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" ... the sudden Stop of the Stone when it comes to the Plain, as of Hector at the Phalanx of the Ajaces (alluding also to the natural Situation of the Ground, Hector rushing down the Declivity of the Shore, and being stopp'd on the Level of the Sea.) And... "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 116
1798
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The Iliad, tr. by mr. Pope. [With notes partly by W. Broome. Preceded by] An ...

Homerus - 1721 - 292 pages
...ftop.p'd on the level of The fea.) And laftly, the immobility of both when Ib tlopp'd, th« er^croy being as unable to move him back, as he to get forward; This laft branch of the compaaifon is the happieft in the world, and t!io' not hitherto obferv'd, is...
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The Iliad of Homer, Volume 4

Homer - 1736 - 296 pages
...fliore, and being ftopp'd on the level of the fea :) And laftly, the immobility of both when fo ftopp'd, the enemy being as unable to move him back, as he to get foiward : This laft branch of the cornparifon is the happieft in the world, and though not hitherto...
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The Works of Virgil in English Verse, Volume 4

Virgil, Christopher Pitt, Joseph Warton - 1763 - 362 pages
...being pufhed on by Jupiter, his meeting with, and being ftopped by, the phalanx of the Ajaxes, and the immobility of both, when fo flopped (the enemy being as unable to move him back, as he is to get forward), with the feparate circumftances of the fimile itfelf, we cannot but agree with...
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The Iliad of Homer, Volume 4

Homer - 1796
...Hector rufhing down the declivity of the fhore, and being flopped on the level of the fea :) and laftly, the immobility of both when fo flopped, the enemy being as unable to mpve him back, as he to g^t I 1 '• (Which from the ftubborn flone a torrent rends) Precipitate the...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 2

Charles Brockden Brown - 1804 - 740 pages
...what he supposes the hafi/iieat orática of resemblance, the immobility of both when so stopped, " the enemy being as unable to move him back, as he to get forward :" conformably to which idea, he says in his translation : So Hector—tfjeir whole force he proved, Resistless when he rug'd, and when...
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