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THUS had the smiles of Fortune and her frowns Brought either chief to Macedonian shores Still equal to his foe. From cooler skies Sank Atlas'The Pleiades, said to be daughters of Atlas. daughters down, and Haemus' slopes Were white with winter, and the day drew nigh Devoted to the god who leads the months, And marking with new names the book of Rome, When came the Fathers from their distant posts By both the Consuls to Epirus called These were the Consuls for the expiring year, B.C. 49 - Caius Marcellus and L. Lentulus Crus. Ere yet their year was dead: a foreign land Obscure received the magistrates of Rome; A senate sojourning in foreign lands Held there high questions, not in warlike camp But hedged by all the axes of the law; And all men gazing on the reverend ranks Knew that no Magnus' party there was met, But all the state; and Magnus was but one. Mid silent sadness from his lofty seat Thus spake the Consul: ' If your hearts still beat ' With Latian blood, and if within your br