A New and Literal Translation of Juvenal and Persius: With Copious Explanatory Notes...

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Brett Smith and son, 1813
 

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Page 361 - For the stone shall cry out of the wall, and the beam out of the timber shall answer it.
Page 148 - The praise of Bacchus then the sweet musician sung, Of Bacchus ever fair and ever young: The jolly god in triumph comes; Sound the trumpets, beat the drums...
Page vi - Poets, Horace, Juvenal, and Persius, may contribute wonderfully to give a man a detestation of vice, and a contempt of the common methods of mankind; which they have set out in such true colours, that they must give a very generous sense to those who delight in reading them often. Persius his second satyr may well pass for one of the best lectures in divinity.
Page 86 - Esquilias dictumque petunt a vimine collem, viscera magnarum domuum dominique futuri. ingenium velox, audacia perdita, sermo promptus et Isaeo torrentior. ede, quid ilium esse putes? quemvis hominem secum attulit ad nos: 75 grammaticus rhetor geometres pictor aliptes augur schoenobates medicus magus, omnia novit Graeculus esuriens: in caelum, iusseris, ibit.
Page 28 - ... poena tamen praesens, cum tu deponis amictus turgidus et crudum pavonem in balnea portas.
Page 23 - If a numeral noun agree in number, case, and gender, with sestertius, then it denotes so many sestertii — as decem sestertii. Secondly : If a numeral noun of another case be joined with the genitive plural of sestertius it denotes so many thousand, as decem ses tertinm signifies 10,000 sestertii.
Page 216 - Labente officio, crudis donanda : nee illud, Quod prima pro nocte datur ; cum lance beata Dacicus, et scripto radiat Germanicus auro. Si tibi simplicitas uxoria, deditus uni 205 Est animus : submitte caput cervice parata Ferre jugum : nullam invenies, quae parcat amanti.
Page 63 - Manes, et subterranea regna, Et contum, et Stygio ranas in gurgite nigras, Atque una transire vadum tot millia cymba, Nee pueri credunt, nisi qui nondum aere lavantur.

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