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Me nunc mente capis ? respondes maxume, at

ipse Ut non te fallat lubricans memoria, adessum, Fortiter, in schenas vellem tibi porgere pug

num.

Sermo Trentatriefimus. Musa signora soror, non dum tua conta fine

runt? Linquere, et ista potes; deh nunc ad fercola

torna. Pofitus ad tavolam, propter foccorre trippæ, Non oses grattare caput, ftrigliare cotruz

zum: Sit tibi malfactum fpeffas sgorgare pataccas, Dico catarrhosas scracco convolgere ballas.

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Sermo trentaquattrefimus. Cum svogliata stais, non bastant mille sfoiatæ : Non lasagnarum piattonia mille baliæ,

Ad te invogliandam, Madama Camilla Ca

mena. Non decet ogn' unum convivæ porgere un'

altro, Quæ tenet in proprio, bocconia dulcia piatto : Sit nisi banchetto primus, sedutus ut Abbas,

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Quid modo de quellis, qui cum scrittoria laf

sant, Egresi baglio ad turbas, sciocchissime portant, Desuper orecchium calamos inchiostro co

lantes ? Quid de quell' altris, digitis nectantibus un

ghias, Per vim sputazzæ ? quid de geftantibus ore, Et fazzolettum, pappantis more lasagnas? Quid supra banconem, de distendentibus an

chas? Quid de tant' altris, sporgentibus undique chi

appas? Picciola sembrabunt, forsan, ricorda taluno, Attamen infactis, aliter neggotia passant; Nam per picciottos, in multitudine magnos, Pocum stimatos (errores dico) soventer, Malusus intrant, ob danneggiare creanzam ;

Esto quod iftorum parvus fit quilibet error:
Uniti insiemen posset componere magnum ;
Nam plures moschæ ragnarum retia squarzant:
Et multi lepores poffent gabbare livreram:
Et centum paparæ possent occidere porcum:
Et tredecim forces bastant confondere gattain.

FINIS.

Au lieu de donner, comme je l'ai généralement fait jusqu'à présent, le commencement du discours, je transcris ici la fin du 35ième, parcequ'il présente, en proverbes, la conclusion de l'auteur qui en a, du reste, semés abondamment dans le corps de l'ouvrage.

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