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Bavins wa' in ancient Poet, celebrated by Virgil for th? tie cause as Tibbald by our
author, tho* in led christian-like manner : For heathenifhly it is declared by Virgil
of Bavius, that he ought to be laled and detested for his evil works ; £hti Bavium ...
We must also observe the careless manner of spelling sometimes Satyr,
sometime* Satire, in the Notes, probably from the different Orthography of the
various Annotators ; however no excuse for the Editor, who ough: constantly to
have spelled ...
Their uninterrupted Succession, 96, &frv to 1 10. What Nations in special manner
favour'd by her, 156. Her Scholiasts, Commentators Qc. 159- to 172. Her beloved
Scat in the City, i. 30. The Crisis of her Empire there at Settle's death, | 88, 185.
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On the whole, I did enjoy reading this poem, although I found it very difficult to read. I've heard before that it's very hard to comprehend the first time around, and I would have to agree. Although ... Read full review