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The satires of Juvenal, translated into English verse, with a correct copy of the original Latin ON The Opposite Page: Cleared Of All The Most Exceptionable Passages, And Illustrated With Marginal Notes From The Best Commentators. Also Dr. Brewster's Persius; With The Original ON The Opposite Page, and notes from Casaubon To Illustrate The Design And Method AS Well AS The Sense Of His Several Satires. In two volumes. By E. Owen, M. A. Rector of Warrington, And master of the free school in that Town.
- MDCCLXXXV. 
The satires of Juvenal, with the original text, reduced to the natural order of construction, with accents to regulate the right pronunciation of the Latin words, and a close and truly literal English translation, rendering the Author exceedingly easy and familiar to the Reader. In a Method entirely different from all yet extant. Together with an appendix historical, geographical, and poetical. For the Use of the Youth, and others, desirous of understanding this Satirist grammatically. By John Stirling, D.D. Vicar of Great Gaddesden, Hertfordshire.
- MDCCLX.