In the fame manner the most excellent of all arts, temperance, justice, and prudence, by which we not only judge of what is laudable, just, ... them into the publick halls where they dined, that the youth might fee from their example what an odious vice drunkenness was. ... for aslfmenias the Tbtban% ivhen he exhibited to his scholars both good and bad performers on the flute, used to say, Thus you mustanbsp;...
|Title||:||Plutarch's Lives: tr., with notes from Dacier and others. To which is prefix'd the Life of Plutarch, by Dryden|
|Author||:||Plutarchus, John Dryden|