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" ... of devoting especial labor to the elucidation of a form that conveys so many delicate shades of meaning, and upon which so much of the beauty and expressiveness of the Latin language depends. On this point, as on many others, great assistance has... "
Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb - Page 281
by William Watson Goodwin - 1871 - 264 pages
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The Tusculan disputations, book first ; the dreams of Scipio: and extracts ...

Marcus Tullius Cicero - Immortality - 1851 - 207 pages
...this point, as on many others, great assistance has been derived from the Latin Grammar of Madvig, whose translator, Mr. Woods, (Oxford, 1849,) has rendered...derivation and force of the particles — a point whose elucidation is of hardly less importance than that of the subjunctive for a correct understanding...
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A German Reader for Beginners

Bernard Rölker - 1854
...this point, as on many others, great assistance has been derived from the Latin Grammar of Madvig, whose translator, Mr. Woods (Oxford, 1849), has rendered...derivation and force of the particles — a point whose elucidation is of hardly les« importance than that of the subjunctive for a correct understanding...
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Tusculan Disputations, Book First: The Dream of Scipio; and Extracts from ...

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1858
...this point, as on many others, great assistance has been derived from the Latin Grammar of Madvig, whose translator, Mr. Woods, (Oxford, 1849,) has rendered...derivation and force of the particles — a point whose elucidation is of hardly less importance than that of the subjunctive for a correct understanding...
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The works of Horace, with English notes

Horace, A. J. Macleane, Reginald Heber Chase - Foreign Language Study - 1869 - 588 pages
...assistance has been derived from the Latin Grammar of Madvig, whose translator, Mr. Woods ( Oxford t 1849), has rendered a service to English scholarship...derivation and force of the particles — a point whose elucidation is of hardly less importance than that of the subjunctive for a correct understanding...
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Aristophanes: The Acharnians, The Knights

Aristophanes - 1871 - 204 pages
...this point, as on many others, great assistance has been derived from the Latin Grammar of Madvig, whose translator, Mr. Woods (Oxford, 1849), has rendered...the particles — a point whoso elucidation is of haidly less importance than that of the subjunctive for a correct understanding of the language —...
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The Birds of Aristophanes

Aristophanes, Cornelius Conway Felton - Birds - 1872 - 236 pages
...many others, f?i«*;it assistance has been derived from the Latin Grammar of M advig, whose transUtor, Mr. Woods (Oxford, 1849), has rendered a service to...less importance than that of the subjunctive for a ron wt understanding of the language — have also received attention, particularly in r!ie notes on...
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Cicero's Tusculan Disputations, Book First: The Dream of Scipio; and ...

Marcus Tullius Cicero, Thomas Chase - 1872 - 208 pages
...large quotations are made in the notes. The derivation and force of the particles — a point whose elucidation is of hardly less importance than that of the subjunctive for a correct understanding ot the language — have also received attention, particularly in the notes on the Somnium Scipionis,...
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