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Dr. Cleveland tells us that, having occasion to consult Vis (3rd S. xii. 25.)-There are many examples first two references to which he turned to be wrong.
Todd's Index in connection with Lycidas, he found the to be met with in other languages, but I think all Further examination disclosed sixty-three mistakes in its may be traced up to the words of Solomon, Eccles. references to that short poem of 193 lines. More or less x. 19:-: 527 Os 1399 402 –“ Money answers
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