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thumb|Title page of ''M. Annaei Lucani Pharsalia, sive De bello civili Cæsaris et Pompeji lib X'', corrections by Farnaby.
Thomas Farnaby (or Farnabie) (c. 157512 June 1647) was an English schoolmaster and scholar. He operated a successful school in the Cripplegate ward of London and enjoyed great success with his annotations of classic Latin authors and textbooks on rhetoric and Latin grammar.

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by Farnaby, Thomas, 1575?-1647
Londini : typis excuduntur pro Mat. Wotton, ad insigne Trium Pugionum in vico vulgo dicto Fleetstreet, & G. Conyers, ad insigne Annuli Aurei in vico vulgo dicto Little-Britain, 1696
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by Farnaby, Thomas, 1575?-1647
Londini : impensis J. Wright; prostat autem vaenalis apud S. Crowch, ad insignia Principis in vico vulgo vocato Cornhil, 1682
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by Farnaby, Thomas, 1575?-1647
Londini : typis excuduntur pro Mat. Wotton, ad insigne Trium Pugionum in vico vulgò dicto Fleetstreet, & G. Conyers, ad insigne Annuli Aurei in vico vulgò dicto Little-Britain, 1696
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by Farnaby, Thomas, 1575?-1647
Londini : impensis J. Wright; prostat autem vænalis apud S. Crowch, ad insignia Principis in vico vulgo vocato Cornhil, 1682
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