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THE ACROSTIC ARGUMENT. [Supposed to have been written by Priscian the Grammarian.]

HIS master being absent (Profecto), Toxilus purchases (Emit) his mistress, and contrives that the Procurer sets her at liberty; and he then persuades him to buy of her capturer a young woman, a captive (Raptam), the daughter of hit Parasite being dressed up (Subornatâ) for that purpose; and (Atque) as he carouses, he makes sport of Dordalus, thus cajoled.

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