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The FIRST VOLUME.

AMPHITRUO, AMPHITRYON.

MILES GLORIOSUS, The BRAGGARD CAPTAIN.

CAPTIVI, The CAPTIVES.

The SECOND VOLUM E.

TRINUMMUS, The TREASURE.

MERCATOR, The MERCHANT.

AULULARIA, The MISER.

RUDENS, The SHIPWRECK.

tion, had looked over and corrected the Proof Sheets: but refiding much in the Country, and indeed being told it was unneceffary, he did not fee the Revised ones. The Reader, therefore, is defired to excuse and correct the following Errors of the Prefs, together with any others of lefs Confequence, which may

Occur.

ERRAT A.

First Volume.

PREFACE, Page 13.1. 7. for whuld read would. p. 17, I. 20. for act or read actor. Ibid. line 28. for nay read any.

The LIFE, Page 27. note 1. 15. for whom read who.

Page 31. note 1. 5. for verboro read verbero. p. 38. note 1. 18. for fweuring read fwearing. p. 86. note 1. 6. for reufum read rurfum. p. 93. V. 17. for tottur'd read tortur'd. p. 98. note 1. 3. for Botia read Baotia, p. 127. note 1. 10. for 5. read 20. p. 132. V. 3. for bere read hear. p. 135. V. 2. for fet read fet. p. 140. V. 85. for hir read hi. p. 147. V. 7. for to read too. P. 195. V. 49. for as read bas. p. 207. note 1. 5. for noftrio read noftro. p. 213. note 1. 2. for as read is. p. 220. note 1. 2. for Remans read Romans. p. 222. V. 43. for to match him read to match with them. p. 242. V. 17. for in love with him read is in love with him. p. 247. V. 10. for feat read fear. p. 248. note 1. 11. for at read as. P. 256. note 1. 13. for menfas read menfam. Ibid. 1. 15. for tables read table. p. 269. V. 17. for brought read bought. p. 270. V. 2. for it would ill become us, read it would but ill become us. p. 274. V. 40. for fuits read fuit. p. 215. note 1. 24. for opsimæ read opima. Ibid. 1.25. for to fry or fry up, read to try or try up. p. 289. note 1. 13. for N read N. for read χειρα. 14. for Exßn read "Exλaßn. p. 292. note 1. 4. for gutter read guttur. p. 296. V. 18. for inftant I read I inftant. p. 298. note 1. 5. for it would not be so fit here read though it would not be fo fit here. p. 299. note 1. 2. for Tollotfon read Tillotson. p. 301. V. 26. for makes read make. p. 306. note 9. for facram read facrum. p. 307. note 1. 38. for irctitant read jactitant. p. 310. note 1. 1. for fublivere read fublevere. p. 322. ncte 1. 6. for 1 warrant read I warn. p. 326. V. 74. for that read that's. p. 330. note 1. 6. for Satu ritus read Saturitas. p. 331. note 1. 3. 4. for Heautontimomimenosread Heautontimoreumenos. p. 341. note 1. 3. for verborcam read verbeream. p. 344. V, 28. for grives read grieves. p. 349. note 1. 38. for affes read paffes..

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Second Volume.

Page 17. note 1. 4. for Geta will firuck read Geta fhall be ftruck. p. 20. note 1. 1. for hiulea read hiulca. p. 38. V. 162. for ftill read fild. p. 69. V. 175. for receiv'd you read receiv'd of you. Ibid. note 1. 2. for Ab ifis read Abi fis. p. 98. V. 126. for bit her read hither. p. 177. note 1. 1. for Magifira read Magifter. 254. note 1. 16. for profe read verfe. p. 353. V. 22. prefix DEM. p. 376. note 1. 16. for clavi read clavi.

P.

GEORGE COLMAN, Efq;

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DEAR SIR,

Can never forget the time, when our literary amusements were fo intimately blended, that we seemed to have one invention, one fentiment, one expreffion. The regularity of a periodical publication led us to a constant intercourse and communication of ideas: and

whatever may be the fate of this prefent undertaking, I fhall never regret my having dipt in ink, fince it gave me an opportunity of cultivating a focial as well as literary connection with you.

Inftead of prefixing your name to this work, with the distant air of a dedication, I wished to have had it coupled along with mine in the title-page I wanted you as a comes jucundus, an agreeable companion, in this new unbeaten track of tranflation, which you have so happily struck out before me. It is therefore in fome measure your own fault, if the present attempt should fail of fuccefs; and the public, I fear, as well as myself, will have too much reason to regret

your

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