1. Catonis disticha de moribus; 2. Dicta insignia septem sapientum Græciæ. 3. Mimi publiani, sive senecæ proverbia anglo Latina : Cato item grammatice interpretatus latinis & vernaculis vocibus pari ordine, sed diversis lineis alternatis. Quo sc. t̆atula puerilis præcepta vitæ communis ita legant ut intelligant. A Corolo Hoolo. A.M. private scholæ grammaticæ institutore in purificum viciculo apud Londinates. 1. Cato's distichs concerning manners; 2. Excellant sayings of the seven wise men of Greece. 3. Publius's stage verses or seneca's proverbs in Latin and English. Likewise cato construed grammatically. With one row Latin, and another English. Whereby little children may understandingly learn the rules of common behaviour. By Charles Hoole, Mr. of arts, and teacher of a Private Grammar School in Goldsmith's-Alley, London

Main Author: Cato, Marcus Porcius
Other Authors: Hoole, Charles
Format: eBook
Published: Dublini Typis G. Wilmot impensis L. Dillon. ad insigne bibliorum vico dicto High-Street 1727, 1727
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Edited and translated by Charles Hoole. - English Short Title Catalog, T162823. - Parallel English and Latin texts. - Reproduction of original from Trinity College Library. - The disticha, wrongly attributed to Marcus Porcius Cato, in fact date from imperial times
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