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You can search through the full text of this book on the web. It is not certain. About his middle. Poetry; and, as he saw. Satire: but, having said something (sat. This was looked upon as a sort of humour- .
Paris the. bestower of posts in the army. At last, worn out vvith old age, hp expired in a. The plainness of his expressions are derived. All this is done in so masterly a way, as to. Scaliger's encomium, when he styles.
Omnium Satj/ricorumfac. He. Princcps. He was much loved. Martial. Quintilian speaks of him, Jns. L. Orai. However polite and re. Bned this people.
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The description of the Gentiles in general, by. St. They are, therefore, too.
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Yersions, which are so often miscalled. As the actor. is not ^^ to overstep the modesty of nature . As an act. Or is < < not. Ths rest of the notes, and those no inconsiderable. I have. he& n.
Should the present publication be. Latin Tongue, as to encourage the renewal. Classics, (whose writings so '. Stili more, if it preie useful to findgners ; such I. Latin, and wish to be hriped. English lo. Migaage, which ia oow so much. Euiope. Hence we.
Gentiles, Acts xvii. We. find the same apostle ( reproving the vices'of lying and gl^t. Let. this teach us to distinguish between the use and abuse of clas*.
God^s infallible word. I 1 Cori^ao, S). If, on. Tain, and conceitedy. I will readily allow, that.
Next he informs usj why he addicts himself to satire^. J. view of the reigning vices and^^Kes of his time. He laments. Temper ^audilortftntum^ ni. H? Conoerning this. Cbambbes's Dictionaiy.
It is to be. observedt that, sometimes, the Eomans. When a. man repaid money which he had bor- s. So our poet, looking upon him- .
Henoe tba come- . Bteztat. In our. time we should say, genteel oomedjr.
This wan. also a species of the higher sort of co. These wore gowns. Quid agant venti ; quas torqueat umbras.
JSbcvls ; unde alius furtivac devehat aurum. Pel. Ucu. Ix : quahtas jdculetur. Monychus omos j. Frontonis platani, convulsaque marmora clamant. Semper, et^assidub ruptae lectore columnae. We must despair of knowmg. Horaoesays. Ar. L Boet L 7.
He slew his own. mother, and i. Egystht. This too. Terylong and. tedious pdtfoimanoe. Liber primarily. signifies the inward bark orrind of a tree . Ade o^ barks of trtees, afterwards of pa^.
Thegrobeb/Mart.'l. The. UBtorjqi. Romulus and Ronus, whom Hie, other- . Rhea Sylvia, brought fiwdi. Marsat Alba : hence.
Romulus was called Sylvius; also, thm. Mars. This, and the other sub*. Lofton roc. As. J On the north of. Vulcanian ; ooe. of which was called Hiera, or sacred, as. Vulcan. From the frequent.
Hiera, Vulcan was supposed to keep his. This hyperbole is. U applied to the. You may expect the same t/nngttfc.'i. The same subjects, treated by the. Or, perhaps, to some. Uf, or poem, on the amours of Boreas.
Orithya, the daughter of Erectheus. Athens. The p. Ume- irees of. Frtmto*. His house was planted. Jtr. VENALIS SATHLE. Stulta est dementia, cum tot ubique. Vatibps occurras, periturx parcere chartse.
S5. Cum pars Niliacse pfebis, cum vema Canopi. Crispinus, Tyrias numero revocante lacernas^.
Ventilet asstivum digitis sudantibus aurum. Nee sufierre queat majoris pondera gemmte . Difficile est Satiram non scribere. Nam quis iniquss SO. Tam patiens urbis, tamferreus, ut teneat se? Paper that will perith. That. will be destroyed by others, who will.
I do not ; therefore there. I should foitear to. Thegt^at pupil of Juntnca, fc. Under the name of. Msevia, the poet probably means to re- .
Rome who exposed. They were the descendants of. Romulus. Of these there were, ori- . It is a fboiisli clemency, when every where.
Poets you'may meet, to spare paper, that will perish- . But why it should please me rather to run along in the very. Dyed witk. Tyrian purple, which was very expen- . By this he marks the extrava- . Tliis. was - a piece of luxury which the rich. Plena ipso : et post hunq mftgni delator amici. Et cito rapturus de nobilitate comes.
S. Quod siiperest : Qu^n^ Aifassa timet: quein munere palpat S5. Carus ; et a trepidp Thy^ele summissa Latino . Cum te summo. Teant qui testamenta merentur. Noctibus, in c. Celum quos evebi( optima summi.
Nunc via process As, vetul^ vesica beatai^. The emperor. Bomkian gave so much encoungement. By ibis eipression, the. Frofn the dewmred^tobi. Uty. Rq; ulu% abova.
Massa, Icat he ibouhl. Inform against oim*. Unaola, literidly signifies a little ounee.
Deupx, a pound. lacking aa ovnce^ eleyea ounces^ elerw^. Full of himself: and after bim the seciet accuser of a great. And who is soon about to seize firom the devoured nobility. What remains : whom Massa fears : whom with a gift 3. Carus sooths, and Thymefe sent privately froai trembling L.
H. What shall I say? Frtued a snoke.) By treading on in thoee instances which he is now going. See Vb*. 8. 79, 8. Tke a. Uar of Lyons. A spoiler of his pujal, ^2 1^^ ^u- . Caligula instituted, at this place, gapee, telage of young men.
Thoee, whose per* who were to take care of their estates. Ted, were to and education. Here one is represenu. Hence be says, Prostantia. I find words to express the indig* pupi. Ui. 4 says, ihcommode other passengers.
Marius, it was of no service to the in. Tere. Jecarqa. As for Marius himself, he lived in. He er^t the angrjf godi. See. above, note on i. Worthy the Venusiman tamp ^1 ? This. charming writer was bom at Venusium. Apulia. When the poets wrote.
So inveigb- . log against by satire, driving such vices. Verses on. tba exploits of Diomede, aking of Thrace. Minetaurta>. 5. The tea stricken by a tey.
There ii no right to the w^2 Do. Shall 1 not believe these things worthy the Venusinian lainp ?
U. This. was evaded, by making their husbands'. Hie poet uses the. So Flaut. Su. Uen give of her. Hath giifen his estate to stables*.
Has squ^dered away all his patri- . Lacks all the inconte, . Com- . mentators differ much in their conjecture. Britanicus gives the.
The poet is mentioning various. Bubjecu as highly proper for safire . I*. Flaminiam ; puer Automedon nam lora tenebat^. Ipse lacernatac cum se jactaret amicte. Nonne libet medio ceras implere capaces. Quadiivio ? As the la- . Sporus. Kero*s male- mistress, being habited liker.
Holiday gives it a dtl. Terent. turn, as may be seen by his anno. Ution. on this place. I do not presume to be. Britannicua^. *' Sad quum in ambiguo sit, dequo poe- . By ipse, accord- . Capadtnu waxen tablett.
Cro. U'Wap J Juvenal means, thatc. Quadrivium property means a. In a litter. carried by six slaves, who bear the polea. These were called. Gr. I*. JUVENAL'S SATIRES. And, a better Locusta, instructs her rude neighbours.
Through fame and the people, to bring forth their black hua. Some snp^. poee thb to be particularly meant of Ti- . Ujnus, a fkvourite of Nero's, who poi- .
A potent matron occurr. She' helped Nero to poison. Britannicus, the son of Claudius and.
Measalina ; and Agrippina to dispatch. Claudius. The woman alluded to by. Juvenal, L 6. 9. Through fa tne and the people. If. ywx would make yourself taken notice. Rome. Honesty and in- . Gardens. 2 . Which of the poets.
The fiuher. who takes advantage of the love of mo- . Bamtpmm^l Lewd and adulter*.
Smeh as I, or Chimemti. From the thne that Deuealum.
Atcendedtkemountaini . Faobity t$ fkamsd and. TABTE8 WITH COLD. Mj. Oto Dee est, fortvp^.
Agein, t 9. 89. The larger. As if the poet. said, whep was gaming so encouraged? Jubet a prapcone vocari. Ipsos Trojugenas ; nam vexant limen et ipsi.
I^obiscum : da Praetori, da deinde Tribuno. The tcntenoe is e.
Uip. Cioa. U and. H be supplied with habui^ or soma. Terb of the kind.
See an example of this. Plautus, Aiirsw. Hew man^ bmttleh j; e.
The poet still earries on. There ganning is compared to. Mroudy calls the. Uying it out for the usual and honest. The Romaat bad. their sestertius and sestertium.
The lat*. ter is here meant, and contains 1. See 1. These wera. Uy bailt and Annished at a vast ex.
The poet having inveighed. In this were put. U sums of money^. Mneal wiliuiu. How many battles will you see there, the steward. Armour- bearer ! What ancestor on seven.
Has supped in secret ? Now a little basket at the first 9. Threshold is set, to be snatched by the gowned crowd.
He commands to be called bj. The very descendants of the Trojans : for even they molest the.
Together virith us : ^^ Give to the Prsetor- ^then give to the. The penon who. di. Mribatei the dole.
The pock. la now abont to inveigh against th. The very detoendat. Ue of the Tre*. Jans,'. Molest the threshold.^ Crowd. So. Hon. This seems to be. Praetor, see Ainsw. The Tribune*^ A chief officer in.
Rome. The tribune^ at their i. Sjit ioe- . Tbi^ were called. A mi o. Ter the. three tnbes ef the people.
There were many of these in. Some, who were very rich and very. I will not give it.
AUkvugh bom at the Euphra*. The river Kiiphrates took ita. Armenia, and ran thfough the. Babylon, which it divided in the. Or the poet, by Hypalla.
Fwe houtes. l Tabemss hero may. Secondly t If a numeral noun of an. Or if the numeral.
B. is the same : decies or vigesies stand for. Procure 4. 00 (sestertia), what does tlie purple confer more. To be wished for, if, in the field of ^Aureiitmii, Corvinus. Keeps hired sheep ?
I possess more. Thaii Pallas and the Licini : let the Tribunes, tlierefore, vmitf. Let riches prevail : nor let him yield to the sacredhonour, 1 1. Wlio lately ^me into this city with white ieet .
Since among us the majesty of riches is. Most sacred : altho\ OValefurmoney!