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Devastates with fire thy yellow fields ;
The Latin arms.
Yield to the foe.
Lay-aside thy cares foro the world,
Strife to glow.
Let' wars bellow on the hoary deep,
By the refluent tide.
lj. e. Hannibal. m Scilicet.
4 Sine, with subjunct.
Super, abl. P Mitte.
• Benè feriatus.
The foe, victim of righteous rage, has fallen,
Where vales? watered with snow and showers:
On either bank.b
VII. The Medes, with bended-knees, have experienced thee: Before-theed the Moor unstrings his bow: The Chinesee dread thee, and the Parthians replace
Their darts in quivers.
For thee the Indus2 with streams of goldf
u Reus. Dominator.
- Abl. abs. a Eo.
w Saturæ, with gen.
Humor. e Seres.
While Menalcas fills his reeds,
Let no oned be-at-leisuree to be idle :
Ear to my songs.
III. Here Venus everywhere smiles; here with arrows Aimedh swift Cupid sports : Here the Graces with loosened girdles delight to
Lead their choirs.
While he utteredk such hymns with sacred lips,
d Non ullus.
• Vaco, impers. Facesso. & Male feriatus. b latentus. j Ad. k Daret. 1 Ore. m Non semel. A Juncus, sing.
o Summa unda.
VI. Meanwhile the winds were hushed, The gusts arrested! their suspended course :Ands the listeningt woods heard from
Afar his verses.
We saw the Dryads, leavingu
VIII. One Dryada beyond many (others) Devoted her mind to the song: At which, the heart of the jealousa Mopsus
Might have burst.
Oftenb I wander with a mindfreedo
Dew, or night.
11. , And where my steps hurry me, in every Hill I seem to discern a Parnassus Fertile in woods, and in every fountain
A cool Aganippe.
Cursim. b Sæpiùs.
r Plur Quin et. t Arrectæ. Abl. abs.
Rest on the soft grass delights me;
On every pebble.
These simple cares? have usually held my breast
The cleari sky.
Nor do I yet leave ease and the plains,
VI. For, whether rising, 3 in his car that Refreshes' men's toils, and the meadows and mountains, He mantles the eastern climesm
With purple and gold;
I watch with-reverencen his orb
Retreats into darkness.r
& Qua-cunque. h Cursus m Tractus. Part.
i Moras necto. Sudus. $ Ingruo. Part. Amænior. p Usque dum. 4 Languidus. r Umbre.