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Introductory Latin Book.
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Elements of Latin Grammar. Pres. Cobleigh, East Tennessee book which has long been needUniversity: “This work is indis- ed."-Rev. M. C. Stebbins, pensable in many schools in the High School, Springfield, Mass.: South.”—Prof. W. H. Young, “I must pronounce this work a Ohio University: “I most heart- model of condensation."-H. F. ily commend this work. I have Lane, High School, Templeton, for some time felt the need of it." Mass.: “It is exactly adapted to -Prof. C. G. Hudson, Wesley- our wants."'-Prof. S. H. Manan Seminary, Lima, N. Y.: “I ley, Cornell College, Iowa: “ It think it is superior to all rivals."- is one of the finest compendiProf. M. B. Brown, Notre ums of grammar I have ever Dame University : It is just the
Cæsar's Commentaries. Pres. Aikin, Union College, tic rendering which are among the N. Y.: "This edition is admir- most important results of classiably suited to develop those hab- cal study." - S. H. Taylor, its of investigation and that style LL. D., Phillips Academy, Adof rigorous, tasteful, and idioma- dover, Mass.: " The notes show
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STANDARD CLASSICAL WORK8.
Horace, The Works of. With English Notes, for the use of
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Langaage and Literature in Brown University. 12mo. 575 pages. Livi. Selections from the first five books, together with the twen
ty-first and twenty-second books entire. With a Plan of Rome, and a Map of the Passage of Hannibal, and English Notes for the use of Schools. By J. L. LINCOLN, Prof. of the Latin Lan
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It is believed that this will be found superior to any edition heretofore published in this country. The Histories of Tacitus. With Notes for Colleges. By W. S.
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A First Greek Book * and Introductory Reader, By A.
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