|Title:||Aulus Persius Flaccus his Satires translated into English, by Barten Holyday Mr of Arts, and student of Christ-Church in Oxford.|
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Aulus Persius Flaccus his Satires translated into English, by Barten Holyday Mr of Arts, and student of Christ-Church in Oxford.
Persius., Holyday, Barten, 1593-1661,
At Oxford: Printed by Ioseph Barnes, printer to the Vniversitie, 1616.
|Alternate titles:||Works. English Satirae.|
A variant of the edition with Oxford device (McKerrow 336) on title page.
Identified as STC 19778 on UMI microfilm reel 1607.
Signatures: A-D E4 (-E4).
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Latin poetry -- Translations into English -- Early works to 1800.
Satire, Latin -- Tranlations into English -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE READER.
A LETTER OF A JVDICIOVS FRIEND requested by the Authour to deliver his censure on his Translation.
VPON THE HAPPY TRANSLATI∣on of the most difficult Satirist, performed by his deare friend Mr. B. H.
TO HIS KIND FRIEND Mr. B. H. vpon his Persius.
VNTO HIS LOVING FRIEND Mr. B. H. vpon Persius translated.
TO THE AVTHOR HIS most loued friend.
TO THE AVTHOR HIS very good friend.
TO HIS LEARNED FRIEND Mr B. H. vpon his iudicious translation of Persius.
AVLVS PERSIVS FLACCVS. THE PROLOGVE.
SATIRE. 1. THE FIRST SATIRE IN forme of a Dialogue. The Speakers. PERSIVS. MONITOR.
SATIRE. 2. THE SECOND SATIRE VNTO his friend Plotius Macrinus.
SATIRE 3. THE THIRD SATIRE.
THE FOVRTH SATIRE.
THE FIFT SATIRE IN FORME of a Dialogue. The Speakers. Persius, Cornutus.
THE SIXT AND LAST SATIRE TO his friend Caesius Bassus a Lyrique Poët.
AN APOSTROPHE OF THE TRAN∣slatour to his Authour Persius.