Author:William Guthrie (1708-1770)

William Guthrie
(1708–1770)
Scottish writer and journalist, now remembered as a historian.

WorksEdit

As translatorEdit

  • Epistles to Atticus, with notes historical, explanatory and critical (1752), by Marcus Tullius Cicero, in 2 vols. (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • Institutes of eloquence; or, The art of speaking in public, in every character and capacity. Translated into English after the best Latin editions, with notes critical and explanatory (1805), by Marcus Fabius Quintilianus, in 2 vols. (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)

Works about GuthrieEdit

 

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