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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION LIBRARY
This work is designed as a sequel to the author's edition of "Arnold's First Latin Book." It comprises a complete analytical syntax, exhibiting the essential structure of the Latin language, from its simplest to its most expanded and elaborate form.
(десениy published.) 12mo.
Beza's Latin Version of the New Testament. 12mo. 291 pages, 75
Cæsar's Commentaries on the Gallic War. With English Notes, Critical and Explanatory; a Lexicon, Geographical and Historical Indexes, and a Map of Gaul. By J. A. SPENCER, D.D. 12mo. 408 pages, 125 Cicero's Select Orations. With Notes for the use of Schools and Colleges. By E. A. JOHNSON, Professor of Latin in the University of New York. 12mo. 459 pages, . 1 25
Cicero de Officiis. With English Notes, mostly translated from Zump and Bonnell. By THOMAS A. THACHER, of Yale College. 12mo. 194 pages,
Horace, The Works of. With English Notes, for the use of Schools and Colleges. By J. L. LINCOLN, Prof. of Latin Language and Literature in Brown Univ'y. 12mo. 575) pages, 1 50
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 Lan guage and Literature in Brown Univ'y. 12mo. 329 pages, 1 25 Quintus Curtius: Life and Exploits of Alexander the Great. Edited and Illustrated with English Notes, by WILLIAM HENRY CROSBY. 12mo. 385 pages, 1 25 Sallust's Jugurtha and Catiline.* With Notes and a Vocabulary. By BUTLER and STURGAS. 12mo. 397 pages, 1 25
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. 458 pages, . 150 Tacitus Germania and Agricola. With Notes for Colleges. By W. S. TYLER. 12mo. 193 pages, 90
Virgil's Eneid.* With Explanatory Notes. By HENRY FRIEZE, Professor of Latin in the State University of Michigan. (Recently published.) 12mo. 598 pages, 1 50
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."
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A First Greek Book* and Introductory Reader. By A. HARKNESS, Ph. D., author of "Arnold's First Latin Book," "Second Latin Book," &c. (Recently published.) 12mo. 276 pages,