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An Ode - Humbly Inscribed To The Queen, On The Glorious Success Of Her Majesty's Arms poem by Matthew Prior. When great Augustus governd ancient RomeAnd sent his conquering bands to foreign warsAbroad when dreaded and beloved at home.
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