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A. M. COOK, M.A.,
ASSISTANT MASTER AT ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL.
MACMILLAN AND CO.
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HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
PRINTED BY C. J. CLAY, M.A. & SON,
THE text here adopted is that given by Professor H. Jordan, of Königsberg, in his second edition of 1876 (Berlin: Weidmann),—see p. xlvi. ff.
References to the authorities whose names are quoted will be found in the second index. Here I may mention one or two books to which I am especially indebted. The editions of Kritz and Dietsch are well known; not so well known perhaps is the excellent German commentary of Fabri (1845). What fruit the study of Sallust has produced of late years has to be sought chiefly in magazines and reviews. But my obligations are perhaps greatest to Jacobs and Wirz' school edition, and, of smaller school editions, to the pithy little commentary of Schmalz in the Bibliotheca Gothana. The compilation of Constans de Sermone Sallustiano (Paris, 1880) is of much service,