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T. Maccius Plautus, Asinaria, or The Ass-Dealer (ed. Henry Thomas Riley) 2 0 Browse Search
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Francis Glass, Washingtonii Vita (ed. J.N. Reynolds), CAPUT VICESIMUM SECUNDUM. (search)
tiasSuppetias ferre, “ to bring succor, ” or aid ferre, ausus est. Bello Americano tandem feliciter confecto, Galli, Galli, &c., “ the French, the faithful and brave allies (of the Americans) returned home. ” fideles fortesque socii, domum rediêre; et libertatis donis apud Americanos capti allectique, im perii Imperii, &c., “ they resolved entirely and utterly to abolish all traces of royal government. ” It must ever be deplored that the generous aid afforded the Americans by the unfortunate Louis, should operate as a precedent to commence revolutionary projects in France, on the termination of the revolutionary war in America. regalis vestigia omnia penitùs funditùsque abolere constituerunt; quocirca, Quocirca, &c., “ wherefore, their king slain, (having slain their king and queen,) they exchanged the regal government for a popular one. ” The noun imperio is understood after the adjective populari. rege suo occiso, imperium regium populari commutabant; nec à seditionibus