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36o ANCIENT TRANSL'ATlONS. .
[Ahother in 1575. according to Ames, A former Editipn was in 1572. in Rawlz'ns0n's catalx
, ' 1530'
Ovid his Inveelive against Ibis, translated into Eng. Meeter, Scc. 12mo. Lond. 1569' And, by Tho. Underwood. - 1577 Certaine of Ovid's Elegies by C. Marlow ,5 '2mo. At Middleburgha -. i - ' - no date.
All Ovid's Elegies, three Bookes. By C. M. At Middleburgh, 12mo. Somewhat larger than
' the preceding edition. . ' i -5 Ovidius Naso, his Remedy 6slove, translated and entituled to the youth of England , 4to. 1'6oo
ANCIENT TRANSLATlONS. p 36t
Salmacis and Hermaphroditus , by Fra. Beaumont,
Flowers of Epigrams (frorn Martial particularly) by Tim. Kcndall, 8vo.' - - 1577
at The famcu-1 renown through the worlderis fprong
Except rnasler Gowre which furll began
And of moralite wrote ryght craftely
Than masler Chaucer that excellent man ,
As in any other Long ever dyd any
Ludgate also which adournydvourltong '
ANCIENT TRANSLATIONS. 353 Terence- in English, by Richard Bernard, 4to.
Cambridge) - - - i 1598 Flowers of Terence, - '- - 1591 e S E N E C A.
Lucan's First Booke, translated line for line, by Chr. Marlow, 4to. Lond. Printed by P.Sh0rt for Walter Burre. I - 1593. and 1600
5 In the first volurne of the entries in the books of the Stationers' company is the following: "March 25. l57g. Seneca de Benzficiis in Englishe." I
5 In the first volume of the entries in the books of' the Scacionez-5' cdompany, ann-0 1597. is the following note:
" IM.-cmorandum that Mr. Alexander Nevill, Gent. is appointed to tranllate Titus Livius into the Englishe tongue: cxprefled, the fame is not to be printed, by anie man, but only such as (hall have l1is tranllacion.-", Again, in 1598. The Hiflosyqf Titus Livius was entered by Adam lllip. .