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A | present | deity! | 7 they shout a / round,

ng | | 7 A present deity! | 7 the vaulted roofs re

1 1 | bound. 7||| 7 With | ravish'd | ears 7 17 the monarch |

1 hears, 71 7 As sumes the god, 7 | 7 af | fects to nod,

71 7 And | seems to | shake the / spheres. 7||| 7 The | praise of Bacchus, | thea, 7 1 7 the sweet mu sician | sung: 71

7 7 0f | Bacchus | ever fair and ever | young.

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7 The jolly | God, 7 1 7in | triumph, I comes;

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Sound the trumpets, | beat the drums ! 7 1

| Flush'd with a purple I grace, 7 |
He 7 | shews his honest | face: 7|||
frow 7 1 give the hautboys breath; 717 he
comes! 7 1 7 he comes! 1111

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Bacchus, I ever | fair and young, 7 |

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Drinking Ijoys did | first or | dain: 71 1
Bacchus' blessings | 7 are a treasure,
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Drinking | 7 is the soldier's | pleasure; ||
| Rich the treasure, / sweet the pleasure; | |

Sweet is pleasure | after | pain. 7|||
Sooth’d with the . sound, 7 1 7 the king 7 | grew 7

| vain 7 |
Fought | all his battles / o'er a / gain:7||
7 And I thrice he | routed | all his foes; 7 | 7 and 1

thrice 7 1 7 he | slew the slain. 7 |

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7 The master | saw the madness | rise, 7 | 7 His glowing | cheeks, 7 | 7 his | ardent | eyes, 7 | 17 And I while he | heaven and | earth de l fy'd

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| Chang'd his | hand, 7/7 and check'd his /

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pride. 7 111
7 He | chose a | mournful muse, 7 |
| Soft 7 | pity 1 7 to in | fuse ; 7 11

7 7 He / sung Da | rius, 7 | | great, and I good! 7 |

7 By | too se | vere a | fate, 7 | | Fallen fallen | fallen || fallen! |||

| Fallen | 7 from his high es | tate, 7 | 7 And | weltering | 7 in his | blood. 7 111 7 De / serted, | 7 at his , utmost I need, 711 7 By | those 7 17 his former | bounty | fed,

71 On the bare 7 | earth, 717 ex | posed he i

lies, 71 my With | not a | friend 7 | 7 to close his eyes.

111 7 With | downcast | look 7 1 7 the joyless | victor

| sate, 7 || 7 Re | volving, | 7 in his , alter'd | soul, 7 || 7 The various | turns of fate be | low; 7 |

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7 7 And now and I then, 7 | 7 a sigh he / stole

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7 And | tears began to | flow. 711 7 The mighty | master | smild 7 1 7 to see | 7 That | love 7 1 7 was in the next de | gree. Il 'Twas but a kindred | sound to ' move: 71

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1 7 For | pity | melts the mind to I love. 7|||
Softly | sweet in | Lydian | measures |
Soon he | sooth'd his soul to | pleasures. I 1.1
War, he / sung, is 1 toil and trouble : 1
Honor | but an empty | bubble ; |

Never ending, I still be ginning, I
Fighting | still and still de | stroying:|||

If the world be worth thy | winning, I Think 0 | think it worth en 1 joying!!!! Lovely | Thais | sits be | side thee. | | |

Take the good the gods pro | vide thee. 1 1 1 7 The many | rend the skies 7 | 7 with | loud ap

| | plause: 711 So 7 | Love was crown'd: 71 17 but | Music |

won the cause. 7|||
en The | prince, 7 1 7 un | able 1 7 to conceal

his | pain, 7||
Gaz'd on the fair 7 |
7 Who | caus’d his | care, 7||

ny 7 And | sigh'd and look'd 7| | sigh'd and I look'd

1 7| | sigh’d and look'd 7 | 7 and / sigh'd a

| gain. 7111 7 At | length, 7 | 7 with | love and I wine 717 at |

7 once op | prest, 71 7 The | vanquish'd | victor | sunk a | upon her |

breast. 711
Now 7 | strike the golden | lyre a | gain; 7||
7 A | louder / yet, 7 | 7 and / yet 7 | 7 a | loud-

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er | strain : 7111
Break his bands of sleep a / sunder, |

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7 And | rouse him | 7 with a rattling | peal of

thunder. 7|| Hark! 7| | hark! 7| | 7 the horrid / sound

711 7 Has | rais’d up his head, 7| 7 as a wak’d

| | | from the dead, 71

7 And, a | maz’d he / stares a | round. 7 || | 7 Re | venge! 7 / 7 re / venge! 7 1 7 Timotheus |

cries; 71.1
See the Furies a | rise, 7||
See the snakes that they | rear, 7||

1 How they | hiss in the | air! 7|| 7 And the sparkles that | flash from their l eyes! 7

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7 Be | hold a ghastly | band 7 |

Each a | torch in his hand : 711
These are | Grecian | ghosts, 717 that in | battle

were | slain, 7 |
7 And un | bury'd re | main, 7 ||

7 În | glorious, | 7 on the plain: 7 1 1 1 Give the | vengeance | due 717 to the valiant

1 crew. 7111 7 Be | hold how they | toss their | torches on high!

1 711 How they | point to the Persian a. | bodes, 7 | 7 And / glittering | temples | 7 of their hostile

gods! 7111 7 The princes ap | plaud 7 | 7 with a 1 furious 1 joy

71 7 And the king 7 | seiz'd a | flambeau, 1 7 with

zeal to de, stroy: 7||

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Thais | led the way, 7 1 7 to I light him | 7 to his

· prey, 7|| 7 And, I like an other | Helen, , | fir'd another

| Troy, 7111 Thus, 7 | long a | go, 711 7(Ere | heaving | bellows | learn’d to | blow, 7

11 While 7 | organs 1 yet were / mute) 7 |

7 1 7 Ti | motheus, 1 7 to his / breathing | flute 7 |

7 And / sounding i lyre, 71.1 7 Could / swell the soul to | rage, 717 or I kindle

| soft de | sire. 7| | | 7 At | last, 7 | 7 di | vine Cecilia | came, 7 |

7 In | ventress | 7 of the vocal | frame:7|| 7 The | sweet en / thusiast, | 7 from her / sacred |

store, 71 7 En | larg’d the former / narrow | bounds, 7 | 7 And / added | length 717 to solemo | sounds,

7 | 7 With | Nature's mother wit, 71 17 and arts 7

1 7 un | known be | fore. 7111 7 Let | old Ti | motheus / yield the prize ; 7

7 Or | both di | vide the crown : 71


| Ile 7 | rais'd a mortal | 7 to the skies; 7 |

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She 7 | drew an angel | down. 7| 11

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