The first Greek book. [With] Key, Volume 2

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Page 264 - THE CHURCHMAN'S COMPANION, containing a great variety of Essays and Papers, some original, but mostly selected, and chiefly on Religious subjects 1 46 SHORT HELPS то DAILY DEVOTION, selected and arranged for every Day in the Year 1 80 HANDBOOKS.
Page 263 - London. (By THE REV. TK ARNOLD) PUBLISHED BY MESSRS. RIVINGTON, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD, AND WATERLOO PLACE, PALL MALL. There are Keys to those works ONLY to which f is prefixed.
Page 263 - COPIOUS AND CRITICAL ENGLISH-LATIN LEXICON, founded on the German-Latin Dictionary of Georges [by the Rev. TK ARNOLD and the Rev. JE RIDDLE] I 25s. Od. " A very slight inspection of it will show that it aims at a far hi^lier standard of accuracy and completeness than any of its English predecessors.
Page 112 - On the meaning of the verb итцм, the following things are to be noted : the Près., Impf., Fut. and first Aor. Act. have a transitive meaning, to place ; but the second Aor., Perf. and Pluperf.
Page 263 - Grammar (intended as a sufficient Grammar of reference for the higher forms) 2 10 6 Elementary Greek Grammar 1...
Page 2 - EEM. 1. The following examples will show how the Romans sounded these diphthongs, and how they are represented in English...
Page 264 - DEMOSTHENES, and jESCHINES, with Short' English Notes, and References to Mr. Arnold's new Greek Grammar, are in the press. By the Rev. HH ¿mold. DOEDERLEIN'S HAND-BOOK of LATIN SYNONYMES. 7«.

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