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PREFACE

I

HAVE inserted in the correspondence of this volume

a letter which is not usually so included, namely, that addressed by Antony to Hirtius and Octavian, and preserved, as it seems, in its entirety, in the thirteenth Philippic. It falls easily into its place, and is nearly the only statement we have of Antony's view of the political situation during his siege of Mutina.

I take this opportunity of giving a list of additions and corrections which I hope my readers will make in the text of the translation and notes. Most of them I have discovered myself, but some have been pointed out by friends and by critics in the press. Secondly, I have put together the alterations of the text which I have made by my own conjecture.

I. ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.

Vol. I., p. vii, l. 22, for Hebenden” read Heberden."

p. vii, l. 24, for “discovered since " read omitted by

them.”

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p. xxviii, 1. 9, for feverously” read.

' feverishly.” p. xliv, 1. 19, for “crops” read “ crop.' p. 62, l. 16, before " which” insert "an eighth.” p. 64, 1. 24, before “What if” insert “What advantage to

me his doing so is I do not know: it is certainly good for

the state.” p. 65, 1. 16, for "equites,” read" publicani.” p. 66, note i, for 'AroMóvios read Anoddúvios. p. 89, l. 20, after “ Alexandria " insert "and the rest of

Egypt.” p. 93, l. 2, for "you when ” read when you." p. 96, Letter XXXV, for May” read “ April.”. pp. 99-100, for 12 April, ,” “ 18th April," and 12 April,”

read in all cases “ 19th April.” p. 104, l. 11, after town” insert “escaped from society !

when I have fallen in with such fellows as these !"

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527.”

VOL. 1, p. 122, L 15, jst “5th * med "130

p. 233. for " (4 19, 1)* read (A IV, 11.)*
p. 253, last L, jo“ murumsreas " suriin."
p. 327, Dote, for isa resica

P. 347, note, iranspose “ Laberias end “Valerias.”
VoL" IL, . 94, L 18, for "ís” read" are."

D. 120, 1. 13, for “ Papinius” read“ Papirius."
p. 126, L 25, for the centurion Hermoa's serrant” read

** Hermon the servant of the centurion Caruieius. *
p. 140, note 1, for B.C. 86” read “ B.C. 95."
p. 179, in headline, for A IV” read “ A VI.”
D. 196, note, for." sacerdotesteadpontifices."
p. 215, 1. 2, for “ Alexis” read “ Alexion."
p. 219, 1. 13. for by Cæsar, why was it not defended by

his,” read" then, why was it noi deíended by Casar's.” p. 245, headline, for A viread " A VII." p. 282, note, last l., for Pylae” read Phyle." p. 311, note, for “Kubilius“ read “Rutilius.” P. 330, note 3, L. 3, for Cicero” read Dec. Brutus."

P. 341, l. 13, for “ is" read
Vol. III., P. v, insert “Fam. v, 16...527”; dele“ Fam. vi, 16...

p. vi, deleFam. XI, 22 ... 647.
p. vii, insert Fam. XVI, 22 ... 647.
p. 64, for F XIII, 3 ” read F XIII, 13."
p. 95, note, dele Metellus—capture”; insert"P. Cornelius

Lentulus Spinther (Cos. B.C. 57), Cicero's correspondent,
was refused admission to Rhodes after Pharsalia, and was
probably murdered about the same time as Pompey (13

Phil. & 29).”
p. 175, 1, 1, for “Gargettus” read “Gargettian.”
p. 217, l. 3, for “his ’ read “her."
p. 269, note 3, l. 8, for DCXII.” read “DCXVI.”
p. 273, 1. 4, before " intoinsert from Epidaurus.”
p. 282, last l., after “him " insert "at Sunium.”
p. 313, heading of Letter DCXLVII, for F XI.” read

FXVI."
p. 361, last l. but one, for “poet” read “friend.”

p. 372, under B.C. 69, for Criticus” read Creticus." Vol.”iv., p. 1, for “(F VI, 1) "" read" (F XI, 1).”

p. 68, for (A xv. 10)” read(A XV, 11).”
p. 79, 1. 22, after “ again " insert "?. In note 2, for C.

Lutatius read Q."
p. 136, note 8, for Quintus" read Lucius."
p. 194, l. 3, before “Sextus " insert C. Anneius.”
p. 202, for

(F XII, 1)” read “(F XII, 6).”.
p. 291, for (F XI, 31)” read “(F XI, 24).”
P. 307, for

(BRUT. 1, 10)read (BRUT. I, 9)." p. 308, 1. 18, before brevity” insert “Spartan.'

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II. EMENDATIONS OF THE TEXT PROPOSED BY THE

TRANSLATOR.

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Vol. I., p. 14 (A 1, 1), for quæ cum erit absolute, sane facile eum

libenter nunc ceteri consuli acciderim,” I have read “quä cum erit absoluta sane facile ac libenter fieri consulem

viderim.” p. 127 (Q. FR. 1, 2, $ 5), for “prope quam civitatem suam,”

I have given “quam pro civitate sua. p. 326 (A IV, 18, in Klotz, iv, 16, § 12), from the Greek of the

MSS. orCOIMPICAMOIHI, Klotz has conjectured, où o' οίδ' 'Αρης άμα Παφίg. I have given, σοί κεν άρ' ίσα μ'

αφείη (or αφίφ). Vol. II., p. 10 (A V, 4), “ aufers ” for aufer."

p. 32. (A V, 11), “ nummariam excusationem" for νομαν .

ανδρίαν excusationem.” p. 103 (F XV, 4), “ et fretus iis ” for ego tuto iis.” (In the

tr. the word "all ” should be omitted.)

p. 278 (A VIII, 2), “non ita multi ” for “ ita multi.” Vol. III., 18 (A XI, 7), for “arbitratus est ea factum igitur, ut scribis,

istis placere iisdem istis lictoribus nec uti, quod concessum Sestio sit," I have read arbitratus es. Itane est, ut scribis, istis placere eisdem lictoribus nec uti, quod con

cessum Sestio sit?” p. 43 (A XI, 35), for apud epistolas velim ut possim adver.

sas," I have read “ apud Vestales velim depositum adser

vari.”
p. 85 (A XII, 3), for clypo " I read Q. Pedio."
p. 244 (A XII, 40), “.

non est solvendo ” for “non est in eo.” p. 334 (A XIII, 51), “nimis blandus” for micillus." Vol. IV., P. 54 (A XV, 3), “ Manlio ” for malo."

p. 6o (A XV, 5), ο θησαυρός άνθρακες for ότε ναύς άνθρακες.
p. 86 (A XV, 25), for “et etiam scite quo die olim piaculum,

mysteria scilicet. Utut sit res ..." I read Velim etiam

scire quo die Olympia sint. Ut tu scribis, .. p. 91 (A xv, 26), for “tuli luminarum ædium I read

"Tullianarum ædium.” p. 99 (A XVI, I), “ dare manus " for "ad arma. p. 250 (BR. I, 17), “desperatum” for desperatam.” p. 261 (F X, 17), “Segellaunis " suggested for Segaviano.”

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