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Companion to the First Verse Book, containing additional
Historiæ Antiquæ Epitome
A Second Verse Book (being Mr. Rapier's Introduction,
Practical Introduction to Latin Prose Composition, Pt. I. ......
+ Cornelius Nepos, with Critical Questions and Imitative Exercises
VIRGILII ENEIS, lib. I-VI. ....
4. Eclogæ Horatianæ. Pars I. (Carmina)
Ecloga Horatianæ. Pars II. (Sermones)
Practical Introduction to Latin Prose Composition (continued). + Practical Introduction to Latin Verse Composition
SELECTIONS FROM CICERO, WITH ENGLISH NOTES. Part I. (Orations)
5. Ecloga Horatianæ, I. (continued).
+ Practical Introduction to Latin Prose Composition, Pt. II.... 2 Practical Introduction to Latin Verse Composition (continued). HANDBOOK OF ROMAN ANTIQUITIES
ELLISIAN EXERCISES (adapted to the Practical Introduction,
Ellisian Exercises at any time in 3 or 4, for pupils who
Greek Grammar (intended as a sufficient Grammar of reference for the higher forms) (2nd Edition in the press)
This Work is published by Messrs. Longman & Co., the original publishers of Mr. Rapier's work.
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REV. T. K. ARNOLD'S WORKS (continued).
COPIOUS AND CRITICAL ENGLISH-LATIN LEXICON, founded
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THE CHRISTOLOGY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT, and Commentary
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SHORT HELPS TO DAILY DEVOTION, selected and arranged for
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HOMER'S ILIAD. Books I-IV.: with a Critical Introduction, and copious English Notes (in the press).
SELECTIONS from CICERO, with English Notes. Part II. Epistles (in the press). (In preparation).
SELECTIONS from XENOPHON, THUCYDIDES, DEMOSTHENES, and ESCHINES, with Short English Notes, and References to Mr. Arnold's new Greek Grammar, are in the press.
By the Rev. H. H. Arnold.
DOEDERLEIN'S HAND-BOOK of LATIN SYNONYMES.
The ITALIAN ANALYST ; or, the Essentials of Italian Grammar, and their application in Parsing. 3s. 6d.
GOSPEL EXTRACTS for YOUNG CHILDREN. 38.
By the Rev. C. Arnold.
BOY'S ARITHMETIC, Part I. 3s. 6d.
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BEING THE LAST PART OF
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F. JACOBS AND F. W. DOERING.
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THE following work is the last Part of the popular ‘Lateinisches Elementarbuch' by Jacobs and Döring. As a separate volume of that work, it bears the title of 'Klio der Römer.
I have excluded from it the Selections from Cæsar, being of opinion that, from the admirable style of that author, the whole, or a very large part, of his works should be read at school. The following Selections will, I think, be found a useful school-book; containing as much of each author as can well be read in school without taking up a part of the time that should be devoted to Cæsar and Cicero. The principles on which the compiler (F. Jacobs) made his selections, were those of choosing such episodes as would form each a whole, and not interfere with the study of the entire works; and of preferring those that illustrate foreign, rather than Roman, institutions, customs, deeds, and modes of thought,-leaving the latter to a connected perusal of whole authors in the higher classes.
The Notes are by that elegant scholar, F. Jacobs. His reasons for writing them in Latin in this volume (those of the preceding volumes and the Preface to this volume being in German), are these: 'is so far advanced as to be able to
When the pupil read these Selec