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Nccroman tia, a Dialog ofthe Poete Lucyen between
7 This book was entered in May 1592. at Stationers' Hall.
ANCIENT TRANSLATIONS. 351
faynd for a mery Pallyme, in. Englilh Verse
' and Latin Profe. , . Toxaris, or the Friendlhip of Lucian, by A. O. Lond. 8vo. - - - - 1565
The Hiflory writton"e by Thucydides, Scc. translated out of the Frencheof Claude de Seyllel, Bishop of Marseilles, into the Engliihe language, by Tho. Nicolls, Citizeine and Goldsmyth of London, fol. - - 155o9
I-Iyyslories of the molt famous and worthy Cronographer, Polybius, by Chrillophcr Watfon, 8vo. - - - - '- ' 1568
This Work consisls of extrafls only. 3 Among the entries in the books at Stationers' Hall this
appears to he one. ,
9 On the Stationers' books in 1607. either this or some other tranllation is entered, called 5' The Hillory of Thuciclides the Athenian translated into English." ' A
352. ANCIENT TRANSLATIONS.
The 1-lislory of the Successors of Alexander, Scc. out of Diodorus Sliculus and Plutarch, by -Tho. Stocker. Lond. 4co. - 156g
IElian's Regifire ofl-Iyllories, by Abraham Fleming, 4to. - - - - N- 1575
"The Hifiorie of Herodian, Scc. transl. oute of A Grccke into Latin, by Angelus Politianus, and out of Latin into Englyshe, by Nich. Smyth. Imprinted at London, by William Copland, 4t0.'
ANClENT TRANSLATIONS. 353
1579. 1602., 160.'-3
Plutarch's Morals, by Dr. Philernon Holland, 1 6035
Plfitarch of the Education of Children, by Sir Tho. Elyott, 4c0. . '
The Preceptes of that excellent Clerke and grave'
Aristotle's Politiques, 8cc..3 from the Fr. by fol. Lond. i - - - - 1598 i Thus entercdin the books of the Statiouers' Company. " April 157g-Vautr0ullcr-- Wright, ahookein Englishe called Plutarch's Lyves." . ' 5 On the Stationers' books in the year 16oo is the following entry : '
The Table of Cebes, the Philosopher. How one may take profite of his ennemiesu Translated out of Plutarche.
A Treatise perswadyng a man paciently- to suffer the Death of a Freend. Imprynted at London, in Fletefireete by Thomas Berthelet. .
9' In the'books of the Scationers' Company, Feb. 12. 1531. Tho. Ealie entered Enchiridon in English.