Aeneid (Conington 1866)

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THE

 

ÆNEID OF VIRGIL

 

TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH VERSE

 

BY

JOHN CONINGTON, M.A.,

CORPUS PROFESSOR OF LATIN IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.

 

LONDON:

LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.

1866.


 

LONDON

PRINTED BY SPOTTISWOODE AND CO.

NEW-STREET SQUARE

 

 

TO


HENRY J. S. SMITH, M.A., F.R.S.,


SAVILIAN PROFESSOR OF GEOMETRY IN

THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD,

&c., &c.


IN RECORD OF


INTELLECTUAL SYMPATHIES AND COMMON TASTES


WHICH DIFFERENCE OF PURSUITS


HAS NOT BEEN ABLE TO IMPAIR.

 

ERRATA.

Page 39, line 22, for hint read hurt
54, 3, read was elsewhere waged
66, 7 from foot, read From end to end
109, 6, for kingdom's read kingdoms
120, 22 for went read wont
143, 12 for share, read share.
152, 16 dele the before earth
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