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" Who can think one thing, and another tell, My soul detests him as the gates of hell : — siitog that is, I hate him as death, or I hate him mortally. "
Herodotus - Strana 29
podľa Herodotus - 1812
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The History of Herodotus, Zväzok 3

Herodotus - 1791
...juftified by any affected humility, or any real difference of rank. What Homer thought on this fubjeft may be gathered from the two noble lines which he...Achilles : Who dares think one thing and another tell, My foul detefts him as the gates of hell. 7*. " but I fliall now fpeak of the Lacedaemonians " only. You...
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Avenia: Or, A Tragical Poem, on the Oppression of the Human Species, and ...

Thomas Branagan - 1805 - Počet stránok 358
...deeds make good ; Know treach'rous foe my purpose I retain, Nor with new treaties vex my soul in vain. Who dares think one thing and another tell, My soul detests him as the gates of hell ; Once wrong'd, all treach'rous Christains I disdain, Decciv'd for once, I trust them not again ; My...
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The Four Gospels: Translated from the Greek. With Preliminary ..., Zväzok 1

George Campbell - 1811
...that of the inspired writers. Homer makes Achilles say, as rendered by our English poet 84 : Who can think one thing, and another tell, My soul detests him as the gates of hell : — siitog that is, I hate him as death, or I hate him mortally. To say then that the gates of hades...
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The Four Gospels: Translated from the Greek. With Preliminary ..., Zväzok 1

George Campbell - 1811
...that of the inspired writers. Homer makes Achilles say, as rendered by our English poet "4 : Who can think one thing, and another tell, My soul detests him as the gates of hell : — eixog aioao that is, I hate him as death, or I hate him mortally. To say then that the gates...
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The Four Gospels, Zväzok 1

1811
...inspired writers. Homer makes Achilles say, as rendered by our English poet 84 : Who can think one <hing, and another tell, My soul detests him as the gates of hell : — «xog aiSao that is, I hate him as death, or I hate him mortally. To say then that the gates...
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The Republican, Zväzok 5

Richard Carlile - 1822
...further approbation. I am, Citizen, gratefully yours, R. CARLILE. \ THE REPUBLICAN TO MR. R. CARLILE " Who dares think one thing, and another tell; " My soul detests him as the gates of hell." . " Who was the meekett man?—MOSES Ml NOTHING, perhaps, my dear Sir, affords a greater proof of the...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Zväzok 22

1824
...-souled and impetuous chief, to whom is attributed, by the Master-poet, that memorable sentiment ; — ' Who dares think one thing, and another tell, My soul detests him as the gates of hell. ' Scarcely less interesting, though under a very different aspect, is the character of Philoctctes...
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The tragedies of Sophocles, tr. into Engl. verse. By T. Dale

Sophocles - 1824
...highsouled and impetuous chief, to whom is attributed, by the Master-Poet, that memorable sentiment : — i Who dares think one thing, and another tell, My soul detests him as the gates of hell. Scarcely less interesting, though under a very different aspect, is the character of Philoctetes himself....
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The Eclectic Review, Zväzok 22;Zväzok 40

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1824
...high-souled and impetuous chief, to whom is attributed, by the Master-poet, that memorable sentiment ; — ' Who dares think one thing, and another tell, My soul detests him us the gates of hell. ' Scarcely less interesting, though under a very different aspect, is the character...
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Herodotus, tr. by W. Beloe, Zväzok 3

Herodotus - 1830
...also some lines, quoted in Athenaeus, from Agatho, the English of which is, ' If I speak the truth 1 shall not please you : if I please you I shall not...tell. My soul detests him as the gates of hell. — T. but a thousand men, or even fewer, they will fight you.'1 CIII. ' What, Demaratus,' answered Xerxes,...
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