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" Thus having said, the gallant chiefs alight, Their hands they join, their mutual faith they plight ; Brave Glaucus then each narrow thought resign'd, (Jove warm'd his bosom, and enlarged his mind,) For Diomed's brass arms, of mean device, For which nine... "
Works: In English Verse - Page 83
by Horace - 1767
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The Iliad, tr. by mr. Pope. [With notes partly by W. Broome. Preceded by] An ...

Homerus - 1756 - 254 pages
...being underftcod in this laft For Diomfifs brafs arms, of mean device, For which nine oxen paid la vulgar price) He gave his own, of gold divinely wrought, A hundred Beeves the Ihining purchafe bought. 295 Meantime the guardian of the Trojan ftate, Great Heflor enter'd at the...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 35

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1779 - 404 pages
...then each narrow thought rcfign'd, (Jove wartrTd his bofom and enlarg'd his mind : For For Diomed's brafs arms, of mean device, For which nine oxen paid,...own, of gold divinely wrought, A hundred beeves the fhining purchafe bought. zjj Meantime the guardian of the Trojan ftate, Great Heclor, enter'd at the...
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Select Works of the Emperor Julian: And Some Pieces of the Sophist ..., Volume 1

Julian (Emperor of Rome) - Emperors - 1784 - 404 pages
...a better opinion of us fliould be * Iliad, vi. 236. thxis paraphrafed by Pope, 292. . For Diomed's brafs arms, of mean device, For which nine oxen paid,...own, of gold divinely wrought, \ A hundred beeves the mining purchale bought. f The Cxfars had all the marks of the Imperial power, • excepting the diadem....
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The Iliad: Of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. ...

Homer - 1791 - 410 pages
...contrary fcnfe in the feventeenth Iliad, V. 4JoB j •' i" For Dt&mtd'a brafs arms, of mean device j . ; For which nine oxen paid (a vulgar price) , He gave his own cf gold divinely wrought, A hundred beeves the (hinmg purchafc bought. 295 Mean tinje the guardian...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 12

Robert Anderson - English poetry - 1795 - 910 pages
...Glaucus then each narrow thought refign'd, (Jove warm'd his bofom and enlarg'd his mind :) ForD-omed's brafs arms, of mean device, for which nine oxen paid,...own, of gold divinely wrought, A hundred beeves the mining purchafe bought, — Mean time the gaardian of the Trajan (late, Great Hcclor, entered at the...
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Arithmetical questions, on a new plan: a suppl. to Introduction to arithmetic

William Butler - 1795 - 254 pages
...Each, in exchange, proportion'd treafure gave; Some brafs, or iron, fome an ox, or Have. For Diomed's brafs arms, of mean device, For which nine oxen paid...own, of gold divinely wrought, A hundred beeves the mining purchafe bought. POPE'S Homer. Hence it may be inferred, that at the period alluded to, namely,...
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The Iliad of Homer, Volume 2

Homer - Achilles (Greek mythology) - 1796
...praifs of the magnanimity and generof1ty which induced him to it. Porphyry contends for its For Diomed's brafs arms, of mean device, For which nine oxen paid,...price) He gave his own, of gold divinely wrought, 294 A hundred beeves the fhining purchafe bought. Meantime the guardian of the Trojan ftate, Great...
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Aristotle's Ethics and Politics,: Comprising His Practical Philosophy ...

Aristotle - Ethics - 1797 - 440 pages
...Glaucus then, each narrow thought refign'd (Jove warm'd his bofom, and enlarg'd his mind), For Diomed's brafs arms of mean device, For which nine oxen paid...own of gold divinely wrought, A hundred beeves the fhining purchafe bought." Iliad VI. v. 290. ct feq. . Secondly, Whether is the injuftice in him who...
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The whole poetical works of Alexander Pope, Esq., including his translations ...

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1800
...(Jove warm'd his bofom and enlarg'd hi mind :) j For Diomcd's lirafs arms, of mean device, . For whicli nine oxen paid, (a vulgar price ;) ! He gave his own, of gold divinely wrought, A hundred beeves the fhining purchafe bought. 290 Meantime the guardian of the Trajan ftate, Great Heftor, entered at the...
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The whole poetical works of Alexander Pope, Esq., including his translations ...

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1800
...(Jove w ! For Dioi med's brafs arms, of mean device, j For which nine oxen paid, (a vulgar price •) i He gave his own, of gold divinely wrought, A hundred beeves the mining purchafe bought, 295 Meantime the guardian of the 2'rnjan ftate, Great Heftor, entered at the...
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