|Other titles||English Iliads, A sea-fight, A sea fight, An Irenicum, An Irenicum, or, Reflections on the trumpeter and conditions of peace, Reflections on the trumpeter and conditions of peace|
|Statement||by J.W. ; together with An Irenicum, or, Reflections on the trumpeter and conditions of peace|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 905:18|
|Contributions||Warly, John, d. 1679|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 22 p|
|Number of Pages||22|
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The Poems of John Dryden: Song of the Sea Fight, from Amboyna: Song from the Italian, from The Kind Keeper: From the Sixth Book of Homer’s Iliads: The Dedication to Examen Poeticum, The First Book of Ovid’s Metamorphoses: Meleager and Atalanta, out of the Eighth Book of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. AGESILAUS. Archidamus, the son of Zeuxidamus, having reigned gloriously over the Lacedæmonians, left behind him two sons, Agis the elder, begotten of Lampido, a noble lady, Agesilaus, much the younger, born of Eupolia, the daughter of Melesippidas. Now the succession belonging to Agis by law, Agesilaus, who in all probability was to be but a private man, was . On the morrow we put to sea again, the wind serving us weakly, but about noon, when we had lost sight of the island, upon a sudden a whirlwind caught us, which turned our ship round about, and lifted us up some three thousand furlongs into the air, and suffered us not to settle again into the sea, but we hung above ground, and were carried aloft with a mighty wind which filled our . A Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 2 eBook and delights in nothing more than in describing a sea-fight; witness his Fortunes by Land and Sea, and the two parts of the Fair Maid of the West. But the underplot bears even clearer traces of Heywood’s manner. Manuel is one of those characters he loved to draw—a perfect Christian.
Minor Burlesques and Travesties, (Homer A la Mode, The Second Part), Homer Alamode, The Second Part, In English Burlesque: Or, a Mock-Poem upon the Ninth Book of Iliads. Invented for the Meridian of Cambridge, where the Pole of Wit is elevated by several degrees [by James Scudmore?]. Language: English. Character set encoding: ISO "They haven't put you to the Iliads yet, I suppose," says the captain, helping himself to a mug of our home-brewed cider, "but you know, neighbor Ellery, 'twas an apple that set the Greeks and Trojans by the ears, and 'tis apples, or rather the want of 'em, that is like to put discord. We have run into the Decelia of the Decelian wars in Book II, Chapter 5. The career and character of Ephialtes is touched on in Book XI, Chap. 9, Book II, Chap. 43, and Book III, Chap. 1. See Book III, Chap. 47 and note. There were seven Boeotarchs. A small lap-dog from the island of Melita. See Plutarch's Themistocles. The Satyricon By Petronius Arbiter when this book was written; such was the Renaissance Age in Italy, when the manuscript in which the greater part of what has survived is only to be found was copied; such, again, was the Age of Louis XIV in France, of the Restoration, and the equally cynical Revolution in England, during which this.