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The Aeneid
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  • Will they again embark at my desire, Once more sustain the seas, and quit their second Tyre?
  • Straight to the ships Aeneas his way, Embark’d his men, and skimm’d along the sea, Still coasting, till he gain’d Cajeta’s bay.
  • The Grecians had embark’d their naval pow’rs From Tenedos, and sought our well-known shores, Safe under covert of the silent night, And guided by th’ imperial galley’s light; When Sinon, favor’d by the partial gods, Unlock’d the horse, and op’d his dark abodes; Restor’d to vital air our hidden foes, Who joyful from their long confinement rose.

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