Exemplaria Latino-Anglica

Publication Date1745
Remainderor the true method of translating and imitating the Latin classics in an accurate and elegant manner, exemplified and illustrated by double translations. Being A Collection of Passages taken from the best Roman Writers, with the original Words to the several Examples, either in the Order of Syntax, or of the Authors themselves; and to many of them in both: And the elliptical Words, whether in English or Latin, supplied in such a Manner as to shew wherein the main Difference in the Idiom of the two Languages consists. With rules for rendering Latin into English, as well as English into Latin, and thereby attaining to a just and proper Style in Both. And a preface, explaining the nature an use of the work. By J. Worsley, of Hertford
Publisherprinted for A. Ward, in Little Britain; and R. Hett, in the Poultry


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