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this edition. Corrected or modern readings of quotations are enclosed in square brackets.

1. Margin. Qiiemlihet. ... Rabbi Eliezer. Getnara Babli. Yebamoth 6. 63*
(Talmud. Warsaw 1S60, 7. 63''). The passage is translated into the Latin of the
text by John Selden, De Jure Natural! et Gentium 5. 3.

Qutainq J... The same as above.

1. II. Anthologia I'alatina (1872) 11. 388. These are the final lines ; the others
are quoted on page 10, margin.

2. Margin. Julius Pollux 3. 3. 48, " fiaav Si xal iya/xlov dlKai iroWaxoO, Kal
dtpiyoLfilov, Kal KaKoya/itov iv AaKtSaifioat."

Vide Fcstum.... Sextus Pompcius Kestus, De verborum significatione, lib. 20,
" Uxorium pependisse dicitur, qui, quod uxorem non habuerit, aes populo dedit."

Ibi Jos. Seal.... Scaliger's note on the passage above is as follows: — "'Ava/i/ot/
SIk-h, Atheniensibus : alibi etiam, hoc est, Lacedaemone, 6\piyaiJ.iov Kal KaKoya/iiov,
aes poenae nomine h. caelibibus primi exegerunt, ut puto, M. Furius Camillus, et
M. Postumius, Censores anno ab U. C. 350" (S. P. Festus. Delphin Ed. Amstel.
1699).

All the references of this margin are given by Selden (see note i).

3. 8. I Corinthians 7. 26.
3. II. Matthew ig. 12.

3. Margin I. Maimonides, Vol. 2. 43= (Berlin 1862). The words in the margin
are a paraphrase of a passage in Selden's De Jure Naturali 5. 3 (Lipsiae 1695,
p. 566).

3. 14. St Austin (or Augustine), Bishop of Hippo, De bono conjugali, cap. i8
(Theologiae Vetcrum Patrum, Florent. 1791, Vol. 9 — 10, p. 453).

3. Margin 2. Ignatius, Epistola ad Philadelphienses 4 (Patrum Apostolicorum
Opera, Zahn, 1876). [\l'iyui'...TOLiTU)y ifii'riudriv...'laatov']. The quotation is continued on
page 5, margin.

3. 19. I Corinthians 7. 32. The Eniautos (1673) reads does iJ-epiiJ-fav.

3. 23—30. Matthew 24. 15—22, and Luke 23. 29.

3. 30. I Cor. 7. 28.

4. 2. I Cor. 7. 28.
4. 3. I Cor. 7. 32.

4. 5. Psalm 19. 4 (Prayer-Book). [all lands].

4. 9. Genesis 2. 18 (Vulgate), [non est bonum esse hominem solum]. Compare
I Cor. 1 1. 8 — 12.

4. 16. Unbeliei'crs. Tlie Eniautos (1673) reads ^^//V^vrj, which Cattermole follows
(Select Sermons by Jeremy Taylor, 1845). E.-H., however, gives unbelieT.'ers, which
the context clearly requires.



42 Notes.

Flavia Domitilla. The E.-H. reference is " Sur. de Sanctt. in mai. xii. in S.
Nerei, &c. martyr."

4. 22 — 29. The E.-H. references are as follows :

"5/ Thecla. Act. Sanctt. Bolland. in Sept. .K.\iii. torn. vi. p. 549.

" St Iphigenia. Petr. De natal, in Sep. xxi.

" Susanna. Sur. de Sanctt. in Aug. xi.

" St Agnes. St Ambrose, ep. ii. torn. iii. append. Col. 479.

" St Felicula. The same as the reference for Flavia Domitilla., 4. 16."

5. 2. I Timothy 4. 3.

5. Margin. Ignatius, Epistola ad Philadelphienses 4. [^o-xoi- tvvaiKa.%\ This quota-
tion is a continuation of that on page 3 (margin 2), and is partly repeated on page 13
(22).

Et Clemens.... Eusebius, Historia Ecclesiastica 3. 30 (Migne's Patrology, 1857, torn.
20, p. 278). " Et Paulus non detrectat in epistola quadam (i.e. Philippians 4) salutare
conjugem suam, quam non circumduxit, ut ad ministerium expeditior esset."

5. 23. Hebrews 13. 4.

5. 25. I Corinthians 7. 9. [irpeWov vdp iaTi. yafiijaai f; TrupoRrffat].

6. 10. Tobit.

6. 16. John 2. I — II.

6. 23. I Timothy 2. 15. [if they continue in faith and charity and holiness with
sobriety].

7. Margin i. Plato, Leges 773 E. [KUTaXd-rroyTa].
7. Margin 2. Claudian, In Eutropium i. 187.

7. Margin 3. Anthologia Palatina (1872) 9. 444. [uiXtva' &>>]. The remainder of
the epigram is quoted on page 8 (4).

7. Margin 4. Varro, Lex Maenia. Quoted by Nonius Marcellus, De honestis et
nove vetei-um dictis, lib. 2 (Quicherat, Paris 1872, p. 109). [aliqui or aliquem].

8. 4. Anthologia Palatina (1872) 9. 444. The first part of the epigram is quoted
on page 7 (margin 3).

8. 23. Venter, i.e. womb (ventre).

9. 27. Iliad 10. 173.

10. 9. Catullus 15. 17. The application and paraphrase of the lines are most
curious.

10. 14. Anthologia Palatina (1872) g. 244. Willmot makes an odd comment on
this passage (the italics are mine) : " Sometimes he (Jeremy Taylor) sends his moral
home upon an arrow out of the quiver of the epigrammatists ; thus, he tells those
who hurry into the tumult of business, in the hope of escaping from the inconvenience
of solitude, 'The stags,'" &c. (Bishop Taylor, his Predecessors, Contemporaries, and
Successors, p. 141).

10. Margin. Anthologia Palatina (1872) 11. 388. [tectIui']. The remainder of the
epigram is quoted on page i (11).

11. I. Odyssey 11. 326.

11. Margin i. Plautus, Amphitruo 839. [esse duco...et parentum].

11. Margin 2. Juvenal 6. 143. The lines that follow are quoted in the margin below.



Notes. 43

11. 15. Euripides. Quoted by Clemens Ale.xandrinus, Stromata 4. 20. Grotius
places these lines with those quoted on pages 28 (23) and 37 (margin) and makes
the whole emended passage run thus (0'?(ri>' »; rptxyifUo. being Clemens' own
words): — OuSf/xfai' wvT]a( xiXXos eis iricrii/ f^vvo-ofov,

T) 'fXTTj S' Sivria^ iroWiV vaaa yap aya6 ri yvi^,

TjTis anSpl avvriTTiKe, aiiKppoviXv iwiffTarat,

irpurra ixkv yh,p Toud' i/irdpx"' ^'S" if^opcpot y r6<Tis,

Xpr) SoKciv el!ti.op<pov (hat t-q yf. vovv KeKTrnj^v^.

oil yap 6tf>()a\iJ.bt ri ixop<f>r\v Kplvov iarlv, aW 6 voiJ!.

iO X^7a;' 5', St' drrtXifii;, XP'I SoKeli', Khv fii] \iyv,

K!i.irop(~iv h.v Tu ^vvbvTt irpbs x^-P^" M^^^!? X^7Ci>'.

Excerpta (Paris 1627) p. 425 and the Notes, p. 960.
11. Margin 3. Juvenal 6. 143. A continuation of Fades non uxor amatur in
the margin above.

11.24. Odyssey 4. 456. [aXV ,5701 rai irapSaXis].

Eubulus. Quoted by Clemens Alexandrinus, Stromata 7. 6.
Clemens Alexandrinus, Stromata 4. 18.
I Peter i. 22. Animas vestras castificantes (Vulgate).
Juvenal 10. 353.

Horace, Satire i. 2. 33. [inflavit tetra libido].
Varro. Quoted by Macrobius, Saturnalia i. 16. 18. [janua patet

Quintilian, Pro Caeco. Declamatio 2. 7. [uxor est...haec sola reve-
rentia...inventa causa].

13. 22. Ignatius, Epistola ad Philadelphicnses 4. [ni" yi-iJ.oi'i Trpoaoii.CKr\(javTuv
...laxof yma'iKa^]. This is partly a repetition of the quotation on page 5 (margin).

13. 31. Afranius. In Homine. Quoted by Nonius MarcelUis, De differentia
similium significationum. Lib. 5 (Quicherat, Paris 1872, p. 491).

14. 28. Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta 3 (Didot, Paris 1839, p. 164)
[rar" apxAj].

15. 2. Can il be... The Eniautos (1673) reads r(j« i^« //.

15. 8 and Margin i. Anthologia Palatina (1872) 9. 351. {rhv Xi/toD j,vTopa\.
15. 10. Cattermole changes ^ap into breast, a word not nearly so appropriate
(Select Sermons of Jeremy Taylor, 1845).
15. 17. Juvenal 2. 137.

15. Margin 2. Juvenal 6. 183.

16. 26 — 31. Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta (at the beginning) (Didot,
Paris 1839, p. 164).

16. Margin. Juvenal 6. 178.

17. 4. Dionysius Halicarnasseus, Antiquitates Romanae 2. 25.

17. 15. Plutarch, Moralia, Quaestioncs Romanae 7.

18. 10. Saint Macarius of Egypt. Homily 32. 9 (Patrcs, Caillau, 1842, p. 240).
18. 14. Lucian 51. 'Pnr6puv SManaXos, 6 (Uindorf, 1840, p. 572). [yly>'eTai...//ie

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19. 14. Herodotus 5. 92 (Gaisford, 1824. Vol. 2, p. 650).

20. II. Livy 34. 7- [aut viros].

20. 14. Iliad 6. 429. ["Ektop, a.Tap ail fiol iaai. Trarrip Kal TriTvia M'^Vp]. Quoted
by Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta 48 (Didot, Paris 1839, p. 172). See

note 34 (17)-

21. 3. Euripides, Medea 230.

21. 8. St Ambrose, Exhortatio Virginitatis 4. 23. His words, which do not
seem to be intended to refer to Euripides, are as follows :— " Quae nupserit ad ser-
vitutem pecunia sua venditur. Meliori conditione mancipia quam conjugia com-
parantur : in illis meritum emitur servitutis, in istis pretium ad servitutem additur."

21. 13. Cicero, De Republica 4. 6. Quoted by Nonius Marcellus, Lib. 9, De
numeris et casibus (Quicherat, Paris 1872, p. 581).

21. 19. Philo (Judaeus), Lib. 3, Leges allegoriarum, 18 (Lipsiae 1828, p. 141).

22. 27. The E.-H. reference is " Aclius Spartianus. Antoninus Caracalla, cap. 8."

23. 4. Plutarch, Moralia, Quaestiones Romanae 30 (Didot, Paris 1839, p. 335).
[ubi tu ; Greeks Stoi- au\.

23. 9. Aeneid 6. 397.
23. 13. Catullus 61. 31.

23. 14. Martial 11. 7. 8.

24. 7. Colossians 3. 19.
24. 16. Persius 5. 45.

24. 20. Genesis 2. 24 (Vulgate), and Matthew 19. 5.

24. 21. No man .. Ephesians 5. 29.

25. Margin. Tibullus, Elegia 2. 59. [ornatus dissoluisse comae].
25. 8. Iliad 15. 16.

25. 10. Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta, just after the extract given on

page 37 (10). V r,v

25. 12. St Basil, Hexaemerus 7. 6 (Migne's Patrology, 30. 945). [Vipera pesti-
ferum virus evomit nuptialis causa revercntiae ; tu feritatem aninii et amaritudinem
non deponis, coactus pudore conjugii].

25. 22. St Chr)'sostom, I Epistola ad Corinthios. Homily 26. 7 (Migne's Pa-
trology. Series Graeca 61. 222).

26. 4. St Chrysostom, as above. The actual words do not occur.
26. 7. Plutarch, Vitae, Cato Minor 70.

26. 16. Boethius, De Consolatione Philosophiae, Lib. 4, Metrum 6. 16.
26. 25. St Hieronymus, Epistola 3, Ad Ruffinum Monachum 6 (Migne's
Patrology 22. 335). [potest, vera nunquam].
26.27. ofiMa... Exodus 21. 10 (Septuagint).
eivota... 1 Corinthians 7. 3.

26. 28. ^iXAttjs... Iliad 14. 209.

(pCKoipjioaivn... Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta 28.

27. S- Proverbs 5. 19.
27. 6. Psalm 133.

27. 8. The Song of Solomon 4. 12.



Notes. 45

27. Margin. Horace, Carmen i. 13. 17. [divulsus].

27. 1 1 — 17. This is an affecting passage when we remember Bishop Taylor's own
domestic sorrows (see Archdeacon Farrar's Essay in Masters in English Theology,
p. 183, and the note).

27. 27. Plutarch, Vitae, Tiberius Gracchus. " It is said that he (T. Gracchus)
once caught a pair of serpents upon his bed, and that the soothsayers, after they
had considered the prodigy, advised him neither to kill them both nor to let
them both go. If he killed the male serpent, they told him his death would be
the consequence ; if the female, that of Cornelia (his wife). Tiberius, who loved
his wife and thought it more suitable for him to die first, who was much older
than his wife, killed the male, and set the female at liberty. Not long after this
he died, leaving Cornelia with no fewer than twelve children." Plutarch's Lives,
Langhornc, p. 572. (The footnote says : — " Cicero relates this story in his first book
dc Divinatione, from the memoirs of Caius Gracchus, the son of Tiberius.")

28. I. Baptista Fregosa (or Fulgosa) 4. 6. De Conjugali Charitate.

28. 3. Baptista Fregosa. The same as above. " Singulari etiam memoria dignus
est amor, quern Dominicus Catalinus, qui Lesbi rerum potiebatur, erga uxorem
ostendit. Quae cum in lepram incidisset, vir minime veritus a contagione infici
posse, aut aspectus horrore averti (etenim illuvies magis, quam vivum corpus videri
potest) ncque tetro odore quern ulcera mittebant, nunquam aut mensa aut lecto com-
muni eam prohibuit. Conjugalis enim charitas apud eum contagionis timorem,
tetrunique conspectum odoremque in securitatem ac voluptatem verterat, quod eam
juxta Dei verbum eandem carnem secum esse arbitrabatur."

28. Margin. Varro, Satyrae Menippeae. Quoted by Aulus Gellius i. 17. [vitium
uxoris aut tollendum, aut ferendum, est commodiorem...].

28. 19. The note in E.-H. is: — "Qu. Epictetus ? Enchiridion. Cap. 65." But
the correct reference seems to be Cap. 43.

28. 23. Euripides. Quoted by Clemens Alexandrinus, Stromata 4. 20 (see
note II. 15).

29. 12. Sophocles, Philoctctcs 97. \a.(iyhv...dxav f>7driv].
29. Margin. Aristotle, Mirabilia, 15S.

29. 26. Iliad 14. 205 and 209. \k\)(!ui\.. three lines omitted. ■■aviaa.i.y,C\. Quoted
as in the text by Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta 38.

30. 3 — 5. Ludovicus Caelius Rhodiginus 25. 32 (Geneva 1620).
30. 5—7. The E.-H. reference is, " Digest 48. 3."

30. 9. Propertius 2. 8. 3.

30. 29. N(nu concerning... This is the commencement of the third leading divi-
sion of the subject, as analysed on page 9.

31. 17. Genesis 3. 16.

31. 23. The E.-H. reference is, " Digest 24. 3. 14."

31. 26. Plautus, Stichus 99.

32. 3. Martial 8. 12. 3. [Prisce, marito].

32. 29. Juvenal 6. 133.

33. 2. Menander. Quoted by Stobaeus, Florilcgium 74. 5. [^i StiTtp' ai't!...].



46 Notes.

33. 8. Aeneid 9. 617.

33.9. Devoratum... Isaiah 51. 30 (Vulgate).
33. 10. Effaminati... Isaiah 3. 4 (Vulgate).
33. 1 1. Aristophanes, Plutus 2.

33. 22. St Hieronymus, Commentarius in Epistolam ad Ephesos, Cap. 5.
" Sicut Domino. Quomodo Sara subdita erat Abraham, dominum eum vocans."

34. I. TertuUian, De Idololatria 15.

34. 3. Clemens Alexandrinus, Stromata 4. 19. [dperV Te ko! <ruT)j/)/ai'].
34. 17. Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta 48, where the preceding words
are those quoted from Homer on page 20 (16).

34. 23. Plutarch. The same as above.

35. 4. Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta 19.

35. 8. Tacitus, Annales 13. 32. " Et Pomponia Graecina, insignis femina,
Plautio, qui ovans se in Britannis retulit, nupta, ac superstitionis externae rea, mariti
judiciis permissa." The Eniautos (1673) and E.-H. read Planlhis, but it is an error.

35. 26. Romulus. Quoted by Dionysius Halicarnasseus 2. 25.

35. Margin. Juvenal 6. 181. [diem].

36. 19. Menander. Quoted by Clemens Alexandrinus, Paedagogus 3. 2.
36. Margin i. Propertius. I. 2. 1—6, omitting lines 2 and 3.

36. 23. Philemon. Quoted by Clemens Alexandrinus, Paedagogus 2. 10, and
differently by Stobaeus, Florilegium 56. 15 (Lipsiae 1838). (E.-H. also gives the
reference " Diog. Laert. 2. 5.")

36. Margin 2. Juvenal 6. 167.

36. 32. Euripides. Quoted by Clemens Alexandrinus, Stromata 4. 20

37. Margin. Euripides. The same as above. See note on 11 (15).

37. 10. Sophocles. Quoted by Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta 26. The
Eniautos (1673) reads napyaplr-q^, a curious error, suggested perhaps by the mention
of diamonds in the context.

37. 15. Odyssey 10. 237.

37. 28. Sappho. Quoted by Plutarch, Moralia, Conjugalia Praecepta 48, and by
Stobaeus, Florilegium 4. 12.

[KaTBavoiaa bi Keiffeat,

ovS^ Tt fiva^Offvva. aiBtv

^fffferaij Oi)5^ ttok' -uarepoy,

oi5 yap T€dix^^^ p6S<t3v

Tuji' fV Uiepias. Brunck, Analecta i. 57].

38. 8. A bunch of viyirh Martial 14. 113, and E.-H. refers to "Plin. Nat.

Hist. 14. 15, and Alhen. 11. 2."

38. 9. A dead maris bones... Herodotus 2. 78.
38. 18. Anthologia Palatina (1872) 10. 31.



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