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J. Mend ay, Printer, Oxford., CONTENTS

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XLII. Origin of the word Assassin - - 146

XL11I. Account of the Collation and Revision of the

English Bible by Dr. Blayney - - 148

XLIV, Remarks on the Huetiana and a Passage in

Vikgil r r T ~ ^151

'XLV. On Translation.—Mickle's Lusiad -? - 152

XLVI., On the Mistakes of eminent Authors - • 157

XLVII. Martial and Statius on the Bath of Claudius

Etruscus - - - - J 59

XLVIII. Greek Inscription to be read backwards as well as

forwards - •< • T T J 60

XLIX. The Adage—Suem Jupiter vult perdere, tfc. illus-

trated - r - - - 162

L. Critique on Virgil, and an Jnquiry into the pro-

priety of some passages in Silijjs Italicus - 164

LI. Critique on Shakespeare » T T 170

III. Critical Remarks on the Tragedies pf Seneca - 172

LIII. Critical Remarks on some passages in V. Pater-

Cvlus and Petronius - - - 174

I-.IV. Inquiry as to the real author of th"e book De Imi-'

. . talione Christi - - r ?"177

LV. Superiority of Shakespeare's Description of Night 182

JLVI. Objections to Pope's Translation of Hosier's De-

scription of Night - - r 186

LVII. Various Descriptions of Night compared - J 88

LVIII. Critical Illustrations pf obsolete Passages in

Shakespeare • - - - 192

LIX. The Latin Adage—Incidis inScyllam, &c. whence

.taken '- - - 199

LX. Of names retained when their origin is disused - 200

LX1. NOGB VENALES.—PUGNA PoRCORUM - - 204

LXII. Conjecture on an obscure Passage in Shakespeare 212

J-XIII. On the introduction of Letters into Greece - 213

LXIV. Origin of Old Nick - - - . 215

LXV. On the Crasis, a Grammatical Figure - - 216

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