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" ... movemur enim nescio quo pacto locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus aut admiramur, adsunt vestigia. "
The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal - Page 228
1877
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Memoirs of the Life of Gilbert Wakefield, Volume 1

Gilbert Wakefield - 1804 - 590 pages
...made." 1 Before I quit this subject, my Alma Mater, i Pope's Windsor Forest, v. 267. " Movemur t- mm, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus aut admiramur adsunt vestigia. Me, quidem, ipsae illse noftrae Athenae, non tam operibus magnificis, exquisitisque antiquorum artibus,...
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M. Tullii Ciceronis opera omnia ex recensione Jo. Aug. Ernesti qui et notas ...

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1810 - 408 pages
...illi villae amicior. modo faotus, atque huic omni solo, in quo tu ortus et procreatus es. movemur enim nescio quo pacto locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus, aut admiramur, adsunt vesti-( gia. me quidem ipsse illa; nostrae Athena; non tam operibus. magnificis, exquisitisque antiquorum...
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Miscellaneous Poems

Thomas Gilbank Ackland - 1812 - 222 pages
...gaily housed ? Scripture says not, I think. STANZAS, ADDRESSED TO THE VILLAGE OF • Movemur enim, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eorum quos diligimus aut admiramur adsunt vestigia. CICERO. DEAK tranquil seat of innocence and ease, Where Nature's hand her fairest hues hath spread;"...
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A Tour Through Italy, Exhibiting a View of Its Scenery, Its Antiquities, and ...

John Chetwode Eustace - 1813 - 688 pages
...Series of Translations, chiefly descriptive of the Villa and the Life of Horace. -• Movemur enim, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eorum quos diligimus aut admiramur adsunt vestigia — ubi quisque habitare, ubi sedere, ubi disputare solitus sit." — CICERO. Occasioned by an Excursion...
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Scriptores romani: sive Selecta ex M.T.

1817 - 442 pages
...villae amicior modo factus, atque luiic onini soio, in quo tu ortus et procreatus es. Movemur enim nescio quo pacto locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus aut admiramur, adsunt vestigia. Me quidem ipsae illie nostne Atlienae non tain opcribus magnifias, exquisitisque antiquorum artibus...
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A Classical and Topographical Tour Through Greece: During the ..., Volume 2

Edward Dodwell - 1819 - 620 pages
...philosophers, sages and legislators, of whom not only Athens but the world may be proud. " Movemur nescio quo pacto locis ipsis in quibus eorum quos diligimus, aut admiramur, adsunt vestigia. Me quidem ipsae illre nostrae Athenee non tarn operibus magnificis, exquisitisque antiquorum artibus...
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A Classical and Topographical Tour Through Greece: During the ..., Volume 2

Edward Dodwell - 1819 - 630 pages
...philosophers, sages and legislators, of whom not only Athens but the world may be proud. " Movemur nescio quo pacto locis ipsis in quibus eorum quos diligimus, aut admiramur, adsunt vestigia. Me quidem ipsae illae nostra? Athenae non tam operibus magnificis, exquisitisque antiquorum artibus...
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Scriptores Romani: sive, Selecta ex M.T. Cicerone [and others]. In usum ...

Scriptores Romani - 1821 - 404 pages
...ipsi villse amicior modo factus, atque huic Omni solo, in quo tu ortiis et procreatus es. Movemur enim nescio quo pacto locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus aut admiramur, adsüht vestigia. Me quidem ipsae illas nostrae Athen» non tarn operibus rtiagiïificis, exquisitisque...
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De legibus libri tres: cum Adriani Turnebi commentario ejusdemque apologia ...

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1824 - 840 pages
...villae amicior modo factus , atque huic omni solo , in quo tu ortus et procreatus es. Movemur enim nescio quo pacto locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus aut admiramur, adsunt vestigia. Me quidem ipsae illae nostrae Athenae non tam operibus magnifiais exquisitisque cfs. Qnare faceseat...
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Elements of Moral Philosophy, Volume 2

Daniel Dewar - 1826 - 620 pages
...the death of the Re?. John Rylaud, DD, by Robert Hall, MA) memory we love and admire. " Movemur cnim, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus, aut admiramur adsunt vestigia." " The scenes themselves may be little beautiful ; but the delight with which we recollect the traces...
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