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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