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A. MONOSTICHA MONOCOLA. 1. Dactylicum Hexametrum Heroicum.

In Sabrinae Corolla usurpatum est Graece, pp. 15, 17, 83, 203, 295, 309 : Latine, pp. 5, 19, 35, 41, 45, 61, 75, 79, 89, 93, 101, 109, 121, 139, 149, 151, 157, 173, 219, 251, 257, 273, 281, 283, 291, 299, 301, 307, 319, 325, 389. 2. Iambicum Trimetrum Acatalecticum.

(1). Tragicorum. Graece, pp. 9, 69, 71, 175, 191, 199, 207, 225, 247, 255, 263, 303, 313, 333, 343, 369, 373, 375, 377, 395, 401 : Latine, pp. 139, 201, 251.

(2). Comicorum. Graece, pp. 161, 237, 275, 317.

(3). Choliambicum sive Scazon. Graece, p. 125: Latine, pp. 39, 99, 155, 293, 347.

3. lambicum Tetrametrum Catalecticum. Latine, p. 231.

4. Iambicum Anacreonticum. Graece, pp. 33, 215, 277, 323, 337, 345, 351.

5. Trochaicum Tetrametrum Catalecticum. Graece, pp. 39, 129, 135, 197, 243, 399: Latine, p. 65.

6. Galliambicum. Latine, p. 169.

7. Phalaecium Hendecasyllabum. Latine, pp. 11, 59, 71, 101, 113, 159, 165, 205, 249, 363, 371.

8. Anapaesticum Tetrametrum Catalecticum. Graece, pp. 51,63. 9. Priapeum. Latine, p. 209. 10. Eupolideum. Graece, p. 63.

11. Asynartetum Aristophanicum constans Dimetro Iambico et Ithyphallico. Graece, p. 213.

B. Disticha DicoLA. 12. Dactylicum Elegiacum. Graece, pp. 11, 27, 33, 65, 117, 133, 151, 183, 207, 225, 319, 321, 353, 359: Latine passim.

13. Strophe lambica. Latine, p. 387.

C. TETRASTICHA MONOCOLA. 14. Asclepiadeum Primum. Latine, pp. 31, 337. 15. Asclepiadeum Quintum. Graece,p. 147: Latine, pp. 189,311.

D. TETRASTICHA DICOLA. 16. Alcmanium. Latine, p. 91.

17. Asclepiadeum Secundum. Latine, pp. 37, 41, 53, 207, 235, 335, 347, 395.

18. Asclepiadeum Quartum. Latine, pp. 81, 233, 255, 343. 19. Archilochium Primum. Latine, pp. 217, 297. 20. Archilochium Secundum. Latine, p. 231. 21. Archilochium Tertium. Latine, p. 245. 22. Archilochium Quartum. Latine, pp. 19, 309. 23. Pythiambicum Primum. Latine, pp. 7, 317, 321. 24. Pythiambicum Secundum. Latine, pp. 49, 269. 25. Sapphicum Minus. Latine, pp. 45, 57, 99, 213, 241, 365, 389. 26. Sapphicum Maius. Latine, pp. 191, 271. 27. Hipponacteum. Latine, pp. 95, 315, 383. 28. Strophe Glyconea. Graece, p. 355: Latine, pp. 47, 259, 333.

E. TETRASTICHA TRICOLA. 29. Asclepiadeum Tertium. Latine, pp. 29, 75, 193, 209, 239, 331, 367.

30. Alcaicum. Latine, pp. 25, 73, 113, 114, 127, 131, 141, 165, 181, 211, 223, 229, 247, 265, 279, 301, 305, 327, 339, 357, 359.

31. Strophe Scolii Harmodiani apud Athenaeum xv. Graece, pp. 9, 59, 297.

F. SYSTEMATA. 32. Iambicum Dimetrum. Graece, pp. 137, 391.

33. Anapaesticum Dimetrum. Graece, pp. 1, 65, 67, 77, 103, 115, 177, 269, 285, 289: Latine, pp. 181, 393.

34. Ionicum a Minore. Latine, p. 27.
35. Creticum sive Paeonicum. Graece, p. 329.

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ABRINA fair,

Listen, where thou art sitting
Under the glassy, cool, translucent wave,

In twisted braids of lilies knitting
The loose train of thy amber-dropping hair ;
Listen, for dear honour's sake,
Goddess of the silver lake,

Listen and save!

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MILTON.

Δία Σαβρίνη, κλύθ' ίνα θακείς
υπ' αθερμάντου ρεύματος αυγαϊς
λείρι υφαίνουσηλεκτροχόοις
χλιδαναΐσι κόμαις πλόκον ευανθη:
της παρθενίας εί τι μέλει σοι,
πότνια λίμνας άργυροείδους
άρχουσα θεά, δεύρ' επακούσαι σ'

αντιβολούμεν
και σώτειραν προφανήναι.

Κ.

B

My Native Stream.

URE stream, in whose transparent wave

My youthful limbs I wont to lave,

No torrents stain thy limpid source,
No rocks impede thy dimpling course :
Devolving from thy parent lake,
A charming maze thy waters make
By bowers of birch and groves of pine,
And hedges flowered with eglantine.

Still on thy banks, so gaily green,
May numerous herds and flocks be seen,
And lasses chanting o'er the pail,
And shepherds piping in the dale,
And ancient faith that knows no guile,
And industry embrowned with toil,
And hearts resolved, and hands prepared,
The blessings they enjoy to guard.

SMOLLETT.

Melody.
OW dear to me the hour when daylight dies,

And sunbeams melt along the silent sea !
For then sweet dreams of other days arise,
And
memory
breathes her

vesper sigh to thee. And as I watch the line of light that plays

Along the smooth wave toward the burning west, I long to tread that golden path of rays,

And think ’twould lead to some bright isle of rest.

MOORE.

To Sir Luckless W00-all.

IR Luckless, troth, for Luck's sake pass by one ;

He that woos every widow will get none.

B. JONSON.

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