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Vim 100. Nor beeds the brown dishonours of bis face] Virg. Æn. 5. □ □ faciem
ostentabat, W ua'o Turpia membra fimo Vers e 103. A shapeless shade, &c] Virg.
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51.] And Mr. Milbourn cry'd out, " How little was Drjden able, even " when his
blood run high, to defend himself* " against Mr. Settle "." Notes on Dryd. Virg. p.
175. These are comfortable opinions! and no wonder some authors indulge them
IMITATIONS. Vikjeiio. Hatty — had Easter never teen.'] Virg. Ed. 6. Et surtunatam,
fi nunquam armenta suijsent. Vsk.se 11 9-, 121. Noro /««* thro* Fate See all her
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On the whole, I did enjoy reading this poem, although I found it very difficult to read. I've heard before that it's very hard to comprehend the first time around, and I would have to agree. Although ... Read full review