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Introductory Latin Book.
A. H. Buck, late Princ. Latin
town, N. Y.: "I say most heartily
Schools, Prov., R. I.: "It is just
E. R. Adams, Academy, East
Elements of Latin
book which. has long been need-
tic rendering which are among the
the hand of the finished scholar as well as of the experienced teacher." Pres. McEldowney, Albion College, Mich. : "This is the most valuable edition of Cæsar with which I am acquainted."-Prof. C. S. Harrington, Wesleyan University, Conn.: The student who uses this edition must read Cæsar with a lively relish."-Prof. W. S. Stevens, Denison University, Ohio: "The notes are greatly superior to those of similar works in England."-Pres. Angell, University of Vermont: "It is a happy idea to furnish the illustrations which enrich the notes.". Prof. W. A. Packard, Princeton College, N. J.: "The notes are models of what the beginner needs to interest and guide him."
Rev. B. Sears, D. D., LL. D., late Pres. Brown University: "This is an admirable work, both in plan and execution."-C. C. Felton, LL. D., late Pres. Harvard University: "I was so much pleased with the work, that I read nearly every word." Prof. J. Hadley, Yale College: "It will be found highly serviceabie in the work of instruction." -Prof. E. S. Gregory, Reserve College, Ohio: "I think it the best book for beginners I ever saw."
H. S. Taylor, LL. D., Phillips Academy, Andover; Mass.: "It will be found an unusually attractive book."
-Prof. A. E. Palmer, Claverack, N. Y.: "This is a model of excellence." Prof. H. W. Haynes, Vermont University: Never before have I seen such a lucid and simple explanation of Caesar's bridge across the Rhine." -Prof. R. W. Sterrett, Dickinson College, Pa.: "It is decidedly the best edition of the Commentaries which I have ever seen."-Prof. L. G. Chaffin, Hobart College, N. Y.: "In all essential points it far excels all other editions of Cæsar."-Prof. S. Hassell, State Normal University, Del.: "This edition of Cæsar is superior to all others published in this country. The biographical sketch of the Roman Commander is a splendid production."
Dr. J. J. Owen, New York College: "It cannot well fail of being a favorite book in our academies and classical schools."Prof. W. S. Tyler, Amherst College: "The Syntax is remarkably perspicuous in its analysis of sentences and its deduction of rules."
Prof. T. Chase, Haverford College: "This is an admirable work, and a great improvement on our previous text-books."Dr. Austin Phelps, Andover Theol. Seminary; "I am much pleased with it. It seems to me distinguished for its clear statements and its simple and scholarly arrangement."
STANDARD CLASSICAL WORKS.
Horace, The Works of. With English Notes, for the use of Schools and Colleges. By J. L. LINCOLN, Professor of Latin Language and Literature in Brown University. 12mo. 575 pages. Livy. Selections from the first five books, together with the twenty-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 Language and Literature in Brown University. 12mo. 329 pages. Quintus Curtius: Life and Exploits of Alexander the Great. Edited and illustrated with English Notes, by WILLIAM HENRY CROSBY. 12mo. 385 pages.
Sallust's Jugurtha and Catiline. With Notes and a Vocabulary. By BUTLER and STURGAS. 12mo. 397 pages.
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. TYLER, Professor of Latin and Greek in Amherst College. 12mo. 453 pages.
Tacitus's Germania and Agricola. With Notes for Colleges. By W. S. TYLER. 12mo. 193 pages.
Virgil's Æneid.* With Explanatory Notes. By HENRY FRIEZE, Professor of Latin in the State University of Michigan. (Recently published.) 12mo. 598 pages.
The type is unusually large and distinct. The work contains eighty-five engravings, which delineate the usages, customs, weapons, arts, and mythology of the ancients, with a vividness that can be attained only by pictorial illustrations.
A First Greek Book* and Introductory Reader, By A. HARKNESS, Ph. D., author of "Arnold's First Latin Book." Second Latin Book," etc. (Recently published.) 12mo. 276 pages.
Acts of the Apostles, according to the text of AUGUSTUS HAHN. With Notes and a Lexicon by JOHN J. OWEN, D. D., LL. D. With Map. 12mo.
Arnold's First Greek Book,* on the Plan of the First Latin Book. 12mo. 297 pages.
Arnold's Practical Introduction to Greek Prose Composi
tion.* 12mo. 297 pages.
Second Part to the above.* 12mo. 248 pages.
SEE END OF THIS VOLUME.