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977, BEGINNINGS to be 2765, for perfect, r.' perplext.' watcht.

2794, for shut, restint.' 1455, 6, DRINKING.

IN THE NOTES. 1555, for study, r.

P. viii. r. litterary with a or dusky;' rather

double the single is the latter. 1665, Shepherd.

contrary to the analogy

of our language. 1851, RESOLUTION.

P. 12, for discussive, 2103, Two GENTLEMEN

discursive.' OF VERONA

-74, for Ægis, r. ' Agis.' 2172, VIRTUE.

-78, illabatur. 2225, BenevOLENCE.

-110, necessità -é. 2271, INNUENDO.

-134, CUIQUE. 2288. LOVE'S LABOUR LOST.

-196, BAUCIS. 2352, JUSTICE.

-212, transpose the Names. 2715, ORNAMENT. -235, απεχεσθαι. 2716, dele or Fact."

—358, Quadris. 2763, GUILT.

-402, Consilj expers ruit. 2784, VIRTUE, heroic.

-419, Vagitus. 2904, STATE RAPACITY, -455, r. gauderem. how remorseless.

IN PUNCTUATION. 2908, TRUTH, &c.

Note, p. 261, dele . after 3218, TERMS.

vincit. 3258, HENRY V.

274, , after Diligit. 3275, Home.

INDEX. 3384, for Peace, read Place, Apl.–Adversity, 189

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a common but very " Affection, insert 88

unhappy error. Affliction, 87 3414, DEATA.

Apprehension, 72 3415, SHAME.

Caution, after 6, 8 4664, BENEVOLENCE. Charity, 216, 7. 4128, Sense.

Cruelty, 120
IN THE APHORISMS. Confidence, Ifalse) 134

Death, after 93, 4 251, It is a kind.

Detraction, 221 1471, Humbleness.

Debasement, after 24, 5 2341, Devils soonest. Detection, after 1, 44 2434, thrifty. Difficulty, 203 2763, for feed, read · feels.'

Fear, after 51, 99

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Friendship (false) 57, 9
Guilt, 42, 93
Habit, 74, 5
Honor, 85
Honours, 267
Ingratitude, 123, 4
Justice, ( divine ) 42, 3
Justice, (human) 266
Love, 21, 2
Merit, 206
Mind, 131

Placability, 264
Predence, 181
Relief, 140
Repentance, 65, 9. 77
Sensibility, 45
Time, 131
Use, 141
Wishes, 37
Woman, 229, 30
Words, 251
Youth, 9, 10

ADD THE FOLLOWING TITLES TO INDEX.
Fullness, 157-Government, 122-Storms, 127.
ADD TO'THE NOTES. TO APHORISM 11.

Ben si puo dire à me- Frate, tu vai
· Mostrando altrui la via; dove sovente,
• Fosti smarrito, & hor se' più che mai.'

SONN. 79.-PETRARCA.

TO APHORISM 99.
Timeri quam diligi malunt.

CICERO.

I shall always be an advocate for committing to memory from early youth, and retaining through life, the divine thoughts and expressions of the great Authors of ANTIQUITY. And beside the advantage of forming ihat Elocurion which may be ornamental, honourable, even necessary, in future life, it is certain that passages which are publicly to be recited are thus better learnt, the force, peculiarities, refinement, and genius of a Language more deeply felt, and the invaluable treasures of such Languages and Authors as the Greek and Roman, and our own, Jonger, and with more effect, retained. I have pleasure in adding this Note, after hearing the Speeches at the Grammar- ol, RY; and with the indelible reniembrance of those of ETON. C. L. 12th July, 1812.-Troston Hall, FINIS.

4 Geilge and Barker, Printers,

Bury St Edmund's.

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