By Marcus Tullius Cicero, E.O. Winstedt (trans.)
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LETTERS TO ATTICUS XII. 6a-7 your use of quaeso, as rather quaint and cockneyfied. ^ lasts so long but, as she has lost her shivering fits now, I hope it will be all right. at He bade you : VII CICERO TO ATTICUS, GREETING. have scribbled a note with all you want on a Tusculum, and given it to Eros quite shortly, but intercalary more than you ask for. c. my son, of whose intentions you gave me the first 46 hint. I took a most liberal tone with him, and, if you think it convenient, I should like you to ask him about that.
Quidem locus amoenus 709 ratio est, quem ad modum et in mari ipso, qui ; sed ineunda nobis omni mutatione domi- in norum, quae innumerabiles fieri possunt in infinita si modo haec stabunt, illud quasi consecratum remanere possit. Equidem iam niliil egeo posteritate, vectigalibus et parvo contentus esse possum. Cogito interdum trans Tiberim hortos aliquos parare et quidem ob hanc causam maxime nihil enim video, quod : tam celebre Sed quos, coram videbimus, ita tamen, ut hac aestate fanum absolutum sit.
And, before I forget it, Caesonius — me word that Sulpicius' wife Postumia had As to Pompey's daughter I him a visit. answered you saying I was not thinking of her at present. I suppose you know the other lady you sent paid 1 Atticus' house was on the Quirinal hill. 23 MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO putOj nosti. Nihil vidi foedius. Sed adsum. Coram igitur. Obsignata epistula accepi tuas. Commotiunculis libenter audio. Atticae hilaritatem o-v/LiTrao-;^^). XII CICEIIO ATTICO SAL. Scr. A De Asturae XVII dote tanto magis perpurga.