M.T. Cicero De senectute et De amicitia: Ex editionibus Oliveti et Ernesti : accedunt notae anglicae

Perkins et Marvin, 1837 - 158 páginas

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Página 134 - The nones were so called, because counting inclusively, they were nine days from the ides. In March, May, July, and October, the nones fell on the seventh, and the ides on the fifteenth.
Página 118 - How much thy years excel In arts of counsel, and in speaking well! O would the gods, in love to Greece, decree But ten such sages as they grant in thee; Such wisdom soon should Priam's force destroy, And soon should fall the haughty towers of Troy!
Página 2 - WARE, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts. STEREOTYPED AT THE BOSTON TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY.
Página 115 - Hitherto I have regarded my blindness as a misfortune, but now, Romans, I wish I had been as deaf as I am blind ; for then I should not have heard of your shameful counsels and decrees, so ruinous to the glory of Rome.

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