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Parthenope". - * Novies vult tellus mille Sicana.
and in Johnson's verses are alike.—We find, accordingly, the Morea, in Templeman, to be set down at 7,220 square milesArabia, at 700,000—Persia, at 800,000—and Naples, at 22,000.
* Sicily, in Templeman, is put down at 9,400.
* The Pope's dominions, at 14,868.
7 Tuscany, at 6,640.
* Genoa, in Templeman, as in Johnson likewise, is set down at 2,400.
° Lucca, at 286.
* The Russian empire, in the 29th plate of Templeman, is set down at 3,303,485 square it, les.
* Sa dinia, in Templeman, as likewise in Johnson, 6,600.
* T he habitable world, in Templeman, is computed, in square miles, at 30,666,806 square miles.
* Asia, at 10,257,487.
* Africa, at 8,506,208.
* Europe, at 2,749,349. .. *
Myriadas denas dat, quinque et millia, sexque
* The British dominions, at 105,634.
**- * Ireland, at 27,457.
* In the three remaining instances, which make the whole * ... that Dr. Johnson appears to have rendered into Latin verse, we find the numbers exactly agreeing with those of Tennple man; who makes the square miles of the United Provinces, 9,540—of the province of Holland, 1,800—and of Wales, 7,011.
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