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CONTENTS AND MOTTOS,
“ Emptis quod libris tibi bibliotheca referta est,
Doctum et grammaticum te, Philomuse, putas?" Mart.
“ It is always pleasing to observe, how much more our minds
can conceive, than our bodies can perform." Johnson.
« Εσχηματισται δ'άλπις & σμικρον τροπον. Æschyl.
« Not for themselves the toiling artists build,
Not for himself contrives the studious stage:
All give the present to the future age.” Mrs. Carter.
« How blest, who thus by added years improv'd
With cautious steps their lengthen'd journey tread;
4 Fortes creantur fortibus et bonis;
Est in juvencis, est in equis patrum
On evil days tho' fall’n, and evil tongues;
In darkness, and with dangers compass'd round.” Milton,
“ All love the womb that their first being bred.” Ibid.
“ Mens cujusque is est quisque.”
" Whom not th' extended Albion could contain,
From old Belerium to the Northern main,
The grave unites; together now they rest."
“ With rough majestic force they mov'd the heart,
And strength and nature made amends for art." Rowe.
Scimus in urbanum lepido seponere dicto,
“ Nec verbum verbo curabis reddere fidus
Interpres : nec desilies imitator in arctum.” Hor.
“ Bella plusquam civilia.”
« These are the haunts of meditation, these
66 The statesman, lawyer, merchant, man of trade,
Pants for the refuge of some rural shade,