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Schools, Academies, and Colleges.
CHASE AND STUART'S CLASSICAL SERIES.
THOMAS CHASE, A.M.,
PROFESSOR OF CLASSICAL LITERATUR
E. P. CROWELL, A.M.,
PROFESSOR OF LATIN IN AMHERST COLLEGE.
GEORGE STUART, A.M.,
PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANG
HARKNESS'S LATIN GRAMMAR,
ANDREWS & STODDARD'S LATIN GRAMMAR,
ALLEN'S MANUAL LATIN GRAMMAR,
ALLEN & GREENOUGH'S LATIN GRAMMAR. THE publication of this edition of the Classics was suggested by the constantly increasing demand by teachers for an edition which, by judicious notes, would give to the student the assistance really necessary to render his study profitable, furnishing explanations of passages difficult of interpretation, of peculiarities of Syntax, &c., and yet would require him to make faithfu! use of his Grammar and Dictionary.
It is believed that this classical Series needs only to be known
to insure its very general use.
The beauty of type and paper.
The preparation of the whole Series is the original work of American scholars.
The publishers claim for it
No pains have been spared to make the notes accurate, clear, and helpful to the learner. Points of geography, history, mythology, and antiquities are explained in accordance with the views of the best German scholars. The generous welcome given to these books, proves very conclusively that they are well adapted to the wants of the classroom. They have been adopted in every State of the Union, and we hav the proud satisfaction of stating that they are at this time the standard text-books in more than
The text is not a mere reprint, but is
One T housand Schools,
and the number is daily increasing. Among these are many of the largest and most important classical institutions in the country.
The Publishers desire to acknowledge their indebtedness to the teachers of Latin throughout the country who are using these books, for the high position that has been accorded to them. Grateful for the very flattering welcome they have received, we pledge ourselves that the entire Series shall be
Inferior to None.
The Most Attractive.
The Most Reasonable. To those teachers who do not use them we suggest the consideration of two facts:
1. Large and permanent success follows only real merit. 2. Such success has been obtained by these books. And we are confident that if they will inquire into the merit
which has insured this success, they will find that they are well worthy of the commendation bestowed upon them.
The Series contains the following works, viz.:
CESAR'S COMMENTARIES on the Gallic War.
With Explanatory Notes, Lexicon, Geographical
FIRST SIX BOOKS OF VIRGIL'S ANEID.
With Explanatory Notes, Lexicon, Remarks on Classical Versification, Index of Proper Names, &c. By Prof. THOMAS CHASE. Price by mail, postpaid, $1.25.
VIRGIL'S ENEID. With Explanatory Notes,
Metrical Index, Remarks on Classical Versification, Index of Proper Names, &c. By Prof. THOMAS CHASE. Price by mail, postpaid, $1.50. VIRGIL'S ECLOGUES, GEORGICS, AND MO
RETUM. With Explanatory Notes, Lexicon, &c. By Prof. GEORGE STUART Price by mail, postpaid, $1.25.
CICERO'S SELECT ORATIONS. With Explana
tory Notes, Lexicon, Life of Cicero, List of Consuls during his Life, Plan of the Roman Forum and its Surroundings, &c. By Prof. GEORGE STUART. Price by mail, postpaid, $1.50.
SALLUST'S CATILINE AND JUGURTHINE
WAR. With Explanatory Notes, Lexicon, &c. By Prof. GEORGE Stuart. Price by mail, postpaid, $1.25.