Page 80. Ut nos in Epistolis scribendis adjuvet. That he might help us in writing letters.
Page 81. Qui quid sit pulchrum, &c. Who tells more fully than Chrysippus or Crantor what is fair what is foul, what useful and what not.
Page 92. Swerd of bacon, skin of bacon. First English sweard. So green sward is green surface covering.
Page 100. The Country Life is a translation from Cowley's own Latin Poem on Plants.
Page 105. Evelyn had dedicated to Cowley his Kalendarium Hortense.
A MANUAL FOR JUDGES, PRACTITIONERS, AND STUDENTS
BY HANS GROSS, J. U. D. _Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Graz, Austria. Formerly Magistrate of the Criminal Court at Czernovitz, Austria_
Translated from the Fourth German Edition BY HORACE M. KALLEN, PH. D. _Assistant and Lecturer in Philosophy in Harvard University_