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THE

L I V E S

OF THE

Ρ Ο Ε Τ S

OF

GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND.

Compiled from ample Materials scattered in a Va-

riety of Books, and efpecially from the MS.
Notes of the late ingenious Mr. Coxeter and
others, collected for this Design,

By Mr. CIB BE R, and other Hands,

VOL. II.

LONDON:
Printed for R. Griffiths, at the Dunciad in

St. Paul's Church-Yard.

Моссии.

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Taylour Habington Goldsmith Cleveland Holiday Nabbes Shirley Howel Fanshaw

Pag. 1 Cowley

5 Davenant
9 King

90
11 Stapleton

102

104 16. Milton

108
20 Philips

148
24 Newcastle, Duchess 162
26 Newcastle, Duke 169
32 Birkenhead
26 Boyle E. Orrery 182
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Head

Pag. 199 Waller Hobbs

202 Ogilby Cokaine

216 Rochester Wharton

219 Buckingham Killegrew, Anne Lee

227 Otway. Butler

233

240 265 269 301, 226 227

224 Smith

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Just Published,

In one sma!! O&avo Volume, Price bound in Calf 35.

A MANLLS Obfervations on the ROMANA

learned and curious Performance ; wherein the Policy of that People is set in so clear a Light, and the Characters of their great.Men drawn with such a mafterly Pen, as cannot but recommend it to all Lovers of Classical Learning.

In this work many new Lights are caft upon the Characters and Conduct of the following celebrated Personages :

1

Romulus,

Pompey,

Otho,

Vitellius,
Tarquin the Elder, Cato,
Servius Tullus,

Cæfar,

Vefpafian, Brutus,

Cicero, Titus, The Graccbi, Antony,

Domitian, Marius.

Auguftus,

Nerva, Sylla,

Tiberius, Trajan, Cralus,

Caligula, Antoninus, Scipio,

Clandius, Marcus Aurelius, Hannibal

Nero, Dioclefan, Pyrrhus,

Galba, Conftantine theGreat,

&c. &c. &c. Printed for R. GRIFFITHS, in Paul's Church-Pardo

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POET who flourished in the reign

of Charles I. but of whose birth А.

and life we can recover no particu.' lars. He was highly efteemed by some wits in that reign, as appears

from a Poem called Steps to Parnafsus, which pays him the following well turned compliment. VOL. II. No.6. B

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