euphorbus next; the third mean part thy...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by ...

English poets - 1790
...this deed, not thine ; To Heaven is ow'd whate'er your own you call, i02.0 And Heaven itfelf difarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Oppos'd me fairly, they had funk in fight : By Fate and Phosbus was I firft o'erthrown, Euphorbus next; the third mean part thy...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volumen12

1795
...this deed, not thine; [vine! To Heaven is ow'd whate'er your own you call, And Heaven itfelf difarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Oppos'd me Fairly, they had funk in fight : By Fate and Phcebus was I firft o'erthrown, Euphorbus next, the third mean part thy...
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The Iliad of Homer, Volumen4

Homer - 1796 - 354 páginas
...thine; To heav'n is ow'd whate'er your own you call, And heav'n itfelf difarm'd me e'er my fall. 1021 Had twenty mortals each thy match in might, Oppos'd me fairly, they had funk in fight: Ver. 1013.] Thus Chapman : . And this perhaps he faid. But our poet evidently grows...
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The Whole Poetical Works of Alexander Pope ...: Including His Translations ...

Alexander Pope - 1804 - 479 páginas
...[vine ! To Heaven isow'd whate'er your own you call, And Heaven itfelf difarm'd me ere my fall. 1020 Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Oppos'd me fairly, they had funk in fight : By Kate and Phoebus was I Cril o'erthrown, Euphorbus next, the third mean part thy...
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Avenia: Or, A Tragical Poem, on the Oppression of the Human Species, and ...

1805 - 358 páginas
...is ow'd, whate'er your own you call, And fraudful foes disarm'd me, ere my fall. Had twenty tyrants, each thy match in might, Oppos'd me fairly, they had sunk in fight ; Hut, thou, imperious, hear my latest breath, Great Jove inspires it, and it sounds your death ; Inhuman...
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The Iliad of Homer, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - 1808
...this deed, not thine ; To Heaven is ow'dwhate'er your ownyon call, 1006 And Heaven itself disarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Oppoa'd me fairly, they had sunk in fight : By Fate and Phcthus was I first o'erthrown, Buphorhus next...
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