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Page ii - Latin Grammar, Part I. Containing the most important Parts of the Grammar of the Latin Language, together with appropriate Exercises in the translating and writing of Latin.
Page iii - The Elements of Geology for popular use ; containing a Description of the Geological Formations and Mineral Resources of the United States. By CHARLES A. LEE, MD Engravings.
Page ii - The following works, already published, may be regarded as specimens of the whole series, which will consist of about thirty volumes.
Page iii - Tytler's Universal History, From the Creation of the World to the Decease of George III., 1820.
Page i - The plan proposed is to give editions of all the authors usually read in our schools and colleges, together with such elementary and subsidiary works as may be needed by the classical student either at the commencement, or at particular stages, of his career. The editions of the Classical authors themselves will be...
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Page i - ... in possession of the opinions of the best philologists ; together with all such subsidiary information as may serve, not only to throw light upon the meaning of the author, but also to give rise in the young student to habits of correct thinking and to the formation of a correct taste. Many of the works at present used in our...
Page iii - Structure, &c., of Plants, by Sir Humphrey Davy. And an Essay on the Use of Lime as a Manure, by M.