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About the time this was said , Lord Oxford was very desirous of having the Essay
on Man translated into Latin prose . Mr. Dobson had got a great deal of reputation
by his translation of Prior's Solomon . On my mentioning something of the ...
He set out with the design of teaching him Latin and Greek together . " I was then
about eight years old , had learnt to read of an old aunt , and to write by copying
printed books . After having been under that priest about a year , I was sent to the
I once got deep into Grævius , and was taken greatly with it ; so far , as to write a
treatise in Latin , collected from the writers in Grævius , on the old buildings in
Rome . It is now in Lord Oxford's hands , and has been so these fifteen years .
of the chief reasons that set me upon the thoughts of stealing the Latin language ,
Mr. Wortley was the only person to whom I communicated my design ; and he
encouraged me in it . I used to study five or six hours a day for two years , in my ...
He began Latin and Greek together ( which is the way in schools of the Jesuits ,
and which he seemed to think a good way ) under Bannister , their family priest ,
and who was living ( says he ) not two years ago at Sir Harry Titchburne's .
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A collection of anecdotes, mostly collected from Spence's conversations with Pope, but including snippets from many others as well. Most deal with literature, writing, and impressions of ... Read full review