A View of the Early Parisian Greek Press: Including the Lives of the Stephani; Notices of Other Contemporary Greek Printers of Paris; and Various Particulars of the Literary and Ecclesiastical History of Their Times, Volume 1

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B. R. Grüner, 1833 - Printers
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Page 249 - O spirto amico, che dopo mili' anni e cinquecento, rinnovar ti piace e le nostre fatiche ei nostri studi ; fuggi le rime e '1 rimbombar sonoro : tu sai pur, che l'imagin della voce, che risponde dai sassi ov'Eco alberga, sempre nimica fu del nostro regno. Non sai tu ch'ella fu conversa in pietra, e fu inventrice delle prime rime? E dèi saper, ch'ove abita costei null'Ape abitar può, per l'importuno ed imperfetto suo parlar loquace...
Page 261 - Qui te pourra louer qu'en se taisant, Car la parole est toujours réprimée Quand le sujet surmonte le disant.
Page 32 - Nee semper mendax fingere Creta solet. Although he abounds in trifles, "Major" in name only, and there is not one sound page in his huge book, It's no marvel that he adorns himself with true titles: Even lying Crete isn't always accustomed to make things up. If Major was a faithful Roman Catholic...
Page 261 - EN petit lieu comprins vous pouvez voir Ce qui comprend beaucoup par renommée; Plume, labeur, la langue et le scavoir, Furent vaincus de Pâmant par l'aimée.
Page 171 - Luther, that to burn heretics was contrary to the spirit of the Gospel...
Page 109 - I have been young, and now am old ; yet never saw I the righteous man forsaken, or his seed begging their bread.
Page 7 - To Joannes Lascaris the verification and introduction into use of GREEK CAPITALS are attributed : and it appears from these specimens, he thought it expedient that the whole text of each Greek poet, the pars libri nobilior, as Maittaire expresses it, should be printed lilleris majuscnlus, and the scholia or notes only in the smaller character.
Page 272 - Autant comme eulx, sans cause qui soit bonne Me veult de mal 1'ignorante Sorbonne : Bien ignorante elle est d'estre ennemye De la trilingue et noble acade"mie Qu'as erigee ". £pitre au roy, du temps de son exit it Ferrare.
Page 41 - ... burdened with a multitude of children. It was, therefore, said that had he married as early as he began to write, he would, according to every appearance, have sent into the world as many children as books, and this gave occasion to Henry Stephens, his grand' son, to compose for him the following epitaph.

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