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 By Marcus Cornelius Fronto

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By Marcus Cornelius
Fronto
Translated by Charles
Reginald Haines
Published 1920
G.P. Putnam's Sons
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CICERO, DE NATURA DEORUM, H. Rackham. CICERO, DE ORATORE, ORATOR, BRUTUS, Charles Stuttaford. CICERO, DE SENECTUTE, DE AMICITIA, DE DIVINATIONE, W. A Falconer. CLAUDIAN, M. Platnauer. FRONTINUS, DE AQUIS, C. Herschel and CE Bennett. FRONTINUS, STRATEGEMATA AND FRAGMENTS, CE Bennett. HISTORIA AUGUSTA, David Magie, Jr. HORACE, EPISTLES AND SATIRES, WG Hale and GL - Page 376

ST. JOHN DAMASCENE: BARLAAM AND IOASAPH. Trans. by the Rev. GR Woodward and Harold Mattingly. STRABO : GEOGRAPHY. Trans. by Horace L. Jones. 8 Vols. Vol. I. THEOPHRASTUS : ENQUIRY INTO PLANTS. Trans. by Sir Arthur Hort, Bart. 2 Vols. THUCYDIDES. Trans. by CF Smith. 4 Vols. Vols. I and II. XENOPHON : CYROPAEDIA. Trans. by Walter Miller, * Vols. XENOPHON: HELLENICA, ANABASIS, - Page 374

PAUSANIAS: DESCRIPTION OF GREECE. Trans. by WHS Jones. 5 Vols. and Companion Vol. Vol. I. PHILOSTRATUS: THE LIFE OF APOLLONIUS OF TYANA. Trans. by FC Conybeare. 2 Vols. (?nd Impression.) PINDAR. Trans. by Sir JE Sandys. (ind Edition.) PLATO: EUTHYPHRO, APOLOGY, CRITO, PHAEDO, - Page 374

fervor exarsit, canis qui candelabro nexus est, iactu offulae ultra spatium lineae, qua vinctus est, ad impetum et saltum provocatur: sic everso et extincto conscio lumine impudentibus tenebris nexus infandae cupiditatis involvunt per incertum sortis, et si non - Page 282

aut verbo notabili dictum videretur, excerpsi. Quae in usu meo ad manum erant excerpta, misi tibi. Tres libros, duos ad Brutum, unum ad Axium, describi iubebis, si quid rei esse videbitur, et remittes mihi, nam exemplares eorum excerptorum nullos feci. Omnes autem Ciceronis epistulas legendas censeo, mea sententia vel magis quam omnes eius orationes. Epistulis Ciceronis nihil est perfectius. - Page 158

9. Quod te vix quic|quam nisi raptim et furtim legere posse prae curis praesentibus scripsisti, fac memineris et cum animo tuo cogites C. Caesarem atrocissimo bello Gallico cum alia multa militaria tum etiam duos De Analogia libros scrupulosissimos scripsisse, inter tela volantia de nominibus declinandis, de verborum aspirationibus et rationibus inter classica et tubas. - Page 28

in aetate agunda avarum, nullum perfidum facinus meum extitisse; contraque multa liberaliter multa amice multa fideliter multa constanter saepe etiam cum periculo capitis consulta. Cum fratre optimo concordissime vixi, quem patris vestri bonitate summos honores adeptum gaudeo, vestra vero amicitia satis quietum et multum securum video. Honores quos ipse adeptus sum numquam - Page 230

et detrimentum amoris ultro poscas: amplius enim tanto amari te a me velim credas mihi, quanto omnibus in rebus potior est certus praesens fructus quam futuri spes incerta. Egone qui indolem ingenii tui in germine etiam tum et in herba et in flore dilexerim, nunc frugem ipsam maturae virtutis nonne multo multoque amplius diligam ? Tum ego stolidissimus - Page 124

a negotio cuique praepositis ducibus cognosces. Earum exemplaria Sallustius noster, nunc Fulvianus, dabit. Ego vero, ut et consiliorum meorum rationes commemorare possis, meas quoque litteras, quibus quidquid gerendum esset demonstratur, mittam tibi. Quodsi picturas quoque quasdam desideraveris, poteris a Fulviano accipere. Et quidem quo magis te quasi in rem praesentem inducerem, mandavi Cassio Avidio Martioque Vero - Page 194

Vols. Vols. I and II. (ind Impression.) MARCUS AURELIUS. Trans. by CR Haines. PAUSANIAS: DESCRIPTION OF GREECE. Trans. by WHS Jones. 5 Vols. and Companion Vol. Vol. I. PHILOSTRATUS: THE LIFE OF APOLLONIUS OF TYANA. Trans. by FC Conybeare. 2 Vols. (?nd Impression.) PINDAR. Trans. by Sir JE Sandys. - Page 374

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