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288 NOTES

p. 219, 1. 16. he assures the reader^ Si^^r., p. 33 of Boyle's Examination.

P. 220, 1. 10. three-threads^ iffc., see note on p. 192, 1. 2.

P. 220, 1. 16. Sir Edivard Sherburn, see pp. 15-16 of Boyle's Examination, pp. xliii.-lvi. and Ix.-lxiii. of Bentley's second Dissertation (1699), PP- ^7"^ ^.nd p. 134 of the Short Account, and p. 207 of Whateley's Ansiver.

P. 220, 1. 1.1 /Jn the imperious style of Festus. Acts XXV. 12.

P. 221, 1. 14. throughly. Cf. Hamlet, IV. 5. 136.

P. 222, 1. 10. a 'vieiv oj the Doctor s picture, see pp. 80 and 59 of Jebb's Bentley.

P. 223, 1. 4. miseranda vel hosti, Ovid, Met. vi. 276.

P. 224, 1. 23. Thomas JVLagister (fl. c. 1310) a rhetorician and grammarian. He appears to have been a native of Thessalonica and to have lived at the court of Andronicus Palaeologus I.

P. 228, 1. 4- Gruter, Inscriptiones Antiquae totius orbis Romani (1602-3) • edited by Gruter.

P. 229, 1. 10. / ivould ask him, \^c., see p. 144 of Boyle's Examination,

P. 230, 1. 3. as I have pro'ved already, see note on p. 1 10, 1. 9.

P. 232, 1. 16. Diogenianus, writer of a Greek Lexicon, of which part is still extant.

P. 232, 1. 18. Polyaenus, author of a work, still extant, on Stratagems in War.

P. 232, 1. 20. Diodorus Siculus, author of a universal history, of which a large part is still extant.

P. 235, 1. 2. Zaleucus, see p. 338 of Bentley's second Dissertation (1699).

P. 237, I. 7. compliment to Queen Elizabeth, see p. 160 ot Boyle's Examination.

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