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usages, before he is prepared to appreciate those which are exceptional and peculiar.

In this connection, the author is happy to say that Mr. Charles B. Goff has kindly aided him in the preparation of some of the Exercises of Part Second, and Mr. Edward H. Cutler in the preparation of the Vocabularies and in the reading of the proofs.

In conclusion, the author cannot forbear to express his grateful acknowledgments to the classical instructors of the country, who, by their fidelity and skill in the use of his books, have given them a success so far beyond his most sanguine expectations. To their hands this volume is gratefully and respectfully committed.

BROWN UNIVERSITY, August, 1868.

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XXXV. Interrogative and Imperative Sentences.

58

XXXVI. Complex and Compound Sentences.

60

XXXVII. Agreement of Nouns. .

62

XXXVIII. Nominative and Vocative.

64

XXXIX. Accusative as Direct Object.

66

XL. Two Accusatives.

68

XLI. Two Accusatives. - Special Constructions.

70

XLII. Accusative as Subject of Infinitive. In Agreement

with another Accusative. .

73

XLIII. Accusative in an Adverbial Sense. In Exclamations. 75

XLIV. Dative with Verbs.

77

XLV. Dative with Verbs. Special Constructions.

80

XLVI. Dative with Adjectives and Derivatives.

82

XLVII. Genitive with Nouns and Adjectives.

84

XLVIII. Genitive with Verbs.

87

XLIX.-LIII. Ablative.

89

LIV. Adjectives.

102

LV., LVI. Pronouns.

105

LVII. Verbs. — Agreement, Voice, Tense. Indicative Mood. 110

LVIII. Subjunctive Mood.

112

LIX. Subjunctive of Purpose or Result.

115

LX. Relative Clauses of Purpose or Result.

118

LXI. Subjunctive of Condition.

120

LXII. Subjunctive of Concession.

123

LXIII. Subjunctive of Cause and Time.

125

LXIV. Subjunctive in Indirect Questions. .

128

LXV. Subjunctive by Attraction. Subjunctive in Indirect

Discourse.

130

LXVI. Indirect Discourse.

132

LXVII. Imperative Mood.

134

LXVIII., LXIX. Infinitive Mood.

136

LXX. Subject and Object Clauses.

141

LXXI. Gerunds.

143

LXXII. Gerunds and Supines.

146

LXXIII. Participles.

148

LXXIV., LXXV. Particles.

150

LXXVI. Forms for expressing Purpose.

155

LXXVII. Forms for expressing Condition.

157

LXXVIII. Forms for expressing Concession.

159

LXXIX. Forms for expressing Time.

162

LXXX. Forms for expressing Cause.

164

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