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" here. Achates, thou shalt be so meanly clad, As sea-born nymphs shall swarm about thy ships, And wanton mermaids court thee with sweet songs, Flinging in favours of more sovereign worth Than Thetis hangs about Apollo's neck, So that ^Eneas may but stay... "
Old English Drama: A Selection of Plays from the Old English Dramatists - Sivu 28
1825
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Dido, Queen of Carthage: A Tragedy

Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Nash - 1825 - 63 sivua
...overthrow; For ballast, empty Dido's treasury: Take what ye will, but leave jEneas here. Achates, thou shall be so meanly clad, As sea-born nymphs shall swarm...worth Than Thetis hangs about Apollo's neck, So that ,iEneas may but stay with me. JEn. Wherefore would Dido have jEneas stay ? Dido. To war against my...

The Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1828
...but not Troy's overthrow; For ballast, empty Dido's treasury : Take what ye will, but leave vEneas here. Achates, thou shalt be so meanly clad, As sea-born...Apollo's neck, So that ^Eneas may but stay with me." We probably shall not again have so favourable an opportunity as the present of mentioning an interesting...

Notes and Queries

1906
...ballast, empty Dido's treasury; Take what ye will hut leave Aeneas here. Achates, thou shaft be so seemly clad As sea-born nymphs shall swarm about thy ships...mermaids court thee with sweet songs,. Flinging in favors of mome sovereign worth Than Thetis hangs about Apollo's neck, So that Aeneas may hut stay with...

The Works of Shakespeare: Preface, Life, etc. The two gentlemen of Verona ...

William Shakespeare - 1862
..."meanly clad." is a signal failure. The passage in the original stands thus :— " Achates, thou shalt bo ;,<, And meanly is an obvious misprint for "mienly," ie shapely. P. 377. " For, by thy gracious, golden,...

The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1876 - 407 sivua
...empty Dido's treasury : Take what ye will, but leave .¡Eneas here. Achates, thou ehalt be so seemly Î clad, As sea-born nymphs shall swarm about thy ships. And wanton mermaids court thee with sweet eongs, Flinging in favours of more sovereign worth Than Thetis hangs about Apollo's neck, So that .Kin.'iiH...

The Dramatic Works of Christopher Marlowe: (Selected.) With a Prefatory ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1885 - 209 sivua
...empty Dido's treasury : Take what ye will, but leave ^Eneas here. Achates, thou shalt be so seemly clad, As sea-born nymphs shall swarm about thy ships, And wanton mermaids court thee with sweet songI, Flinging in favours of more sovereign worth Than Thetis hangs about Apollo's neck, So that JEneas...

The Dramatic Works of Christopher Marlowe: (Selected.) With a Prefatory ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1885 - 209 sivua
...clad, As sea-born nymphs shall swarui about thy ships, And wanton mermaids court thee with sweet songn, Flinging in favours of more sovereign worth Than Thetis hangs about Apollo's neck, So that JSneas may but stay with me. DIDO DREADS HER LOVER'S DEPARTURE. ACT IV., SCENE 4. Dido. Speaks not...

Latest Literary Essays ; The Old English Dramatists

James Russell Lowell - 1889 - 461 sivua
...empty Dido's treasury; Take what ye will, but leave .¿Eneas here. Achates, thou shalt be so seemly clad As sea-born nymphs shall swarm about thy ships...mermaids court thee with sweet songs, Flinging in favors of more sovereign worth Than Thetis hangs about Apollo's neck, So that .íEneas may but stay...

The Old English Dramatists

James Russell Lowell - 1892 - 132 sivua
...empty Dido's treasury; Take what ye will, but leave ./Ene;is here. Achates, thou shall be so seemly clad As sea-born nymphs shall swarm about thy ships...mermaids court thee with sweet songs, Flinging in favors of more sovereign worth Than Thetis hangs about Apollo's neck, So that .-lOiicjw may but stay...

The Works of James Russell Lowell, Nide 11

James Russell Lowell - 1892
...will, but leave vEueas here. Achates, thou shall be so seemly clad As sea-born nymphs shall swarm abont thy ships And wanton mermaids court thee with sweet songs, Flinging in favors of more sovereign worth Than Thetis hangs about Apollo's neck, So that jEneas may but stay with...




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