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[69] Arbiter es formae. The judgement passed by paris, on this occasion, is well known. The chief circumstances of the story are here related; and therefore it will be needless to dwell upon them. We shall only remark, that so inconsiderable a beginning gave rise to all that train of great events, which soon after ensued; the rape of Helen, the war of Troy, and settlement of Aeneas in Italy.

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