This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...the parasite and his patron Thraso. P. 87, 1. 3. Creditur, &c. Hor. Ep. ii. r. 168. P. 89, l. 15. ubiplura. I-lor. A. P. ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...the parasite and his patron Thraso. P. 87, 1. 3. Creditur, &c. Hor. Ep. ii. r. 168. P. 89, l. 15. ubiplura. I-lor. A. P. 35L 1. 22. vivorum, &c. Velleius ii. 36. P. 90, l. 34. Julius Caesar. Macrobius, Saturn. ii. 7 'Favente tibi me victus es Laberi a Syro.' Cf. Aul. Gell. viii. I5; x. 17. P. 91, 1. 2. Laberius. The Prologue of Laberius was translated by Goldsmith in the Enquiry into the Present State of Polite Learning, 1759: 'What! no way left to shun th' inglorious stage, ' &c. 1. 22. says Aristotle. Poet. 1449 a 23: Aefews 52 ysvo;centsevqs airr1) 1') centsr.lzns 15 oi/ceibv uerpov efipe, p.dlu11o. 7/rip Asnrtlcoil 1'3 perpmw 1-6 Zapfisiriv ea-nv. ' Nature discovered the proper measure, for the iambic is of all measures the nearest prose.' P. 92, 1. 9. Arcades. Virgil, Eel. 7. 4. 1. II. quicquid conabar. Ovid. Trzlst. iv. to. 25: 'Sponte sua carmen numer0s-veniebat ad aptos Et quod temptabam scribere versus erat.' P. 93, 1. I9. saying too much. ' Ovide... qui est estendu iusqu'a l' excez.' (Chapelain, Preface to L'/Idone.) 1. 20. Seneca. M. Seneca, Contmv. ix. 5, quoting Ovid, Metam. xiii. 5o35 (Arnold). 1. 23. Omnia ponlus erat, &c. Metam. i. 292. P. 96, 1. 4. perpetuo tenore. Cic. Or. 6. ar ' isque stilus medius uno tenore, ut aiunt, in dicendo fluit nihil afi'erens praeter facilitatem et aequalitatem.' P. 97, l. 3. The reference to ' Daniel, his Defence ofRh_yme' (1607) is added in the second edition. 'The universalitie argues the general power of it: for if the Barbarian vse it, then it shewes that it swaies the afi'ection of the Barbarian: if ciuill Nations practise iRead Less
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