of every rude vicinage, the memory is sometimes compelled，
Tell me, my daughter, has the stranger gone?
Yes, he has gone; now we are all alone,
And thou may'st speak, dear father, without fear.
Stern-visaged queens, since coming to this land
First in your sanctuary I bent the knee,
Frown not on me or Phoebus, who, when erst
He told me all my miseries to come,
Spake of this respite after many years,
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