Ricardi Dawesii Miscellanea Critica: Typis Quinquies Excusa Prodeunt Ex Recensione Et Cum Notis Aliquanto Auctioribus (Classic Reprint)

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DE Miscellaneorum Criticorum utilitate dicturo, non abs re erit exiguum vitae curriculum Dawesz'o nostro datum, quantum mihi compertum est, et summam ejus ingenii indolem, quam potero, bre vissime interserere.

Ricardus dawesius vico Anglice dicto Market Bosworth in Agro Leicestrensi Anno sacro 1708 oriundus potins ingenio quam proavorum stemmate inclaruit. Primis litteris sub tutela Aulmu'z' Black well 1, magistri fidelis, imbuebatur: sed ad majora indies enixus anno 17 25. Culturae caussa Collegium Emanuelense apud Cantabrigienses Dawesium inter alumnos suos cooptarunt. Anno 1727, Idyllium, quod inter Academiae Cantabrigiensis Lucius ob obilum Augustiasz'mi Regis, Georgii I. Et Gaudia ob accessum Georgn II. Adservatur, juvenis adhuc scite et commode compegit; sin volventibus annis quispiam e discipulis ojus vocabulum Ma ita de curtatum usurpasset, sub ferula Orbilii plagosi certe trepidasset. Quam ipso audiente librum le geres, si unam peccauz'sses syllabam, Fieret corium tam maculosum, quam est nutricis pallium. Hunc Dawesii lapsum quovis pretio sibi monstratum optavisset Touplus. Vide App. P. 618. N.

Vide Carlisle on endowed Grammar Schools, Vol. II. Pp. 752 - 766.

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