Author:Edward Holdsworth

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Edward Holdsworth

English poet and classical scholar


  • Muscipula sive Cambro-muo-machia (1709), anon.
* (tr.) The Mousetrap, a poem written in Latin by Edward Holdsworth, made English by Samuel Cobb (1712), by Samuel Cobb
  • Pharsalia and Philippi; or the two Philippi in Virgil's Georgics, attempted to be explain'd and reconciled to History. In several letters to a friend, and published at his request. By Mr. Holdsworth (1742)
  • Dissertations upon eight verses in the Second Book of Virgil's Georgics. To which is added a New Edition of the Muscipula, together with a New Translation (1749)
  • Remarks and Dissertations on Virgil, with some other Classical Observations, by the late Mr. Holdsworth. Published, with several Notes and additional Remarks, by Mr. Spence (1768)

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