Then old Nautes, whom Tritonian Pallas taught like none other, and made famous in eminence of art she granted him to reply what the gods' heavy anger menaced or what the order of fate claimed he then in accents of comfort thus speaks to Aeneas: 'Goddess-born, follow we fate's ebb and flow, whatsoever it shall be; fortune must be borne to be overcome.
"Your friend Acestes is of Trojan kind; To him disclose the secrets of your mind; Here you may build a common town for all, And, from Acestes' name, Acesta call." While AEneas was still in doubt what course to pursue, his father appeared to him in a dream and bade him do as Nautes had advised.
And now black Night rose chariot-borne, and held the sky; when the likeness of his father Anchises seemed to descend from heaven and suddenly utter thus: 'O son, more dear to me than life once of old while life was yet mine; O son, hard wrought by the destinies of Ilium! Obey thou the fair counsel aged Nautes now gives.
And then they all went in to their archumpelygo, where Crewdson and his ladies were waiting for them, rari nautes. Lucy's table she was between the Judge and Urquhart and had Mabel, Worthington and Miss Bacchus before her at once took the mastery. Urquhart fixed Crewdson with his eye and thenceforward commanded him.