Se favet. Hypsipyle still goes on with her attempt against Medea. Here she endeavours to raise his jealousy, and work upon his passion for glory. 'Medea,' says she, 'boasts to have had the chief hand in your exploits, and carries away all the honour. The partisans of Pelias take advantage of this; and the ill-natured world is too apt to join them.'
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