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Author: Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D.
Title: Ovid's Invective or curse against Ibis,: faithfully and familiarly translated into English verse. And the histories therein contained, being in number two hundred and fifty (at the least) briefly explained, one by one; with natural, moral, poetical, political, mathematical, and some few theological applications. Whereunto is prefixed a double index: one of the proper names herein mentioned; another of the common heads from thence deduced. Both pleasant and profitable for each sort, sex and age, and very useful for grammar schools. / By John Jones M.A. teacher of a private school in the city of Hereford.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Ovid's Invective or curse against Ibis,: faithfully and familiarly translated into English verse. And the histories therein contained, being in number two hundred and fifty (at the least) briefly explained, one by one; with natural, moral, poetical, political, mathematical, and some few theological applications. Whereunto is prefixed a double index: one of the proper names herein mentioned; another of the common heads from thence deduced. Both pleasant and profitable for each sort, sex and age, and very useful for grammar schools. / By John Jones M.A. teacher of a private school in the city of Hereford.
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D., Jones, John, M.A.

[London]: Printed by J.G. for Ric. Davis in Oxon, 1658.
Alternate titles: Ibis. English
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90256.0001.001

Contents
title page
Translator ad suam Ovidianae Ibidis Translationem, in laceris adhuc chartis latitantem.
To Captain Anonymus Anargyrus.
To Momus.
To all his worthy Friends in ENGLAND, J.J. Dedicates this his Translation of IBIS.
To all his worthy Friends in the Dominion of WALES, J. J. Dedicates this his Translation of OVID'S Invective against IBIS.
To the READER.
To his Friend Mr John Jones, Tran∣slator of OVIDS IBIS.
To the Author of the Translation of OVID'S Book in IBIN.
To Mr Jo. Jones, Translator, Illustra∣tor and Commentator of Ovids Ibis.
To his much honoured Mr John Jones, Master of Arts, and School-master in the City of Hereford; upon his Translation, Comment, and Ob∣servations upon Ovid his Ibis.
An INDEX of all the proper names in the Histo∣ries recited by OVID in his Invective against IBIS: which may be found by the number of the verse at each name here appearing: Thus.
An INDEX of the common heads, deduced from the Histories recited in this Book.
OVID'S INVECTIVE, OR CURSE AGAINST IBIS, Faithfully translated, and the Histories therein contain∣ed briefly explained, and vari∣ously applied.