A Bibliography of Persius (Google eBook)

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Library of Harvard University, 1893 - Persius - Bibliography - 31 pages
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Page 19 - 1803. 8°. BA. *343- [The same.] London, AJ Valpy. 1831. 12°. BA. *344. The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis. Translated into English verse by Mr. DRYDEN and several other Eminent Hands. Together with the Satires of Aulus Persius Flaccus. Made English
Page 19 - &c., by the Rev. LEWIS EVANS, to which is added the metrical version of Juvenal and Persius by W. GIFFORD. London,
Page 19 - Juvenalis. Translated into English verse by Mr. DRYDEN and several other Eminent Hands. Together with the Satires of Aulus Persius Flaccus. Made English [verse] by Mr. DRYDEN. With explanatory notes at the end of each Satire. To which is prefix'd a Discourse concerning the Original and Progress of Satire. London, printed for Jacob Tonson. 1693. f°. BM., HCL. 345. [The same.] 1697. 347. The first Satire of
Page 27 - Menard, AL Bossuet inconnu. Notice sur les satires de Juvénal et de Perse traduites et commentées par JB Bossuet, évêque de Meaux, pour l'éducation du dauphin, d'après deux manuscrits de 1684 récemment découverts. Accompagnée de 6 planches de reproductions en fac-similé.
Page 19 - in way of Dialogue, or Dramatic Interlude between the serious, careful Tutor, and his inconsiderate, slothful Pupil. Paraphrastically rendered into English by FA London. 1685. 8°. 336. Satires, translated into English verse with occasional Notes and the original Text corrected, by THOMAS BREWSTER, AM
Page 19 - by Mr. DRYDEN. With explanatory notes at the end of each Satire. To which is prefix'd a Discourse concerning the Original and Progress of Satire.
Page 23 - Pietro Conti. 1869. 8°. M. Contains also notes on Horace and Catullus. Presentation copy, with the author's signature. *457. Le Satire di A. Persio, tradotte in verso Toscano da ANT. MAR. SALVINI (col testo lat.). Firenze, Manni. 1726. 8°. BA. Also in 1737. *458. Giuvenale e Persio spiegati con la dovuta modestia in versi volgari. Ed
Page 19 - and W. Nicol. 1821. 8". HCL. 353. Juvenal and Persius. Satires. Construed literally and word for word by GILES. London, Cornish. (Without year.) 354. The Satires of Persius paraphrastically imitated and adapted to the Times, with a preface. London. 1779. 8°. By EB
Page 20 - 8°. Bodl. 361». Juvenal, Persius, Martial and Catullus : an experiment in translation by WJ SHAW. London. Kegan Paul. 1882. 8°. pp. 280. 362. The Satires of Persius, in English prose, by T. SHERIDAN. With explanatory notes. Dublin. 1728. 12°.
Page 19 - HOLYDAY, DD and late ArchDeacon of Oxon. Oxford, printed by W. Downing, for F. Oxlad Senior, J. Adams, and F. Oxlad Junior. Anno Dom. 1673. f. M., HCL., BM. 359. A new and literal translation of Juvenal and Persius ; with copious explanatory notes, by which these difficult Satirists are rendered easy and familiar to the reader. By the Rev. M. MADAN. London. 1789. 8°.

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