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EXCERPTÆ EX LATINIS SCRIPTORIBUS SERVATO
TAKEN FROM THE BEST LATIN AUTHORS,
WITH CONCISE RELATIONS IN ENGLISH, WHICH
The whole illustrated with explanatory Notes on ancient and
BY J. B. DUMOUCHEL,
Late Professor and Rector of the University of Paris, and
Professor of ancient Languages in the Lyceum of Paris.
Published and sold by DELAPLAINE & HELLINGS,
T. T. Stiles, printer.
District of Pennsylvania, to wit:
BE IT REMEMBERED, That on the tenth day of August, in the thirty-fifth year of the independence of the United States of America, A. D. 1810 Delaplaine & Hellings, and John F. Watson, of the said District, have deposited in this Office, the Title of a Book, the right whereof they claim as Proprietors, in the words following, to wit:"Narrationes exceptæ ex Latinis Scriptoribus Servato Temporum Ordine Disposite; or Select Narrations, taken from the best Latin authors, Justin, Quintus Curtius, Cæsar, Cicero, Titus Livius, Sallust, Suetonius, and Tacitus; with concise relations in English, which connects the events; The whole illustrated with explanatory notes on ancient and modern Geography : Adopted by the commission of public instruction, for the use of the Lyceums, and the secondary schools. By J. B. Dumouchel, late Professor and Rector of the University of Paris, and F. Goffuux, Professor of ancient Languages in the Lyceum of Paris. First American from the third Paris Edition. In conformity to the Act of the Congress of the United States, intituled, "An Act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the Copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the Authors and Proprietors of such Copies, during the times therein mentioned." And also to the Act, entitled "An act supplementary to an Act, entitled, An Act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the Copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the Authors and Proprietors of such Copies, during the time therein mentioned," and extending the Benefits thereof to the Arts of designing, engraving, and etching Historical and other Prints."
D. CALDWELL, Clerk of the District of Pennsylvania.
INNVAND COLLEGE LIBRMY
GEORGE ARTHUR PLIMPTON
Clermont College, May 2d, 1810.
THE books you are about to publish, viz. "Epitome Historie Sacra," "De Viris illustribus urbis Roma," and " Narrationes Excerpta," which I use in my Seminary, are better calculated to facilitate the knowledge of the Latin language, than any elementary books in this country: I am glad to hear of your undertaking, and wish you great success, of which, however, I have no doubt.
J. THOS. CARRÉ.
Gray and Wylie's Academy, Philadelphia, Aug. 1st, 1810.
Having of late examined the" Epitome Historie Sacre," " De Viris illustribus urbis Roma," and "Narrationes Excerpta," more minutely than opportunity, previously to your commencement of publication, allowed me, I have no hesitation to declare them, in my
opinion, superior to any other elementary books with which I have an acquaintance. Wishing them a speedy introduction into the various schools in this extensive country,
Gentlemen, yours, &c. &c.
University of Pennsylvania, June 8, 1810.
Having examined the Selections of M. L'Homond, &c. which you propose to publish, I have no hesitation in recommending them as the best elementary books I have ever met with.
The pure Latinity of the selections from Sacred History, the interesting Historical and Biographical Sketches of the others, so excellently calculated to excite and inform the youthful mind, together with the neatness and accuracy of your editions, will, I hope, give them a speedy and general introduction into our schools.
Wishing you that success which your undertaking merits,
J. G. THOMSON
Germantown, Mount-Airy College,
Having been presented with three books, viz. << Epitome Historia Sacra," "De Viris illustribus urbis Romæ,” and “Narrationes Excerpta, in order to obtain my opinion of their publication in this country, I can declare, for myself, that it is a very desirable object. The latter I am well acquainted with in the practice of teaching. The two first I approve, and think these works are better calculated than any elementary books now in use: however, the well known character of the author, M. L'Homond, is a sufficient recommendation.
F. B. BROSIUS.
Philadelphia, Friends' Academy,
Having perused with attention three books, viz. "Epitome Historia Sacra," "De Viris illustribus urbis Roma," and "Narrationes Excerpta," of which my opinion was requested, I do not hesitate to believe them to be good elementary works, and, (from the judicious selection of matter, the brevity of the sententces, and size of the volumes, better calculated to interest the young student and engage