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Velinf etiam scire (often accepted) seems to be the best correctioa for et tu etiam scire, Scires below (in ut tu scires) may have been inserted to complete the construction of «/, in which case there is ellipse of ais^ as elsewhere ; but it is at least arguable that tit tu scires as sound, " I want you to know this, viz. In 13, 21 ^, i Cicero protests against publication without special permission; cf., too, 13, 25, 3. 67 Attict thesauri only means " Atticus' store of learning.*' [But Varronis the- sauri in a letter of Decimus Brutus, ap. 173 far a different tradition, and furnishes a valuable control of the older MS. Patricio in Analecta Bollandiana, his forthcoming edition. Unfortunately, these other sections are just those which have been omitted br the Armagh scribe. 180-1) characterize B, but id not appear in P or W. They, doubtless, preserve an older genitive than Milchon^ a genitive with a transitional vowel, Altlt-con^ of which the older form still was Miliconas, An exact parallel is Glasiconas, which occurs on stones at Ballin- taggart and Gurrane,' from a nominative Glasiuc, which occurs in the Tripartite Life.* In the text of V3 the Irish has been to some extent corrupted. Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. Bastable ; Greenidge's Legal Procedure in Cicero'* 5 Time, by C. The order of sections in the Table of Contents differs at one point from the order of sections in the text — Table of Contents.