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233. Ανδρος εκ τινος.-234. σημαινειν εμοι.-249. Ωθειν απ’ οικων, and note the four lines from the . 250th.

Μαντείον εξέφηνεν αρτίως εμοί.
Εγώ μεν ούν τοιοσδε τώ τε δαίμονι
Τα τ' ανδρί τω θανόν7ι σύμμαχος πέλω.
Κατεύχομαι δε τον δεδρακότ', είτε τις
Είς ών λέληθεν, είτε πλειόνων μέτα, 255

255. It is not difficult to conceive that the let-' ters which were shewn by figures 9 and 10, ante, to compose the name of Ralph in Hudibras, have a resemblance also to the two Greek words Εις ων, as drawn in

Fig. 193.

the s being in shadow, and all the other letters in light; and the various human like prototypes shewn, passim ante, to be formed out of the sha, dows of Ralph's (now Edipus's person) give a ready explanation likewise of the πλειονων μετα. The frequent use of κακον, κακως, and the like terms, with respect to Edipus, have regard to his proto, type (the same as that of Ralph in Hudibras). being often likened to the devil.

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289. Ανηρ. VOL. IV.

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