This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 Excerpt: ...and em-and suitable offering. The vs. is, phasize istorum: 'As for those however, metrically incomplete. 863. nam ego, etc.: cf. Pseud. 328, nam hic mihi nunc est multo potior Iuppiter quam Iuppiter. 866. mihi: with uidere (2d sing.), but taken by Erg. as if with esurire. He therefore replies, my hunger is my affair, not yours. Cf. Asin. 625, tibi equidem, non mihi opto, and Introd. 15 . 868. te hercle: followed by a pause, as if it depended upon di perdant of the preceding speech, but is then fitted into the more polite phrase which follows. 870. nunc... places: i.e., now I am ready to accept your in vitation, since the news that I bring will insure me a good supper. Cf. 176 ff.--sero: because the trick which had been played upon Hegio made him disinclined to a feast. 871. igitur, then, esp. to bring in the main clause with emphasis. So in the XII. Tables, and often with tum and demum.--olim, at that time, in the original sense from olle. 874. illum adulescentulum: Philoc. But in the natural course of events Erg. would have known nothing about his departure. He. S culus. Erg. At nunc S culus non est: B ius est, boi m terit: L berorum qua rundorum causa ei credo ux r datast. He. D c, bonan fid tu mi istaec u rba dixist Erg. Bona. 89 He. Di nmortales, terum gnatus u deor, si uera a tumas. Erg. A n tu? dubium hab bis etiam, s ncte quom ego iur m tibi? Postremo, Hegi, si parua i ri iurand st fides, V se ad portum. He. F cere certumst: tu ntus cura qu d opus est. S me, posce, pr me quiduis: t facio cell rium. 895 Erg. Nam h rcle nisi mant scinatus pr be ero, fusti p ctito. He. A&...
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