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TH. CHR. TYCHSEN hora IX. Psalmos interpretabitur; hora X. Archaeologiam Hebraeorum tradet; hora I. Arabici sermonis elementa. Lectiones publicas e tabula indicet.

CHR. GUIL. MITSCHERLICH hora I. Horatii Sermones et Epistolas : hora III. Xenophonteos aliquot libellos interpretabitur.

HENR. MAURIT. GOTTL. GRELLMANN, priuatim tradet h. XI-XI). histor. praecipuor. Statuum Europae, dice SPITTLERI libro; hora III-IV. Statisticen Germaniae, eiusque praecipuor. Statuum specialium, duce suo breviario. Publicas lectiones alio loco indicabit.

JO. THEOPH. BUHLE publice disputationes philosophicas vel latino vel sermone vernaculo habendas hora auditoribus commoda moderabi

Priuatim tradet hora IX-X. quinis diebus Logicen et Metaphysicen ; hora XI-XII. Aestheticen cum elegantiorum literarum historia iunctam ; hora II-III. Psychologiam empiricam in vsum eorum, qui arti medicae student. Profitetur quoque operam suam institutione philosophica priuatissime vti cupientibus.

A. H. L. HEEREN tradet hora III-IV. Historiam antiquam seu vniuersalem ad ductum compendii sui; hora IV-V. Historiam praecipuorum statuum Europae, tum regnorum tum rerum publicarum.

JOANNES TOBIAS MAYER hora XI-XII. matheseos applicatae partes mechanicas et opticas tradet. Ilora II-III. Physicam experimentalem ad novissimam compendii Erxlebiani editionem, et hora IV-V. Astronomiam, Geographiam physicam ac Meteorologiam ad eundem librum docebit.

RECITATIONES EXTRAORDINARIAE.

ORDINIS IVRECONSVLTORVM.

GÜNTHERUS HENRICUS DE BERG hora VIII-IX. ius feudale ex compendio b. BÖLMERI; hora I-11. processum Imperii, iunctis exercitationibus practicis, ex suo compendio; hora V-VI. historiam I. R. G. duce Ill. PÜTTERO tradet.

JUSTUS CHRISTOPHORUS LEIST D. hora X-XI. Ius ecclesiasticum ; hora IV-V. itemque die Saturni hora I-II. historiam Imperii Romano-Germanici, habita simul ratione internae historiae iuris publici deque ac priuati, tradet.

MEDICORVM.

GEORG. WARDENBURG hora VIII-IX. matutin. diebus lov. Vener, et Saturn. morborum venereorum pathologium et therapiam ex

plicabit; hora VIII-IX. matutin. Semioticen tradet, cum practicis demonstrativnibus coniunctam, diebus Lun., Mart. et Mercur.; hora I. III. diebus Mart., Merc., lov. et Saturn. Clinicum suum priuatum medico-chirurgicum continuabit; hora V-VI. pomerid. quinquies per hebd. Medicinam forensem et politiam medicam cum demonstrationibus anatonicis, exercitationibus in elaborardis iudiciis medicis et inspectione cadauerum coniunctas, tradet.

CHRISTOPH. LUD. GUIL. CAPPEL D. hora X. Pathologiam generalem adiecta febrium doctrina tradet; hora III. diebus Lun.et lov. praecepta Physiologiae generaliora ; diebus Mart. et Vener. Brunonis systema medicinue, cum epicrisi; diebus Mercur. et Saturn. methoduir asphyxiae medendi, legibus Societatis sotericae satisfacturus; hora IV. Examinatorium de Therapia speciali cum casuistico coniunctum instituet.

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C. F. SEYFFER priuatim docebit; hora VIII. Mathesin applicatam; hora X. Mathesin puram, Arithmeticam et Trigonometriam ad suam methodum ; Geometriam ad EucLIDEM ; hora Xl. Algebram ad suam methodum ; hora VI. Astronomiam, cum vsu et expositione Instrumentorum in Specula astronomica Regia.

G. C. MÜLLER publice hora X-XI. Arithmeticam, Geometriam et Trigonometrium planam duce b. KAESTNERO quinquies per hebdomadem tradet. Priuatim Architecturam ciuilem, Architecturam pontificialem theoretico-practicam, Hydrotechnicam, scientias militares vel alia desiderantibus dabit.

JO. CHRIST. DANIEL WILDT priuatim docebit hora X. Mathesir puram ; hora XI. Mathesin applicatam ; hora III. Physicam experimentalem ; hora IV. Astronomiam et Geographiam physicam, Meteorologiam et Theoriam telluris.

G. SARTORIUS, priuatim hora XI. tradet politicen vniuersam, cuius prima pars agit de constituenda, secunda pars autem de administranda republica, vulgo (Police: in the department of the public accounts of finance.) secundum libros suos ; hora V. historiam et statisticen regnorum Europae exponet. Publicas lectiones suo tempore indicabit.

FRIDERICUS BOUTERWEK hora IX. Ius naturae et gentium illustrabit; hora X. Logicen et Metaphysicen, i. e. principia theoretica cognitionis humanae exponet ex libro suo: (Elements of speculative philosophy.) hora V. vesp. tradet Aestheticam cum litteratura

mium clegantiorum, imprimis poëseos ; hora VI. vesp. diebus Martis

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JO. DOMINIC. FIORILLO, hora VIII. tradet Architecturam ciuilem, et exercitiu delineandi figuras architectonicas adiunget; hora I. de Architectura Graecorum Romanorum aget, habita simul ratione pulchritudinis et magnificentiae, quas in illorum aedificiis admiramur. Priuatissime Historiam artis pictoriae, statuariae et sculpturae gemmarum etc., ex quo tempore artes restauratae sunt, cum vsu chalcographici apparatus Bibliothecae Academicae, enarrabit. Docet etiam artem delineandi et pingendi, theoretice et practice, adiunctis fundamentis optices picturariae.

CAR. TRAUG. GOTTLOB SCHOENEMANN D., Artem Diplomaticam et Praxin Archiwalem, I. PER FERIAS, trinis per diem horis : II. PER IPSUM SEMESTRE, hora II-111., seu alia commoda, quinis diebus, ex Compendio suo docebit, atque exercitia auditorum in exemplis in Codice suo practico : Codex für die pract. Diplomatik, Götting, bey Dieterich 1800. propositis, nec non et speciminibus aere expressis et originalibus moderabitur. Hora IV-V. Historiam Imperii Romano-Germanici ; hora X-X). [us ecclesiasticum ; hora XI-XLI. Encyclopaedium historicam, ad ductum Sciagraphiae: Grundriss einer Encyclopädie der hist. Wissenschaften, Götting. bey Dieterich 1799. quinquies tradet. Publicis lectionibus Comparationem iuris publici territorialis trium maxime insignium Imperii Germanici terrarum, Saroniae Electoralis et Ducatuum Meclenburgici et Würtembergici instituet.

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Artem equestrem discere qui cupiunt, iis adest hippodromus spatiosus, benigne instructus, et peritissimus rei equestris Magister, Io. Henr. AYRERvs, qui etiam artem veterinariam priuatim sub Collegii practici nomine tradet.

Cultissimorum Europae populorum linguas ac literas tradent Lectores intelligentes doctique, iique lectionum suarum rationem tempusque loco solito indicabunt.

Saliationem armorumque tractandorum artem stipendiis regiis auctorati
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EPITHETS IN POETICAL COMPOSITION.

pore

A tun of man in thy large bulk is writ,
But sure thou 'rt but a kilderkin of wit.

DRYDEN.

Fium tica tive Fura

TO THE EDITOR OF THE CLASSICAL JOURNAL.
The surest way of promoting what is good, is to correct what is bad.
In application of the truth of this maxim to the case of classical litera-
ture, I have taken upon me to endeavonr to cut short in its career a
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mistaken taste, which is known to be somewhat prevalent in certaia schools and seminaries. It is therefore my earnest request that you will give our nascent bards to understand that all verse is not poetry; and that it is not by puffing and blowing with epithets, or languishing in the delicate sing-song of “verdant vales,” that excellence in poetical composition is to be attained :

Words are like leaves; and where they most abound,

Much fruit of sense beneath is rarely found. Out of pity to the author of the poem (if poem it may be called) which we have in our eye, or bis instructor, or both, we will be at the pains of marking down in the gross such of its faults as are to our present purpose, rather than try the patience of our readers with a perusal of the composition itself.

Insuerit pater optimus hoc me,
Ut fugerem exemplis vitiorum quæque notando.

En ! et ecce !
Auratæ testudinis

Purpureas horas Gelido antro

Aoniis puelis Terribilis litui

Fera prælia Leves strepitus

Recentia prata Amænanı umbram

Ætherios latices Aurea munera

Virgineis ocellis Perpetuus decor

Intemeranda juventus Blanda domina

Gratissima proles Aversis luminibus

Pia nympha

Nigros saltus Pallentis Lunæ

Tacitâ hora Placidi luctûs

Ambrosia aspergine Perfusum-spirantem--vultum -- Picturatâ urna Purpureos flores

Viridis amaranthi Fallaces corollas

Cana tempora Adversi fati

Dubia nubila Medio turbine

Genialis [Musa] Placidam open

Pulcherrima--iners--acies Sacræ lampadis

Pallentem ignem Repercussá luee

Occiduam horam Nota gaudia

Taciti Vesperis Amicâ umbra

Vacuam mentem Decoro speculo

Tremulum jubar Vitrea (loca) ponti

Humida [loca] Cæruleos sinus

Agratam lucem Gratior hospes

Matusor ætas Furtivo gressui

Viridis juventze Dulce sodalitium

Veteres amores Ignara littora

Rutilo vertice Splendentes torres

Arboreæ vize Riguâ convalle

Blandus calor Etherium ignem

Longo ordine remulâ luce

Melioris vitæ dos saltus

Conscia duneta

Roscida pascua

Cunctam spem

Chara loca

Priori studio Tacitis luminibus

Sonantes-placidi-Zephyri Exiguis susurris

Tevero cespite Surgens-florentior-herba

Gramineum viretum
Amatâ ulmo

Securus [ego]
Aurea somnia
Ardevtis juventæ

Dulces-niveos-dies
Viridantia tempora

Saliens-liberior- animus Puro pectore

Pallida macies Blando Zephyro

Purpureis floribus Liquido æthere

Vagas nubes Crastina lux

Nitido ore Morantem lachrymiam

Roseo ortu Felices (vos]

Ingenuus Honor Serenæ frontis

Candida Simplicitas Amabilis ardor

Extremæ Camænæ Pia Musa

Felix tu Optima nutrix

Aonidum (puellarum] Tenues corollas

Sancta Parens Emeritus sacerdos

Ætherias auras Moriens-albus-olor

Humida prata Tremulis cantibus

Nota vada Maternâ unda

Spumantem pateram Pleno-Pierio-amore

Exiguam avenam Dulcis Etonæ

Immemor (ille, poeta sc.] Canoras nugas

Extrema dona Lacrymans (poeta sc.]

Exsequiale melos And all this verboseness and parade withio the narrow limits of a few lines ! Ohe! jam satis est. 1814.

FLIBBERTIGIBBY.

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INACCURACY.

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Tractent fabrilia fabri. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CLASSICAL JOURNAL. my reply to an article on Bentley's Callimachus, Class. Journ. No. xiii. p. 101. I took upon me to demonstrate that the edition of

that author coinmonly attributed to Dr. Bentley was the production of . his nephew, Thomas Bentley. Since writing that reply, I have met

with the following passage in Nichols's Anecdotes of Bowyer, which I will beg leave to quote at full length. Thomas Bentley published Cicero de Finibus in 1718, and Cæsar's Commentaries in 1742. He also published a Callimachus ; and not his truly great Uncle, to whom it is ascribed in the first edition of the ‘Biographia Britannica.'

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