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" And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit of our land Must pass the beauty.' Thus, though these could bear so fit a hand On their affections, yet, when all their gravest powers were used, They could... "
The Works of George Chapman ... - Página 47
de George Chapman - 1875
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1846
...boast unjustly still of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit of our land...all their gravest powers were used, They could not chuse but welcome her, and rather they accused The gods than beauty — for thus spake' . . . . —...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 12

1846
...fit a hand On their affections, yet, when all their gravest powers were used, They could not chuse but welcome her, and rather they accused The gods than beauty — for thus spake' . . . . — P. 84. Knight's edit. Chapman, again, adds weight to his metre, and infuses into it an...
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Stories from Herodotus

Herodotus, Charles Edward Moberly - 1847
...Helen, while yet she lived? The very Trojans, who were perishing for her sake (as Homer singeth): " When all their gravest powers were used, They could...accused The gods than beauty ; for thus spake the most famed king of Troy: ' Come, loved daughter, sit by me, and take the worthy joy Of thy first husband's...
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Stories from Herodotus

Herodotus, Charles Edward Moberly - 1847
...Helen, while yet she lived ? The very Trojans, who were perishing for her sake (as Homer singeth) : " When all their gravest powers were used, They could...accused The gods than beauty ; for thus spake the most famed king of Troy: ' Come, loved daughter, sit by me, and take the worthy joy Of thy first husband's...
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The Iliads of Homer, done [into Engl. verse] by G. Chapman, with ..., Volume 1

Homerus - 1857
...boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prise, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit of our land...affections, yet, when all their gravest powers were us'd, I75 They could not choose but welcome her, and rather they accus'd The Gods than beauty, for...
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Versiones Homeri Anglicae inter se comparatae

David Georg Penon - 1861 - 60 páginas
...boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prise, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go; the profit of our land...affections, yet, when all their gravest powers were as'd, They could not choose but welcome her, and rather they accus'd The Gods than beauty, for thus...
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Versiones Homeri Anglicae

David George Penon - 1861 - 60 páginas
...prise, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go; the proJit of our land Must pass the beauty." Thus, though these could bear so Jit a hand On their affections, yet, when all their gravest powers were us'd, They could not choose...
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Laocoon

Gotthold Ephraim Lessing - 1874 - 360 páginas
...boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake with all our progenies Labour and ruin, let her go : the profit of our land Must pass the beauty.' CHAPMAN. RP e ' Which stirred a sweet desire in her ; to serve the which she hied, Shadow'd her graces...
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The English Poets: Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit of our land...her, and rather they accused The gods than beauty. THE CAMP AT NIGHT. [From Iliad VIII.] The winds transferr'd into the friendly sky Their supper's savour...
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The English poets, selections, ed. by T.H. Ward. Chaucer to Donne

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...boast, unjustly still, of her enforced prize, And justly suffer for her sake, with all our progenies, Labour and ruin, let her go ; the profit of our land...her, and rather they accused The gods than beauty. THE CAMP AT NIGHT. [From Iliad VIII.] The winds transferr'd into the friendly sky Their supper's savour...
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