Book VI . . . Lathmon . . . . . · Dar - thula . . . . . . . . . . . Death of Cuthullin . . . . . . . .
Battle of Lora . . . . . . Temora , Book I . . . . Book II . . . Book III . Book IV . Book V .
Book VI . Book VII . Book VIII . . . . . . . . . Conlath and Cuthona . . . . . . . . Berrathon .
The river Carron . f This is the scene of Comala ' s death , which is the subject of
the dramatic poem . The poet mentions her in this place , in order to introduce the
sequel of Hidallan ' s story , who , oni account of her death , had been expelled ...
The suppliants held , in one hand , a shield covered with blond , and , in the other
, a broken spear ; the first a symbol of the death of their friends , the last an
emblem of their own helpless situation . If the king chose to grant succours ,
Scarce seen is their strife in mist , or their stretching forward to deaths . I listened ;
but no ... His attention to her , after the death of his son , shews that delicacy of
sentiment is not confined , as some fondly ima . gine , to our own polished times .
Scarce seen is their strife in mist , I their stretching forward to deaths . I listened ;
but o sound was ... not one of the principal tors . His attention to her , after the
death of his son , shews at delicacy of sentiment is not confined , as some fondly
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