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III.
When misfortunes shall visit your roof,s

You will meet them joyful; with sorrow in-their-vaut · Prosperity" and Peace often enter the same

Penates.

IV. All good-fortune has this disadvantage, That it makes [men] luxurious : ill-fortuney has this Advantage, whom it now strikes, it hardens

Againsta impending blows.

That grief? which has been long, ceases
To be (1) severe: make your (3) lot easy by
Enduring it: it learns to be light byb custom.

EXERCISE XVI. Multaque pars mei

Vitabit Libitinam."

The Winter which now covers the hoary vales,
When the sun darts-his-rays-againstd the rocks,
Will uncover them again : When the Winter

Of old-age

II.
Hath fallen one thy3f head with its hoar-frosts,
It will never fall-away ; Summer hath fled,
Autumn hath fled: the seasons of Spring

Will fly.

• Plur. • Præeunte, abl. abs. Faustitas. Sinistrum. y Maligna. ? Prosperum.

d Jaculor. • In, acc.

Dextra Sors.
a In. b Ab.
f Tibi.

w Gero. c Modo.

III. But to thee cold, and to (thy) head grey-hairs Will ever cling : nor will nard, Nor garlands gathered-again-and-againh take away the

Little pleasing hues.

iv.

Thee, whom one youth had given us,
One old age will hurry away from us :
But thou mayest, O Publius, double ages

By mighty Fame.

. v.
Whose-deathi his countrymen deplore, k
He lives long: let every man write3
Fame? heir to himself:2 the covetous Moons

Hurry away the rest.

vi. Fame alone escapes the waves of the Lethæan river;

Thus lives the melody of Maro,4 and (his) surviving Muset is borne towards heaven on a wing more

Buoyant (than ever).

EXERCISE XVII.
AD THETIN, UT NAVIGANTEM SOSPITET.

I.

O Goddess, Queen of winds and sea,
Who guardest (3) from rocks the ships
Toiling o'er (2) the deep, and dost rescue them

From the lowest womb of Nereus :

s Cani.

Repetitus.

Quem raptum.

Perf.

1 Præses.

m Summoveo.

11.
If before-theen the rage of ocean falls,
When the water reposeso likep sleep,
And rests her waves on the

Thirstyy sands;

111.

Let the vessel be fortunate in merchandise, r
Which in-thy-honours amid waving billows joyous
Crowns its oars with flowers, and prow with

Cheerful bough.

IV.
It, whether bound-fort the Chinese,
Or the distant shores of the East,
Shall bear afar your nameu to the

World of-fables."

EXERCISE XVIII.

CARTHAGO.

Near the ancient columns of Hercules
A linew of hills gleams with turrets :
The shore windings in a long curve

Shapes itself into a bow;

II.

Mightya Carthage rules-over the waves
Of the vast? sea ;' and opens her double harbours
Securedz by the jutting-out of its sides, and

By its curvedb mole.

o Tibi. o Sternor. p Imitatus. Bibulus. Gen. plur. Tibi. t Aditura. u Plur. v Fabulosus. w Series. x Sinuosus.

y Plur. 7 Septus. & Objectus. b Recurvus.

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Here the sea? rolls? unbroken like
A river’sl d stream amid3 vast3
Hulls ;2 and the anchor binds the weary

Vessel.

iv.

The circle of the walls rises in a triple
Wreath : the watchful torches gleam
By night: and the standards. 1 flutter far

With many-coloured

v.
Ensigns șiv.3 h Numidian columns fringe?
The quay: beneath, the rich-city3i
Smiles with silver, and jewels,

And smiles with gold.

VI.

For,k wherever the Italiana sea?
Rolls its treacherousl waves ;' wherever3
The main beats the Spanish shores with

Menacing2 tide :13

VII. The fleet, anxiousm for gain, fies? With course uncurbed; Thee," Byrsa,whatever anywhere The generous soil elicits from

Sardiniano fields,

VIII.

Whatever Sicilyap also, blushing with luscious grapes, 9 (Elicits) from green" shrubberies of olive: Whatever, too, the isle rich in iron-miness

Distils :

c Inoffensum. d Fluvialis. • Ambitus. fTum. & Versicolor. h Volatus, sing. i Pretiosa domus. k Quippe. 1 Vortex, m Studiosus, with gen. n Dat. • Sardous. p Trinacris. 4 Bacchus. Glaucus. Chalybum metalla.

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His honeyedix.4 gifts, ix. 45 Hyblæan juice,
Bartering it for Tyrian wares : nor does
India's shore, parched with Phoebus,

Grudge gold.

XI.
Whiles through the fields rich with gushing-streams
Prosperity smiles ; with fresha vigour
The wheatenb stalk swells, and waves with

A full ear.

XII. The joyous goat2 sports in the fields Dotted-with-palms, d and every herd grazes in the grassy Plain : on the sloping hills the vinexiii. 1

Purplesxii.1 the grape

XIII. With roseatexii.3 hue, xii.3 and rills enrich it With runninge channels; and with the myrtle's Blossom, and with plantations of shrubs, the graceful

Villas: are adorned.b

xiv.
A darkening tempesta broods, O Byrsa, 2
O’er (thy) happyè destinies!! The Furies'i
Bolt of war falls-thick ;k and the Italian Avenger

Of covetous fraud

+ Tinctis operata villis. a Textiles tunicæ. Minervæ ars. w Cogo. Dona.

y Nec minus. 2 Scatebræ. & Vegetus. b Cerealis. c Juvenesco. d Palmosus. e Riguus. Fruticum culta. & Villarum imago.

b Splendeo. i Furialis. k Ingruo.

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