34.In the meantime, the army of the Athenians, being come about by sea from Corycus to Arginum, lighted on three long-boats of the Chians, which when they saw they presently chased.But there arose a great tempest;and the long-boats of Chios with much ado recovered the harbour.But of the Athenian galleys, especially such as followed them furthest, there perished three, driven ashore at the city of Chios;and the men that were aboard them were part taken and part slain.The rest of the fleet escaped into a haven called Phoenicus, under the hill Mimas, from whence they got afterwards to Lesbos and there fortified.
The English works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury. Thucydides. Thomas Hobbes. translator. London. Bohn. 1843.
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