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The translation of Homers Works into English verse being undertaken by John Ogilby translator of Virgil and paraphrasor on Æsop: which work will be of greater charge then [sic] can be expected to be born by him; it being found by computation to amount to neer [sic] 5000 l. He herefore being desirous to spend his time and pains to bring that great and ancient poem into our English version; doth humbly propose to all honorable personages, encouragers of art and learning, an expedient for the publishing of the said work, as followeth

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