The New liber primus: a practical companion for the Latin grammar, and introduction to the reading and writing of Latin, on the plan of Crosby's Greek lesson (Google eBook)

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John P. Jewett and Company, 1859 - Foreign Language Study - 126 pages
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Page 67 - Deum maxime Mercurium colunt: hujus sunt plurima simulacra, hunc omnium inventorem artium ferunt, hunc viarum atque itinerum ducem, hunc ad quaestus pecuniae mercaturasque habere vim maximam arbitrantur. Post hunc, Apollinem et Martem et Jovem et Minervam : de...
Page 28 - Quibus rebus adductus Caesar non exspectandum sibi statuit, dum, omnibus fortunis sociorum consumptis, in Santonos Helvetii pervenirent. xn. Flumen est Arar, quod per fines Aeduorum et Sequanorum in Rhodanum influit incredibili lenitate, ita ut oculis in utram partem fluat judicari non possit.
Page 31 - Nascitur ibi plumbum album in mediterraneis regionibus, in maritimis ferrum ; sed ejus exigua est copia : aere utuntur importato.
Page 117 - Praestantia, ae, f. superiority; an advantage; a preeminence. sto,) to stand before; to excel; to be superior; to surpass; to perform; to pay; to grant; to give; to render; to execute; to cause: se, to show or prove one's self: praestat, imp.
Page 36 - Gallica differunt consuetudine. Interiores plerique frumenta non serunt, sed lacte et carne vivunt pellibusque sunt vestiti. Omnes vero se Britanni vitro...
Page 109 - Impune, adv. (in & poena,) with impunity ; without hurt; without punishment. Imus, a, um, adj. (sup. of inferus, § 26, 2,) the lowest: the deepest. In, prep. with the accusative, signifies, into ; towards ; upon; until; for; against : with the ablative, in; upon; among; at : in dies, from day to day : in eo essc, to be on the point of: in sublime, aloft.
Page 97 - Jupiter, who was wor shipped under this name, in the deserts of Lybia, under the form of a ram Amnis, is, d. a river. Amo, are, avi, atum, tr. to love ; (viz. cordially, from the impulse of...
Page 36 - ... hospitio Ariovisti usus erat. His mandavit, ut, quae diceret Ariovistus, cognos.cerent, et ad se referrent. Quos quum apud se in castris Ariovistus conspexisset, exercitu suo praesente, conclamavit : ' Quid ad se venirent? An speculandi causa ? ' Conantes dicere prohibuit, et in catenas conjecit.
Page 97 - Apex, icis, m. a point; the top; the summit. Apis, is, f. a bee. Apis, is, m. an ox worshipped as a deity among the Egyptians. Apollo, inis, m.
Page 56 - XXXIV. Quamobrem placuit ei, ut ad Ariovistum legatos mitteret, qui ab eo postularen!, uti aliquem locum medium utriusque colloquio diceret : velle sese de República et summis 20 utriusque rebus cum eo agere.

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