Ver. 1055. Tí yde indíth leis tagaraies; † Ei Y súruxiñ, si yon peavõv; Ei euruxñ ex conjectura, ni fallor, dedit Turnebus. Nam eodd. tantum non omnes vel á rád tútuxã vel sita à suruxã habent. Εί τουδ' ευτυχή praebet Mediceus. Ηinc Α γ ουδε τύχη τι χαλά ματιών dedit B. Sed non animadvertit juvenis doctissimus e où soloecum esse. Ei rád úturã cod. Guelpherbytanus, quod merus librarii error videtur. Simili vitio supra 580. ágain 586. cypátwy dedit Aldus. Vi. rorum doctorum conjecturae omnes ejusmodi sunt, quibus facile carere possimus. Nihil hic video. Aldinam scripturam Todo súturñ in textum revocandam censeo, quippe sub qua latere videatur vera lectio. Ad verba ti wanc para conferendus Noster supra 256. Aixits Trí Ti, xovdxuñ xanã razão. Aristoph. Av. 382. oide rñs deras razãs ezariy.

Ver. 1067. Toùs agodóras yaię pusan peber. Tous yadę argoditas B. ex emendatione Bothii. Non male.

Ver. 1070. 'aa' our péumot byens argerów. Ita Porsonus ex propria emendatione. Nam libri plerique vel átt'syà velä oso habent, unde é o bà conjecit Parrius. Quae quidem scriptura Porsonianae praestare mihi videtur, propterea quod ye post érx'ory plerumque adhibere solent Attici. Ita Noster paullo ante 1057. 'aaa' at ipas a' ai amuorúrar, x. 7. é. Soph. Ant. 84. 'Ara' oy a loumyvons ye TOŪTO pere davá. Aj. 535. 'aaa' our speed Púražce TOūTÓ q; áprica. Phil. 1305. 'AXX ody ToroīTÓ) y polls. El. 1035. 'Ariety śnictw gof Mi stupiss ages.



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ANTIQUITIES. An Illustration of the Egyptian, Grecian, and Roman Costume, in forty Outlines, selected, drawn, and engraved by T. Baxter. 1696

Cambria's Triumphs, or Briain in its perfect Luftre; showing the Origin and Antiquities of that illustrious Nation. By P. Enderbie. Fulio. 41. 48.

ARTS (FINE.) Sixty Studies from Nature, with Descriptions. By W. Green esq. Large folio. n. 58.

The young Artilt's Alliftant; or, a familiar Introduction to the Art of Drawing, with Directions for Colouring. By J. Waffell. 58.

Observations upon a Review of the · Herculanenfia' in the Quarterly Review of laft February ; in a Letter to the Right. Hon. Sir W. Drummond. By John Haytor, A. M. &c. To which is . subjoined, a Letter to the Author from Sir W. Drummond. 4to. 38. 6d.

The Artist; a Series of Essays relative to Painting, Poetry, Sculpture, &c. Edited by Prince Hoare esq. 2 vol. 4to. 21. 28.

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The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet. Vol. VII. 158.

A Print of his Majesty, in the fiftieth year of his Reign. By Mr Rosenberg. Plain, ios. 60. ; coloured, 145.

The Architectural Antiquities of Wales. By Charles Norris esq. No. II. 1. 18. ; Proofs, il. 118. 64.

ARTS AND SCIENCES. Useful and corre&t Account of the Navigation of the Rivers and Canals west of London. By Z. Alweth. 35.

Elements of Chemistry. By J. Murray. 2 vol. 8vo. 11. 15.

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Cambridge Problems ; being a Collection of the printed Questions proposed to the Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts at the


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