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In one of the most readable and engaging essays in the volume, David Money gives us an overview of the place of Latin verse writing by English gentlemen of leisure and education in the eighteenth century, focussing particularly on one of the commemorative anthologies that were still, and rather unusually, emerging from the two English universities at that time.
People who can plan their journeys months in advance because they're ladies and gentlemen of leisure.
Ford also advices wealthy gentlemen of leisure to get a job.