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Opera, curante M. Maittaire. Lond. 1715, 12mo. 3 vols. A neat and correct edition, with an index. Garrick, 1731, 10s. 6d, Roxburghe, 2604, 11s. LARGE PAPER. Hibbert, 5905, 21. Dent, pt. i. 515, morocco by Roger Payne, 51. 7s. 6d. Heath, 3106, 17. 19s.

Opera. Lond. 1745, 18mo. 5 vols. Brindley's edition. White Knights, 3026, 8s.

Opera, ex Editione Burmanni. Lond. 1815, 24mo. 3 vols. 10s., 6d. The Regent's edition.

Opera ex edit. Burmanniana, cum Notis in usum Delphini et Variorum curante Valpy. Lond. 1821, 8vo. 9 vols. published at 91. 9s. now 21. 2s. LARGE PAPER, royal 8vo. 31. 3s.

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Cum Annotationibus Variorum. Dublin,

1729, 4to. A correct and splendid edition, printed by Grierson. LARGE PAPER. Carthy, morocco, 80 francs.

Mac

Metamorphoses in Latin and English, translated by the most eminent Hands; with historical Explanations of the Fables, by the Abbé Banier. Adorned with Sculptures by Picart and other ancient Masters. Amsterdam, 1732, folio, 2 vols. Dent, pt. ii. 934, 37. 6s. North, pt. ii. 1433, russia, 51. LARGE PAPER. Hibbert, 6091, russia, 61. 8s. 6d. Edwards, 291, russia, 10% LARGEST PAPER, Stanley, 183, 267. 5s.

Metamorphoses, cum variis Lectionibus. With Abbé Banier's Arguments and Explanations of the History and Mythology of each Fable in English. Lond. 1747, Svo. Gough, 2600, 7s. 6d.

Metamorphoses, cum Versione Latina prosaica et Notis Anglicis, a Nathan. Bailey. Lond. 1724, 8vo. Reprinted 1730, 1741, and since.

Metamorphoses, in Latin and English, by John Clarke. Lond. 1735, 8vo. A literal translation, reprinted in 1760, and since, 78. 6d.

Metamorphoses, translated into English Prose, with the Latin Text and English Notes. Lond. 1748, 8vo. 7s. A correct and good prose translation with useful

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EPISTOLÆ, FASTI, TRISTIA, &c. In Latin, or Latin and English. P. Ouidii Nasonis Heroidum Epistolæ, Amorum Libri iii. De Arte Amandi Libri iii. De Remedio Amoris Libri ii. &c. Lond. 1583, 16mo.-Lond. 1594, 12mo.

Epistolarum Heroidum Liber, cum Interp. & Notis, ad Usum seren. Delphini. Lond. 1702, 8vo. Reprinted 1714, 1722, &c. Epistolæ, cum Versione Latina et Notis Anglicis a N. Bailey. Lond. 1744, 8vo. Reprinted 1762, &c.

Epistles, translated into English Prose, with Latin text and English Notes. Lond. 6s.-1767, 68. Other editions. published by Davidson, 1746, 8vo.-1753,

Heroides, ex editione P. Burmanni (edidit H. Homer). Lond. 1789, 8vo. 3s. LARGE PAPER in royal 8vo. Duke of Grafton, 546, 3s. 6d. Drury, 3215, russia, 8s.

P. Ouidii Nasonis Fastorum Libri vi. Tristium Libri v. De Ponto Libri iiii. In Ibin. Ad Liviam. Lond. 1583, 16mo.

Fasti, in Usum Delphini, recensuit et emendavit A. Tooke. Lond. 1720,, 8vo.

Other editions.

Fasti, with English Notes by T. Keightley. Dub. 1833, post 8vo. 68. 6d. Fasti, with Annotations by W. Thynne. Dub. 1833, 12mo.

Dub. 1838, 12mo.
Fasti, with English Notes by Stanford.

P. Ovidii Nasonis de Tristibus Libri v.

cum Interpretatione et Notis, in Usum Delphini. Cantab. 1703, 8vo. Reprinted 1705, 1719, &c.

Anglicis a N. Bailey. Lond. 1726, 8vo. Tristia, cum Versione Latina et Notis Reprinted in 1729.

diana Ordine prosaico ad verbum, ParaDe Tristibus Libri v. sive Analysis Oviphrasi et Notis illustrata. Opera O.Dyke. Lond. 1727, 8vo.

TRANSLATIONS OF THE METAMORPHOSES.

Ouyde his Booke of Metamorphose translated by William Caxton. Printed from a MS. in the Pepysian collection (No. 2124) at Cambridge containing the last five books of the Metamorphoses in prose. 1819, 4to. Presented to the Members of the Roxburghe Club by George Hibbert, Esq. Sir M. M. Sykes, 8. Boswell, 3054, 47. 8s. Dent, pt. ii. 1214, 67. 10s. Crawford, mor. by Hayday, 127.

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The Fable of Ouid treting of Narcissus, translated out of Latin into Englysh Mytre, with a Moral therevnto, very pleasante to rede. 1560. Lond. by Thomas Hackette, 4to. Eighteen leaves. At the end is Finis. Quod T. H.' These initials are by Ritson confidently attributed to Thomas Howell. See HOWELL, T. Reed, 6997, 37. 19s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 325, 281. resold Saunders' in 1818, 127. 12s. Heber, pt. iv. 31. 8s. Bolland, 71. Utter-ii. 418, 19s. Heber, pt. iv. 14s.-Oxford, 1632.-Lond. 1638. Lond. 1640, folio. son, 61. Lond. 1669, sm. 8vo.-Lond. 1673.-Lond. 1678.-Lond. 1682.-Eighth edition, 1690, 8vo.

poetry owed much of its present beauty
to his (Sandys') translations. The trans-
lation is accompanied with valuable notes
collected from various authors. Dent, pt.
ii. 1711, 5s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 650, 17. 10s.
Heber, pt. iv. 9s.-Lond. 1627.-Oxford,
1632, folio. Roxburghe, 2630, 7s. Bindley,
LARGE PAPER. Bright,
pt. ii. 1712, 7s.
presentation copy, old mor. 27. 17s. Heber,
pt. iv. beautiful copy, gilt edges, 47. 78.
resold Gardner in 1854, 97. Nassau, pt.

The pleasant Fable of Hermaphroditus and Salmacis. 1565. See PEEND, T. Metamorphoses, The fyrst fower Bookes of the, translated oute of Latin into English Meter by Arthur Golding, Gent. Lond. by William Seres, 1565, 4to. A translation in lines of fourteen syllables. The first book contains fol. 12; the second 14; the third 12; and the fourth 12; exclusive of the dedication to 'Robert, Erle of Leycester,' and preface. Each book has a fresh set of signatures, with a colophon. Heber, pt. iv. 27. 19s. Caldecott, 17. 13s.

Metamorphosis, XV. Bookes of the, translated oute of Latin into English Meeter, by Arthur Golding, Gentleman. Lond. by Willyam Seres, 1567, 4to. FIRST EDITION of the complete translation. BLACK LETTER. Contains 200 leaves, besides a dedication to 'Robert, Erle of

Wisdom's Conquest, being an Explanation and grammatical Translation of the 13th Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses (by Tho. Hall). Lond. 1651, Svo. A copy is in the Bodleian Library.

Phaeton's Folly, or the Downfall of Pride, transl. paraphrastically and grammatically, from the second Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses: also the first Elegy of Ovid's Book De Tristibus, by Tho. Hall. Lond. 1655, 8vo. 7s.

Metamorphosis translated grammatically, and also according to the Propriety of our English Tongue, by J. Bulloker. Lond. 1656, 18mo.

The Passion of Byblis, made English, from Metam. lib. ix. by John Dennis. Lond. 1692, 4to.

Metamorphoses, in fifteen Books, translated by the most eminent Hands (viz. Dryden, Addison, Congreve, Nich. Rowe, Gay, Ambr. Phillips, Croxall, Sewell, and Garth), and adorned with Sculptures. Lond. 1717, folio. Prefixed to this translation is a portrait of the Princess of Wales, an elegant preface, giving a general idea of the work, the uses to which it may be applied, and how the poem may be read to most profit. Bindley, pt. ii. 1713, 138. LARGE PAPER. Roxburghe, 2631, mor. 17. 1s. Heber, pt. iv. old mor. 21. 2s.

Leycester,' and a preface. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 654, russia, 27. 3s.- 1575, 4to. Contains, besides the prefixes, 190 leaves, numbered 191, no. 113 being omitted. Nassau, pt. ii. 579, 9s. Reed, 7004, 17. 18s. Heber, pt. iv. 17. 15s.; pt. viii. 17. 17s.; another, il. 118.-Lond. 1584, 4to. -Lond. by Robert Waldegraue, 1587, 4to. folios 200, besides dedication and preface. Bibl. Anglo-Poet.305, 67.6s. Steevens, 278,11s. Bindley, pt. iii. 971, 12s.-Lond. by John Danter, 1593, 4to. A-Cc, in eights, including title. Sign. Z is omitted. Perry, pt. i. 2350, 10s. 6d. Sotheby's in 1823, 17. 1s. Lond. by W. W. 1593, 4to. 191 folios, with title, epistle dedicatory, and preface, 10 leaves. Bright, 9s.-1603, 4to. Boswell, 1642, 7s.-1612, 4to. Garrick, 1829. See Warton's Hist. of English Poetry, 8vo. vol. iv. 235-9.

Lond. 1717, 12mo. 2 vols. 6s.-1720,

12mo. 2 vols. Willett, 1866, 5s. 6d. Dent, pt. i. 715, with Ovid's Epistles, 1716, Art of Love and Amours, 1719, morocco by Roger Payne, 41. 7s.-1724, 12mo. 2 vols. Roxburghe, 2632, 4s. Dent, pt. ii. 60, morocco, 12s. Garrick, 1732, 4s. 6d.-1727, 12mo. 2 vols.-1733, 12mo. 2 vols.-1736, 12mo. 2 vols. Fonthill, 3550, 188.-1751,

Metamorphoses, the first five Books of, (by George Sandys). Second edition. Im-12mo. 2 vols. 6s.-Dublin, 1769,12mo. 2 vols. printed for W. B. 1621, 16mo. pp. 141, be--Lond. 1773, 12mo. 2 vols. Nassau, pt. ii. sides introduction. The title is engraved 1427, 11s.Lond. 1827, 12mo. 2 vols. by F. Delaram, and a head of Ovid in an plates, 5s. This translation will also be oval, with verses beneath, is prefixed. found in the twentieth volume of ChalMetamorphoses, englished by G(eorge) mers' Collection of the Poets, Walker's S(andys). Lond. 1626, folio. Sandys is Classics, 1807, 3s. Valpy's Fam. Class. pronounced by Dryden to be the best ver- Lib. 12mo. 4s. 6d. sifier of the last age: and Pope affirmed, in his notes to the Iliad, that English | glish poetical Style. For the Use ard

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8vo.

Heroical Epistles, translated into EnEntertainment of the Ladies of Great Bri-glish by Francis Quarles. Lond. 1673, tain. Lond. 1760, 12mo. An indifferent performance. Nassau, pt. i. 2479, 2s. A new Translation of the second Book of the Metamorphoses by Wm. Green M.D. Liverpool, 1783, 12mo.

Metamorphoses, in English blank Verse, translated by J. J. Howard. Lond. 1807, 8vo. 2 vols. 5s.

The two first Books of the Metamorphoses, attempted in English Verse, by William Mills. 1808, 12mo. 5s.

Epistles, transl. by several Hands, with the Addition of three Epistles of Aulus Sabinus, in Answer to as many of Ovid, made English by Salisbury, Lond. 1680, 8vo. with cuts. Skegg, 8s. Frequently reprinted.-Lond. 1688.-Lond. 1716, 12mo. An esteemed edition. Dent, pt. ii. 715, with Ovid's Metamorphoses, 1720, 2 vols. and his Art of Love and Amours, 1719, morocco by Roger Payne, 4l. 78.-1725, 12mo. with his Amours, &c.-Lond. 1729, 12mo. 7s.-Lond. 1736, 12mo. 7s.

Epistles, translated into English Verse, with critical Essays and Notes, by S. Barrett, A.M. Lond. 1759, 8vo. 3s. A performance of no merit.

Heroids; or, Epistles from the Heroines of Antiquity, translated into English Verse by James Ewen. Lond. 1787, 8vo. 4s. A poor performance.

Metamorphoses, literally translated into English Prose by H. T. Riley. Lond. 1852, [Vol. 2 of Ovid's Works, in Bohn's Classical Library], post 8vo. 58.

TRANSLATIONS OF THE EPISTLES.

Heroycall Epistles, in English Verse, by George Tuberuile, Gent. with Aulus Sabinus' Auns weres to certaine of the same. Lond. by Henry Denham, 1567, 8vo. FIRST EDITION, A copy in the Capell Collection. Heber, pt. iv. 17, 19s.; made up of two editions, pt. viii. 18s. Contains 162 leaves, besides dedication to 'Lord Tho. Howarde, Viscount Byndon,' &c. The translator to his muse,' and his opistle To the reader.'-Lond. by H. The Heroides, or Epistles of the HeDenham, 1569, 16mo. 21. 2s. Perry, pt. ii.roines, the Amours, Art of Love, Remedy 893, title wanting, 10s. 6d. resold Bright,5s. of Love, and Minor Works of Ovid, liteA to Y 4, in eights, A 1 blank, and Y4 con- rally translated, with Notes by H. T. taining the colophon, dedicated to 'Lord Riley. Lond. 1852, Vol. 3 of Ovid's Tho. Howarde, Viscount Byndon,' &c. Works in Bohn's Classical Library), post Lond. by Henry Denham, 16mo. Heber, pt. 8vo. 5s. iv. apparently wanting two of the epistles and address, 16s. At the end of this edition are 11 six-lined stanzas from 'The

Epistles, translated by Miss Garland. Lond. 1842, 8vo. 10s.

TRANSLATIONS OF THE FASTI. Festivals; or, Romane Calendar. Entranslator to the captious sort of syco-glished by J. Gower. Camb. 1640, small phants, and correction of 'faultes escaped. 8vo. Hibbert, 5930, 8s. Constable, 689, -Lond. by John Charlewood, n. d. (1567?) 16mo. X, in eights. Hibbert, 5927, 12s. 6d. 8s. Steevens, 274, 6s. 6d. Nassau, pt. i. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 594, 14s. Nassau, 2478, 10s. Garrick, 1735, 6s. 6d.

pt. i. 2481, russia, 27. 8s. Bibl. AngloPoet. 759, morocco, 127. Bright, cut close, 17. 12s.-Lond. by Simon Stafford, 1600, 16mo. X, in eights. Constable, 687, 135. Sotheby's in 1821, morocco, 17. 13s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 760, morocco, 81. 8s.

Fasti; or, the Romans sacred Calendar, translated into English Verse, with explanatory Notes by Wm. Massey, Master of a Boarding School at Wandsworth. Lond. 1757, 8vo. 4s. An unharmonious versification, with puerile and insignificant notes. Garrick, 1736, 5s.

Heroical Epistles, translated by Sir Ed. Sherburne. Lond. E. G. 1639, sm. 8vo. front. by Marshall, 5s.

Fasti, translated in English prose by Isaac Butt, LL.D. Dublin, 1833. Reprinted, 1844, 12mo. 3s. 6d,

Heroical Epistles, translated into English Verse by W(ye) S(altonstall), and illustrated with 24 Pictures. Lond. 1626. -1636. Nassau, pt. i. 2482, 4s.-Lond. 1663, 10s. 6d.-1671, 12mo.-Lond. 1673, sm. 8vo. pp. 202, with engravings pasted on the blank spaces at the commencement of the epistles. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 719, 17. 11s. 6d. -Lond. 1677, small 8vo. pp. 202, with frontispiece and plates by Glover. Hibbert, 5926, 6s. 6d. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 718, 12s.-Lond. 1686, 12mo.

Fasti, Tristia, Pontic Epistles, Ibis, and Halieuticon, literally translated, with notes, by H. T. Riley. Lond. [Vol I. of Ovid's Works in Bohn's Classical Library], 1851, post 8vo. 5s.

Four heroic Epistles, translated into English Verse. Alcester, 1803, crown 8vo. 2s. 6d.

Epistles, translated by E. D. Baynes. Lond. 1818, 8vo. vol. i.

TRANSLATIONS OF THE ART OF
LOVE.

The Flores of Ovide de Arte Amandi, with theyr Englysshe afore them, and Two alphabete Tables. Lond. in ædibus

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Wynandi, de Worde, 1513, 4to. LETTER. Unknown to Herbert or Dibdin, and not noticed in Steevens' list prefixed to Malone's Shakspeare. Geo. Chalmers, pt. ii. 688, 217. 10s.

Remedie of Loue. Translated (in Verse) and intituled to the Youth of England, by F. L. Printed by Thomas) C(reed) for John Browne, 1600, 4to.-A former edition, 1599, 4to.

Remedy of Love, by Sir T. Overbury. Lond. 1620, 16mo. See OVERBURY. Art of Love (in Verse). Middleburgh (1598), 18mo.

Art of Love, by Francis Wolferston. Lond. 1661. Dent, pt. ii. 61, morocco, 4s. 6d. Jadis, 126, morocco, 12s, Reed, 7904, 4s. 6d.

De Arte Amandi and the Remedy of Love englished, in verse; as also the Loves of Hero and Leander, a mock Poem; together with choice Poems and rare Pieces of

Drollery. Lond. 1662, 12mo. with head by Marshall. Hibbert, 5915, morocco, 19s. Heber, pt. iv. 5s.— Lond. 1677, 12mo. Skegg, 118.-1696, 12mo. Bindley, pt. ii. 11. 1s.-Lond. 1705, 12mo.

De Arte Amandi; or, the Art of Love. 16mo. Heber, pt. iv. 3s. A-F 6, in eights, with an engraved title-page, at the bottom of which is 'Gedruckt tot Amsterdam by Nicolas Iansz. Visscher.' The proheme commences "If there be any in this multitude,' and the first book, First thou that are a Freshman and are bent,' &c.

De Arte Amandi, or the Art of Love: the first Book. The latter, Hero and Leander, from the Greek of Museus, by Tho. Hoy. Lond. 1682, 4to.

Art of Love, together with the Remedy of Love, by several Hands. Lond. 1709, 8vo. Roxburghe, 2633, 8s. LARGE PAPER. Dent, pt. ii. 62, morocco, 17. 8s.-Lond. 1712, 8vo. cuts, 7s. 6d.-1719. Dent, pt. i. 715, with Ovid's Metamorphoses, 1720, 2 vols. and Epistles, 1716, morocco, by Roger Payne, 47. 78.-1725. Willett, 1867, 3s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2052, morocco, 118.Lond. 1735, 12mo. cuts, 6s.-Lond. 1791,

12mo. 4s.

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For the only English prose translation of "The Art of Love,' see the previous column under Epistles.' TRANSLATIONS OF THE TRISTIA, OR ELEGIES, IBIS, &c.

De Tristibus, the first three Bookes, translated into English by Tho. Churchyard. Lond. by Tho. Marsh, 1580, 4to. Dedicated to Maister Christopher Hatton, Esq. A copy is in the Bodleian Library. Wood mentions an edition of the date of 1578. Farmer, 31. 4s. Heber, pt. iv, 359, wanting title and first leaf, 21. 15s. The of Earl Spencer, which was reprinted by only perfect copy known is in the library him, Lond. 1816, 4to. and presented to the members of the Roxburghe Club. M. M. Sykes, 1617, 11. 19s. Boswell, 3027, 47. 1s. Dent, pt. ii. 1194, 27. 10s. On VELLUM. One copy struck off, now in Earl Spencer's library.

Sir

Tristia, translated into English by W(ye) S(altonstall). Lond. 1633, small 8vo. pp. 126. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 717, 21. 2s. -1637.-1672, with frontispiece. Bindley, pt. ii. 2047, 3s.-Fourth edition, 1681, with frontispiece by Cecil. Hibbert, 5929, 4s. -Fifth edition, 1690, 5s,

De Tristibus: mournefull Elegies in English Verse by Zach. Catlin. Lond. 1639, 8vo. Bindley, pt. ii. 2048, 9s. Towneley, pt. i. 566, 8s. Garrick, 372, 17. 10s.

Tristia: containing five Books of mournful Elegies, newly translated by F. P. Lond. 1713, 12mo.

All Ovid's Elegies: 3 Bookes, by C(ristopher) M(arlow). Epigrams (48) by John) Davis). At Middlebourgh, n. d. (1598), 16mo. A to F, in eights, including title, forty-eight leaves. This volume was condemned and burnt at Stationers' Hall, by an order of the Archb. of Canterbury and the Bishop of London, dated June 1, 1599. There were at least three impres sions, two titles commencing All,' the other Certaine.' Collation of copy with All' on the title.-Title; Book i. Elegia 8 is marked as 5; Book ii. Elegia 7 is marked as 5; Book iii. Elegia 6 is numbered as 5, and so continued wrong to the end. The same error occurs in the other two copies from which Mr. Dyce prints; but as the orthography differs, we give the first few lines, to show the variation:

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Both verses were alike, till love (men say)
Began to smile and tooke one foot away.

Inuectiue against Ibis. Translated into English Meter (by Thos. Vnderdowne). Wherevnto is added by the Translator, a short Draught of all the Stories and Tales contained therein. Lond. T. East and H. Middleton, 1569, 8vo.-Lond. by Henry Bynneman, 1577, 16mo. M 4, in eights, with dedication to Lord Buckhurst and a preface. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 767, 107. 10s. Bright, corners of leaves slightly torn,

11. 13s.

OVIDIANA.

Clavis Ovidiana. A numerical Key to Ovid's Metamorphosis. Lond. 1715, 12mo.

In Mr. Hanrott's copy the imprint was in
capitals; and the Epigrammes by J. D.
commenced on the reverse of E viii. and
end on F viii. many words spelt in the
other edition with the y final, are in this
printed ie. In another impression differ-
ing only in title, 'Ovid,' &c. All' Ovid's
Elegies. Middleborough, n. d. The entire
48 Epigrammes (of which the second part-
consists) are given to J. D. 'I believe
there were five if not six different impres-
sions, in despite of ecclesiastical interdic-tles.
tion. The first of these had appeared in
1596, as Harington's Metamorphosis of
Ajax sufficiently testifies. A duplicate
version of Eleg. xv. lib. i. is ascribed to
B. J. probably Ben. Jonson, and if so,
must have been his earliest printed pro-
duction.'-Park. Nassau, pt. i. 2479, 27. 15s.
White Knights, 3034, 47. Hibbert, 5095,
russia, 17. Bindley, pt. iii. 2211, one leaf,
A 4, wanting, 5l. 10s. Bindley, pt. i. 1776,
87. 18s. 6d. Another edition, pp. 50.
White Knights, 3034, 47. Nassau. pt. i.
2477, 21. 15s. Strettell, 1055, mor. 67. 12s.
Crauford, in 1854, 21. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt.
ii. 593, morocco, 31. Sotheby's in May 1823,
31. 13s. 6d. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 489, 71. 7s.
Heber, pt. iv. 2. 1s. The Certaine'
impression edited by Maitland, was re-
printed, n. d. Twenty-five copies struck
off. Constable, 688. 7s. 6d.
wise reprinted in Pickering's edition of
Marlowe's Works, edited by the Rev. A.
Dyce. See DAVIES, John, p. 399.

It is like

De Ponto, four Books of, translated into
English by Wye Saltonstall. First edit.
Lond. 1699, 12mo.-Lond. 1640, 12mo.

Ovidius exulans, or Ovid travestie, a mock Poem on five Epistles of Ovid. Lond. 1673, 8vo. pp. 100, with head of Ovid. Towneley, pt. ii. 1544, 5s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 508, 17. 11s. 6d. Nassau, pt. i. 2487, 3s. Bindley, pt. ii, 2055, 13s. Heber, pt. iv. 1s.

The Wits paraphras'd; or Paraphrase upon Paraphrase, in a Burlesque on the several late Translations of Ovid's EpisLond. 1680, 8vo. pp. 180. Bindley, pt. iii. 1150, 10s.; 2185, 7s. 6d. ; pt. iv. 455, 5s. 6d. Perry, pt. iv. 278, 2s. Bibl. AngloPoet. 838, 188. Hibbert, 8545, 4s. Heber, Ppt. i. 5s. 6d.

Walnut-Tree Transplanted, by Richard Hatton. (In Verse.) Lond. 1627, sni. 8vo. Bright, supposed unique, 71. 7s. probably printed for private circulation, as the translator dedicated it to his mother.

Ovid travestie, a Burlesque upon Ovid's Epistles. By Capt. Alexander Ratcliffe, Second edition, of Gray's Inn. Lond. enlarged, with ten Epistles never before printed. 1681.-Fourth edit. Lond. 1705, 8vo. pp. 142. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 627, 17. 4s.

The Speeches of Ajax and Ulysses on claiming the Armour of Achilles, translated by Bensley. Lond. 1815, Svo. only 20 printed. Bliss, 1. 1s.

Ajax his Speech to the Grecian Knabbs, attempted in broad Buchans, by R(obert) F(orbes). Gent. &c. Glasg. 1755, 12mo.Edinb. 1765, 12mo. 5s. To this edition the Polemo-Middinia is subjoined. - Edinb. Also in the Carmina Maca1754, 8vo. ronica,' 1824, 8vo. It is also included in a Select Collection of Scots' Poems, chiefly in the Broad Buchan Dialect. Edinb. 1785, 12mo.

Ovid's WORKS, complete, literally translated into English prose, with copious notes, by H. T. Riley. Lond. [Bohn's Classical Library] 1852-59, 3 vols. post 8vo. 15s.

OVINGTON, John, M.A. Voyage to Suratt in 1689, with an Appendix containing, I. The History of a late Revolution in the Kingdom of Golconda. II. A Description

Invective, or Curse against Ibis, translated into English Verse by John Jones. Oxford, 1658, small 8vo. pp. 192. Bibl. of the Kingdoms of Aracan and Anglo-Poet. 398, 31. 3s.-1667. Nassau, Pegu. III. An Account of the pt. i. 2486, 58. Drury, 2950, 5s. Bright, Coins of India, Persia, Golconda,

21. 28.

Banquet of Sence, &c. See CHAPMAN,
George.

&c. IV. Observations concerning
the Silk-worms. Lond. 1696, 8vo.

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