Æsop's Fables, as Romanized by Phædrus (Google eBook)

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J. Taylor, 1834
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Page vii - Most potent, grave, and reverend signiors, My very noble and approved good masters, — That I have ta'en away this old man's daughter, It is most true ; true, I have married her ; The very head and front of my offending Hath this extent, no more. Rude am I in my speech, And little bless'd with the soft phrase of peace ; For since these arms of mine had seven years...
Page 75 - Male mulcatus graculus redire maerens coepit ad proprium genus ; io a quo repulsus tristem sustinuit notam. Tum quidam ex illis, quos prius despexerat : 'contentus nostris si fuisses sedibus et quod natura dederat voluisses pati, nee illam expertus esses contumeliam 15 nec hanc repulsam tua sentiret calamitas.
Page 76 - Leo ; Secundam, quia sum fortis, tribuetis mihi; Tum, quia plus valeo, me sequetur tertia; Malo adflcietur, si quis quartam tetigerit.
Page 74 - Ad rivum eundem lupus et agnus venerant Siti compulsi ; superior stabat lupus Longeque inferior agnus. Tune fauce improba Latro incitatus iurgii causam intulit. 'Cur' inquit ' turbulentam fecisti mihi Aquam bibenti ? ' Laniger contra timens : ' Qui possum, quaeso, facere, quod quereris, lupe ? F. p. i A te decurrit ad meos haustus liquor.
Page 93 - Fame coacta vulpes alta in vinea uvam appetebat summis saliens viribus : quam tangere ut non potuit, discedens ait : ' Nondum matura est ; nolo acerbam sumere.
Page 74 - Hoc mersum limo cum iaceret diutius, forte una tacite profert e stagno caput et explorato rege cunctas evocat. Illae timore posito certatim adnatant, lignumque supra turba petulans insilit.
Page v - He will hold communion with those " dead but sceptred monarchs, who still rule our spirits from their urns.
Page 88 - Quam dulcis sit libertas, breviter proloquar. Cani perpasto, macie confectus, lupus Forte occurrit. Salutantes dein invicem Ut restiterunt ; " Unde sic, quseso, nites ? Aut quo cibo fecisti tantum corporis ? $ Ego, qui sum longe fortior, pereo fame.

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