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HISTORY AND POLITICS,
GENERAL REPOSITORY OF LITERATURE AND
neque enim levia ant ludicra petuntur
Virgil, Lib. xii.
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neque enim levia aut ludicra petuntur Præmia.
Virgil, Lib. xii. « Volume II.”
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CONTENTS of No. III.