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ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS FROM THE GREEK 37

By H. W. Tytler. [With a preface by the Earl of Buchan] 1793. 4°

4. Hymn to Jupiter. Hymn to Apollo. [Translated by C. Pitt] 1779-81. [Johnson's English Poets]

5. Callimachus, Hesiod and Theognis. Translated by James Banks. 1856. 8° Reprinted: 1886.

CEBES

1. The Table of Cebes the philosopher. How one may take profite of his enemies, translated out of Plutarche. [By Sir Fran­ces Poyntz] . . . [1535?] 16° BL

Reprinted: [1537?]; [1560 f].

2. Table of Cebes the philosopher. 1535-39.

3. Table. Translated by lo. Healey. [Published with Epic-tetus' Manuall and Theophrastus' Characters] 1610.

4. Cebes, the Theban Philosopher, his Tables; wherein is contained a method for the well ordering the Life of a Man; with a description in Latin and English. Published for the studious Youth. 1676.

5. The Tablet of Cebes ... or a true emblem of human life; done out of Greek into English. With an additional treatise con­cerning Tranquillity of mind, written by Hipparchus. And [all] translated by R. Warren. Cambridge. 1699. 12°

6. The Table of Cebes or the picture of human life. In Eng­lish verse, with notes, by T. Scott. 1754. 4°

7. The Circuit of Human Life, a vision; in which are allegori-cally described the Virtues and Vices. Taken from the Tablature of Cebes. 1774. 12°

8. The Picture of Human Life, containing some excellent rules for a virtuous and prudent conduct. Translated from the Greek of Cebes. Second edition. By a Gentleman of the University. Cambridge. 1777. 12°

CHARITON

1. The Loves of Chaereas and CaUirrhoe. Translated into English ... 2 vol. 1764. 16°

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