The master's Latin verse book, Latin prose fables turned into verse, with an Engl. transl

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38. lappuse - How Roses came Red. ROSES at first were white, Till they could not agree, Whether my Sappho's breast, Or they more white should be. But being vanquished quite, A blush their cheeks bespread ; Since which, believe the rest, The roses first came red.
23. lappuse - Inde apparuisse ventris quoque haud segne ministerium esse, nec magis ali quam alere eum, reddentem in omnes corporis partes hunc, quo vivimus vigemusque, divisum pariter in venas, maturum confecto cibo sanguinem. Comparando hine, quam intestina corporis seditio similis esset irae plebis in patres, flexisse mentes hominum.
41. lappuse - Justice to soon pleased nature, and to show Wisdom and she together go, And keep one centre; this with that conspires To teach man to confine desires, And know that riches have their proper stint In the contented mind, not mint...
35. lappuse - Formicam aquis obrui conspiceret, ramulum ex arbore rostro continuo frangit, et sine mora dejicit in fontem : ad quern formica se applicans, ex aquis in tutum se recepit. Obiter auceps quidam advenit, et, ut columbam venetur, calamos erigit. Formica id percipiens, pedem alterum momordit aucupis.
11. lappuse - Ille quidem fugit, sed non sine vulnere. Tempus Rusticus ex lauto post breve pauper erat ; Saevitiaeque memor veteris, causamque malorum Hanc reputans, Anguem lata per arva petit. Supplicat inventum ut redeat : cui rettulit ille, " Quae telis horret non adeunda domus.
11. lappuse - Anguem laesum sibi accidisse. Supplicat igitur Angui, ut redeat. Ille ait, " Ignoscere se quidem, sed redire nolle ad cum, cui tanta sit domi securis.
11. lappuse - DUM fugimus parvum, magnum persaepe periclum Obfuit : hoc verum fabula nostra docet. Forte, canes fugiens se Cerva recepit in antrum, Quas latebras, vultum torva, Leaena tenet. Nec mora ; capta fugax ; turn sic moritura gemebat : " Heu ! leve dum fugio, me capit acre malum.
10. lappuse - Stultitiam ridens ferre negavit opem. Non modo ferre negat, verum ne digna petenti Poena absit, curta tnittitur aure ferus.

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