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APPENDIX. - Plutarch, Plutarch’s Lives (Dryden trans.) vol. 1 
Plutarch’s Lives. The Translation called Dryden’s. Corrected from the Greek and Revised by A.H. Clough, in 5 volumes (Boston: Little Brown and Co., 1906).
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The Lives in the first volume were translated for Dryden’s edition, as follows:—
Theseus, by R. Duke, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, (to whom two pages are given by Johnson in his Lives of the Poets).
Romulus, by Mr. James Smallwood, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Lycurgus, by Knightly Chetwood, Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge.
Numa, by Sir Paul Rycaut, (the Turkey merchant, and author of the History of the Turks).
Solon, by Thomas Creech, of Wadham College, Oxford, (the translator of Lucretius).
Poplicola, by Mr. Johnson.
Themistocles, by Edward Brown, M. D.
Camillus, by Michael Payne, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Pericles, by Adam Littleton, D. D.
Fabius, by John Caryl, Esq.
The following notes may be added to those given with the text:
end of vol. i.
Life of Solon,page 168 . — Hand to hand as in the ring, literally, like a boxer, hand to hand, is from the Trachiniæ of Sophocles (441); the line just above is the eighth of the Bacchæ of Euripides.
Page 247 . — The verses are the 347th and following of the Persæ.