Item 71 - Latin poem by R. C. Trevelyan, "Vivamus, mea Lesbia, atque amemus", with corrections

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Latin poem by R. C. Trevelyan, "Vivamus, mea Lesbia, atque amemus", with corrections


  • [1886-1891?] (Creation)

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Title taken from the first line of Catullus 5. With corrections in red ink and comments (eg. 'Capital') in pencil. Note at end reads 'v.g. To Mr [G. H.?] Hallam'

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20/70: another version of the poem.

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Envelope [see 20/67] suggests that this is a verse written by R. C. Trevelyan at Harrow [but cf. note 'Fol. Sil. 94. Oct. 30.]'

Envelope [see 20/67] originally labelled 'My Browne's epigrams'; this annotated to indicate that the writer was 'Sir G. O. T.'

Further annotations labelling additional contents as: 'RCT's verses at Harrow'; 'Arthur Sidgwick τοῖς φίλοις'; 'Bobus Smith's lines. Calverley's "Mediterranean Sea"'; "The Kraken"'; ' T [or J?] B M's ode on the Northern Circuit'; 'Judge Coleridge's Murder Story'.

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