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The preceding volume of this Collection concluded the last of the pieces originally published under the NOMINIS UMBRA of The Author of Waverley; and the circumstances which rendered it impossible for the writer to continue longer in the possession of his incognito were communicated in 1827, in the Introduction to the first series of Chronicles of the Canongate, consisting (besides a biographical sketch of the imaginary chronicler) of three tales, entitled "The Highland Widow," "The Two Drovers," and "The Surgeon's Daughter.
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For the "Romani nominis umbra," the shadow of the mighty race whom they had conquered, lay heavy on our forefathers for centuries.
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But the ancient habitues-the magni nominis umbrae, contemporaries of Brummell in his zenith, boon companions of George IV.
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De Bagaudis nunc mihi sermo est, qui per malos judices et cruentos spoliati, afflicti, necati postquam jus Romanae libertatis amiserant, etiam honorem Romani nominis perdiderunt....
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Then he knelt down by the may-tree, and said his prayers, beginning as he always did: _"Totiens glorior, quotiens nominis tui, JESU, recordor.
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And he tells an interesting anecdote about a manuscript of Vergil: Sed quoniam _aheni_ quoque exemplo usi sumus, venit nobis in memoriam, fidum optatumque, multi nominis Romae, grammaticum ostendisse mihi librum Aeneidos secundum mirandae vetustatis, emptum in Sigillariis XX.
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Examples of Nomini

Example #1
INTRODUCTION TO CHRONICLES OF THE CANONGATE.
Example #2
I have, perhaps, said enough on former occasions of the misfortunes which led to the dropping of that mask under which I had, for a long series of years, enjoyed so large a portion of public favour.
Example #3
And their dread of the great heathens was really a dread of Nature, and of the powers thereof.
Example #4
One wonders that more of them did not imitate poor Paracelsus, who, unable to get a hearing for his coarse common sense, took-vain and sensual-to drinking the laudanum which he himself had discovered, and vaunted as a priceless boon to men; and died as the fool dieth, in spite of all his wisdom.
Example #5
It was on its wane when, in the ambition of boyhood, I first began to muse upon high neck cloths and Wellington boots.
Example #6
For my part, I can just recall the decline of the grand era.