A Grammar of the Latin Language: For the Use of Colleges and Seminaries

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G. & C. Carvill, 1829 - Latin language - 239 pages
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Page ii - during the time therein mentioned." And also to an Act, entitled " An Act, supplementary to an Act, entitled, An Act for the encouragement of Learning, by securing the copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the Authors and Proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned, and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of Designing, Engraving, and Etching Historical and other Prints.
Page 193 - from the signification of the indicative. 5. Neither the active nor the passive voice has a subjunctive of the future. When the expression of futurity is already contained in another part of the proposition, the other subjunctives supply the place of the subjunctive of the future, which is wanting;
Page 204 - mortis non perturbaret, the relative does not merely introduce a circumstance, descriptive of an individual already mentioned to have been a soldier, but ascribes to him a degree of courage, of which the consequence was, that he could not be alarmed with the fear of death. When I say, O miserum senem, qui mortem contemnendam esse in tam longa aetate non viderit
Page 209 - Caedebatur virgis in medio foro Messanae civis Romanus, Judices, quum interca nullus gemitus, nulla vox alia istius miseri, inter dolorem crepitumque plagarum audiebatur, nisi haec : civis Romanus sum.
Page 185 - The thing in which any one's interest is involved is not expressed by a substantive, but by an accusative with an infinitive, or by ut, and the interrogative particles with a subjunctive : as, multum mea interest, ut diligens sis ; or, te esse diligentem / or, {utrum) diligens sis necne.
Page 199 - tolerabilia esse debent, etiamsi magna sint. Ista Veritas, etiamsi jucunda non est, mihi tamen grata est. Dies deficiat, si velim numerare, quibus bonis male evenerit, nee minus si commemorem, quibus improbis optime.
Page 218 - quod vocem mittitis, quod formas hominum habetis, indignantur. Vetus illud Catonis admodum scitum est, qui mirari se aiebat, quod non rideret haruspex, haruspicem cum vidisset.
Page 209 - quum ille, veritus ne vivus veniret in hostium potestatem, desilit, et in equum, qui ad hoc sequebatur, imponitur. Jam in conspectu, sed extra teli jactum utraque acies erat>
Page 217 - Fieri potest, ut recte quis sentiat, et id quod sentit, polite eloqui non possit. Persaepe evenit, ut utilitas cum honestate
Page 173 - The rest of the construction of the names of cities is this : if they denote the place whence, they are in the ablative ; if the place where, the singulars of the first and second declension are put in the genitive ; all plurals and nouns of the other declensions in the ablative. Demaratus quidam Tarquinios

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