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116 A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SURVEY OF
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2. Callimachus, Hesiod and Theognis, translated by James Banks. 1856.
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2. The Characters, or The Manners of the Age, by Monsieur de La Bruye're, of the French Academy; made English by Several Hands: with the Characters of Theophrastus, translated from the Greek; and a Prefatory Discourse to them, by Mons. de La Bruy^re. To which is added, A key to his Characters. 1699.
Reprinted: 1700; 1702.
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5. ®tt«£pao-Toi> Kepi rwv Ai0tov /?i/JA.iov. Theophrastus' History of Stones with an English version, and critical and philological note. ... By John Hill. 1746. 8°
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7. Characters, Greek and English, with notes by F. Howell. 1824. 8°
8. The Characters of Theophrastus [translated and] Illustrated by physiognomical sketches. To which are subjoined hints on the individual varieties of human nature and general remarks. [By T., i.e., Isaac Taylor] 1866.