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A peculiar colophon is added in the Basle edition; and after the words "Impressum in Utopia," a quondam possessor of the tract, probably its contemporary, has written with indignation, "Stulte mentiris!"
At mentiris etiam: certo pedibus, non tunicis venis.
Motte had made regarding him was false, and that she was _mentiris impudentissime_, which two words he begged her counsel to translate for her, as it was not polite to tell her so in French.
In this one instance Parson Lot fairly lost his temper, and answered, "as was answered to the Jesuit of old -- _mentiris impudentissime_."