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Το καλώς δ' έχον πόλει πάλαισμα " . .
μή ποτε λύσαι θεόν αιτούμαι.
dipus Tyrannus, 879, 880. vuori
M. W. DODD,
ASTOR; LE NOX AND
ENTERED according to Act of Congress, in the year 1842, by
M. W. DODD, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Southern District of
University Press, JOHN F. TROW, PRINTER, 114 Nassau-street,
Fit retribution, by the moral code
In angry spirits for her old free range,
Eί μοι ξυνείη φέρονται
CHORUS IN EDIPUS TYRANNUS.
TRANSLATION. May the Divine Providence assist us to guard inviolate the awful sanctity of every word and deed, concerning which laws of a lofty clime are established ; laws born in the ethereal sky, Heaven alone being their author ; nor did ever mortal nature beget them, nor will ever oblivion lull them to sleep. In these God is great, nor ever decays or changes.