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ΥΠΕΡΙΔΗΣ ΚΑΤΑ ΔΗΜΟΣΘΕΝΟΥΣ. The fragments of the Greek

Text of the Oration of Hyperides against Demosthenes respecting the treasure of Harpalus, edited from the Facsimile of the MS. discovered at Egyptian Thebes in 1847, with Notes and an Introduction. 68. 6d. Cambridge, Deighton, Bell

and Co.: London, Bell and Daldy. ΥΠΕΡΙΔΟΥ ΛΟΓΟΙ Β. The Orations of Hyperides for Lycophron

and for Euxenippus. The text edited with Notes and an Introduction ; accompanied by a Facsimile of the whole MS. and an account of its discovery at Thebes in 1847, by Jos. ARDEN Esq., F.S. A. £1. 18. od. Copies may

be obtained from Jos. Arden Esq., 27, Cavendish Square, London. ΥΠΕΡΙΔΟΥ ΛΟΓΟΣ ΕΠΙΤΑΦΙΟΣ. The Funeral Oration of Hyperides

over Leosthenes and his Comrades in the Lamian War. The Fragments of the Greek Text edited with Notes and an Introduction, and an engraved Facsimile of the whole Papyrus. 158. od. Cambridge, Deighton, Bell and Co.: London,

Bell and Daldy. Catalogue of USS. in the Cambridge University Library, Vol. 1,

£1. 1os. od., Vol. 2, £1. 03. od., Vol. 3, £1. 58. Published by the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press : Cambridge, Deighton, Bell and Co.: London, Cambridge Warehouse, 32, Paternoster Row. (The Classical MSS.

described by the Rev. C. BABINGTON: Vol. 4 is in the Press.) The Benefit of Christ's Death, probably written by Aonio PALEARIO,

with an Introduction and Notes. The Italian text of 1543 reprinted in facsimile, with the French Version of 1551, and an English Translation made in 1548, by Edward Courtenay, Earl of Devonshire, edited from a MS. in the University Library, Cambridge. 78. 6d. Cambridge, Deighton, Bell and Co.: London, Bell and Daldy.

This is the famous Beneficio di Christo, which was once circulated by thousands, but which was supposed to have been completely extirpated by the Roman Inquisitors. See Ranke's History of the Popes, and Macaulay's review

of it. The Repressor of over much blaming of the Clergy, written in

1449 by BISHOP REGINALD PECOCK, now first edited from the MS. in the Cambridge University Library. (In the Press.) Published by the Authority of Her Majesty's Treasury, under the direction of the Master of the Rolls. London, Longman and Co.

BY THE REV. CHURCHILL BABINGTON.

The Influence of Christianity in promoting the abolition of Sla

very in Europe. 58. Cambridge, Deighton, Bell and Co.: London, Bell and

Daldy. Mr. Macaulay's Character of the Clergy in the latter part of the

Seventeenth Century considered, as given in his History of England : with an Appendix on his Character of the Gentry. 48. 6d. Cambridge, Deighton, Bell and Co.: London, Bell and Daldy.

Lately published, in imperial 4to. with 7 tinted plates in imitation

of the papyrus, price 15s.

ΥΠΕΡΙΔΟΥ ΛΟΓΟΣ ΕΠΙΤΑΦΙΟΣ.

THE FUNERAL ORATION OF HYPERIDES OVER LEOSTHENES AND HIS COMRADES IN

THE LAMIAN WAR.

This Volume is in every respect uniform with Mr BABINGTON's edition of the

Orations of Hyperides for Lycophron and for Euxenippus.

ΥΠΕΡΙΔΟΥ ΛΟΓΟΣ ΕΠΙΤΑΦΙΟΣ.

THE FUNERAL ORATION OF HYPERIDES OVER

LEOSTHENES AND HIS COMRADES IN

THE LAMIAN WAR.

Cambridge:

PRINTED BY C. J. CLAY, M. A.

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

THE FUNERAL ORATION OF HYPERIDES OVER

LEOSTHENES AND HIS COMRADES IN

THE LAMIAN WAR.

THE TEXT EDITED WITH NOTES AND AN INTRODUCTION

BY CHURCHILL BABINGTON, B.D. F.L.S.

FELLOW OF ST JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, MEMBER OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE,
HONORARY MEMBER OF THE HISTORICO-THEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LEIPSIC, MEMBER
OF THE NUMISMATIC SOCIETY, EDITOR OF THE ORATIONS OF HYPERIDES FOR

LYCOPHRON, FOR EUXENIPPUS, AND AGAINST DEMOSTHENES, ETC.

Hyperidis oratio funebris cum ceteris viri facundissimi scriptis diu multumque

desideratur. Toup, ad Longin. & 34.
Hæc oratio apud veteres clarissima fuit. SAUPP. Fragm. Oratt. Att. p. 292.

THE SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED.

CAMBRIDGE: DEIGHTON, BELL, AND CO.
LONDON: BELL AND DALDY.

1859.

290.

6.47.

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