A Latin Exercise-book: Especially Adapted to Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar; with Parallel References to the Grammars of Allen and Greenough; Andrews and Stoddard; Bullions and Morris; and Harkness

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University Publishing Company, 1897 - Latin language - 186 pages
 

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Page 155 - longitudinem Italiae, et eo die cum Hasdrubale in Gallia signis collatis pugnasse, quo eum castra adversus sese in Apulia posita habere Hannibal credidisset.
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Page 156 - quern jam sanguis viresque deficiunt. Proinde abite dum est facultas vosque ad legionem recipite.
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