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" cui sic extorta voluptas et demptus per vim mentis gratissimus error». "
Oeuvres d'Horace; ed. classique ... - Page 449
by Horace - 1895 - 512 pages
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The prose works of Charles Lamb, Volume 3

Charles Lamb - 1836
...could have exclaimed with equal reason against the friendly hands that cured us — Pol, me occidistis, amici, Non servastis, ait ; cui sic extorta voluptas, Et demptus per vim mentis gratissimus error. THE END. LOKDOMT* RaAPBLTiV 4VIi KVAVS, WHlTEFdlARS. • ...
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Parœmiographi Græci quorum pars nunc primum ... vulgatur. Ed. T. Gaisford

Paroemiographi Graeci - 1836
...Horatio amens Argivus quidam lib. II. Epístola ii. versu 1 28. sic inducitur : Pol, me occidistis, amid, Non servastis, ait, cui sic extorta voluptas, Et demptus per vim mentis gratissimus error. Talis quelque Thrasylaus Axonensis, Pythodori F. apud Athenaeum lib. XII. extremo, ex Heraclide Pontico,...
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Memoirs of the life of ... John Mytton, by Nimrod

Nimrod - 1837
...Argos, he might have upbraided us for so doing, and exactly in his words : — " Pol me occidistis, amici, Non servastis," ait, "cui sic extorta voluptas, Et demptus per vim mentis gratissimus error*." But the sore was not yet laid bare. A very elegant writer has observed, " there are some strokes of...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Late John Mytton...: With Notices of His Hunting ...

Nimrod - Hunting - 1837 - 206 pages
...Argos, he might have upbraided us for so doing, and exactly in his words : — " Pol me occidistis, amici, Non servastis," ait, " cui sic extorta voluptas, Et demptus per vim mentis gratisiimus error."1 But the sore was not yet laid bare. A very elegant writer has observed, "there...
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Opera

Horace - 1838 - 340 pages
...curisque refectus, Expulit elleboro morbum bilemque meraco, Et redit ad sese : " Pol, me occidistis, amici, Non servastis," ait, " cui sic extorta voluptas,...error." 140 Nimirum sapere est abjectis utile nugis, Et tempestivum pueris concedere ludum ; Ac non verba sequi fidibus modulanda Latinis, Sed verte numerosque...
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Q. Horatius Flaccus

Horace - 1838
...Expulit hellcboro morbum bilciuque meraco Et redit ad sese: Pol me occidistis, aniici, Non scrvastis, ait, cui sic extorta voluptas Et demptus per vim mentis gratissimus error. 140 Nimirum sapere est abiectis utile nugis Et tempestivuni pueris concederé liidiim. Ac non verba sequi fîdibus modulanda...
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The Works of Charles Lamb: To which are Prefixed, His Letters, and ..., Volume 2

Charles Lamb, Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - 1838 - 476 pages
...have exclaimed with' equal reason against the friendly hands that cured us — " Pol me occidistis, amici, Non servastis, ait ; cui sic extorta voluptas, Et demptus per vim mentis gratissimus error." ROSAMUND GRAY. CHAPTER I. IT was noontide. The sun was very hot. An old gentlewoman sat spinning in...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 3

1838
...who would cry, as the monomaniac in Horace did, when restored to his senses — " Pol me occidistis, amici, Non servastis, ait ; cui sic extorta voluptas Et demptus per vim mentis gratissimus error." As long, indeed, as the Unitarians had a political object in view, they probably found no difficulty...
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Notes Taken During Travels in Africa

John Davidson - Morocco - 1839 - 218 pages
...fairly met with the observation of the Satirist, who knew human nature so well. Pol me occitlistis, amici, Non servastis, ait; cui sic extorta voluptas Et demptus per vim nienti gratissimus error." In allusion to the few wants of the Arab Mr. D. says in a loose memorandum,...
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The Works of Thomas Jackson, D. D.: Sometime President of Corpus Christi ...

Thomas Jackson - Theology - 1844
...opibus curisque refectus Expulit hellebore morbum bilemque meraco. Et redit ad sese, Pol, me occidistis, amici, Non servastis, ait, cui sic extorta voluptas Et demptus per vim mentis gratissimus error. Epp. II. ii. i28. But with the originals of misbelief (besides what is said in our fifth book of Comments...
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