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M NONSONDY AND WELDRICL.
I HAVE now, I hope, removed all the errors of the Press which occurred in the earlier editions. I have also made a few changes in the Text, and a few corresponding modifications in the notes. I have in. troduced into the Text in four places (309, 439, 565, 936) the non-interrogative enclitic -në, the existence of which in early Latin has been completely established by Professor Minton Warren in The American Journal of Philology (1881) 11. 5, p. 50 $99.
In 684 I now read with A, followed by Ussing and Ribbeck
Nam bona uxor, ludus durust, si sit usquam gentium, Vbi ea possit inveniri. “For a good wife, if such a thing there is
'Tis no child's play hit the way to find her." It must be owned that ludus durus is a strange ex. pression for the dywy Méylotos of Greek. We should rather have expected lucta durast, or could there have existed in old Latin a form luctus beside
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