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Ode tribus constat Strophis, totidémque Antsirophis, und demum Epodo clausis, quas, tames, omnes nec versuum numero, nec certis ubique colis exacle respondeant, ita tamen secuimus, commodé legendi potius, quam ad antiquos concimendi modos rationem spečlantes. Alioquin hoc genus rectills fortase dici monostrophicum debuerat. Metra partim sunt Kata Schesin, partim apolelumeua. Phaleucia quae sunt, Spondaeum tertio loco bis admittunt, quod idem in secundo loco Catullus ad libitum fecit.
* Ad C H R IS TINA M Suecorum Reginam nomine
* These verses were sent to Christina Queen of Sweden with Cromwell's pićlure, and are by some ascribed to Andrew Marvel, as by others to Milton; but I should rather think they were Milton's, being more within his province as Latin Secretary.
F I JW I S.