ds a sad obedience to her mother's wishes, and Meles is named for her husband.
The Mede I'll wed, e, sad and reluctant, she awaits the coming of Meles.
He whispers words of love to her, decks her with precious jewels, paints Meles as unworthy of her love, and strives by all subtle art to win hee said in accents faint but firm, I will.
Meles enters: He stopt; a groan was heard; he gaspedl, low by the couch of her who widowed lay.
Meles was a favorite of Sardius, the young king of Midden to his court to answer for the murder of Meles.
Here, though treated with kindness, she is kwinning Egla he suffers the mysterious fate of Meles; and so advises: And, ere this dangerous beautr the hand of Egla, only to find death, as did Meles, on the bridal eve. The last of the suitors isnto fifth tells us of the hapless Zameia, whom Meles had wooed and won, and then heartlessly desertn and accuses Egla of the murder of her lover, Meles.
Zameia falls dead, in the attempt to kill Eg