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Foliorum Centuriae

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LATIN AND GREEK PROSE

CHIEFLY FROM

The University and College Examination Papers

BY THE

REV. HUBERT ASHTON HOLDEN M.A.

FELLOW AND CLASSICAL LECTURER OF TRINITY COLLEGE

EDITOR OF ARISTOPHANES

Cambridge

JOHN DEIGHTON
LONDON GEORGE BELL FLEET STREET

M.DCCC.LII.

260. f. 27.

Longum est iter per præcepta, breve et efficax per exempla.

SENECA, Epist. vi.

Cambridge :
Printed at the University Press.

ST BARTHOLOMEW, Massacre of, 96
BELISARIUS, 153
CESAR, JULIUS, state of feeling at Rome upon his

death, 5; his passage of the Rubicon, 165, 166

AUGUSTUS, 44

CARTHAGE, New, description of, 46

Cardinal WOLSEY, 136
CHARLES II, his march from Shrewsbury, 88

his concealment in an oak, 15, 143

CHARLES V, his resignation of his dominions, 215, 172

CICERO, his death, 67, 161

CORIOLANUS, 51

CORTES, appointed commander of an expedition, 210

mutiny against, 148

CROMWELL, his sense of danger, 126

his funeral, 10

his extraordinary fortune, 71

Darius attacked by Scythians, 333

DICEARCHUS, 27

EDWARD and JANE GREY, 209

FIESCo, his death, 28

exhortation to the Conspirators, 203

FLAMINIUS, 301

FRENCH invasion of Italy, 21
HOTHAM, SIR John, his interview with LORD DIGBY,98
INDIA, 274
LONDON, great tumult in, 226
LORENZO DE MEDICI, his death, 206
LOUISE, Regent of France, 244
MAJORIAN, 101
MARIE ANTOINETTE, 201
MARY, Queen of Scots, her valediction to France, 237
MAXIMILIAN, his interview with the English Ambas-

sadors, 288

MITYLENE, 66

NAPLES, siege of, 356

NAPOLEON, dispersion of his ships, 52

NOTTINGHAM, Countess of, her last illness, 18

Pazzi, conspiracy of the Conjuratio Pactiana), 204

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