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SOME EPIGRAMS OF JOHN OWEN
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Notes and References
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1Vergil's "Felix qui potuit rerum cognescere causas." —Georg. 11, 490.
2Juvenal's "Cantabit vacuus coram latrone viator."—Sat. X, 22.
41 John, 11, 1
11This reference contains 2 citations:
- (1608), 2 St. Tr., 559
- Calvin's Case, 7 Co. R. 1
12Bacon, as Counsel for the Plaintiff, in the Exchequer Cham- ber, 2 St. Tr., 575.
13S. John, X, 16
17Ars Poetica vv. 9, 10.
19Pits v. James (1614), Hobart 121 at 125.