Phaedri Augusti liberti, Fabulae aesopiae, Volume 2; Volume 52

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A. Valpy, 1822 - 756 pages
 

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Page 727 - LOND. 12mo. 1755. A correct Latin Edition of the Fables of Phaedrus ; with a new English Translation, and a copious parsing Index, whereby young beginners may easily and speedily attain the knowledge of the Latin tongue.
Page 623 - ... in nullo penitus loco, in nulla urbe sensu carentibus simulacris vel insontem victimam caedat vel secretiore piaculo larem igne, mero genium, penates odore veneratus accendat lumina, inponat tura, serta suspenda!.
Page 723 - Fables in Latin, English, and French. Attempted after a new method, for the more speedy improvement of Youth in Schools. Translated into English by Dan.
Page 731 - Les Fables de Phèdre en Latin , auxquelles on a joint celles de la Fontaine & des autres Fabuliftes .qui y ont le plus de rapport.
Page 727 - Lond. 1745. improved, by a Method entirely new. Wherein the Order of Construction is so natural and concise, that the most ignorant Scholar may easily find it without the least hesitation ; by John Entick, MA 8vo.
Page 419 - Qujd reliquum est ? reliquum ? nunc nunc impensius unge, Unge puer caules. Mihi festa luce coquatur Urtica, et fissa fumosum sinciput aure: Ut tuus iste nepos olim satur anseris extis, Cum morosa vago singultiet inguine vena, Patriciae immeiat vulvae ? mihi trama figurae Sit reliqua ; ast illi tremat omento popa venter ? Vende animam lucro, mercare, atque excute sollers Omne latus mundi; ne sit praestantior alter, Cappadocas rigida pingues plausisse catasta. Rem duplica.
Page 324 - Cum fremit ad caulas, ventos perpessus et imbres, Nocte super media; tuti sub matribus agni Balatum exercent : ille , asper et improbus ira , Saevit in absentes; collecta fatigat edendi Ex longo rabies, et siccae sanguine fauces.
Page 352 - ... sensum ipsum, qui communis dicitur, ubi discet, cum se a congressu, qui non hominibus solum, sed mutis quoque animalibus naturalis est, segregarit ? adde quod domi ea sola discere 21 potest, quae ipsi praecipientur, in schola etiam quae aliis.
Page 666 - Notissima vox est eius qui in cultu regum consenuerat. Cum ilium quidam interrogaret, quomodo rarissimam rem in aula consecutus esset, senectutem : " Iniurias," inquit, " accipiendo et gratias agendo.
Page 482 - Pœnarum oblitos demulsit carmine Manes. Non levis adscensus , si quis petit ardua : sudor Plurimus hunc tollit; nocturno exsomnis olivo Immoritur; jactat, quod mox laudaverat in se, Qui cupit aeternœ donari frondis honore.

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