A copious Latin grammar, tr., with alterations, notes and additions by G. Walker, Volume 1

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Page 317 - Musam meditaris avena ; nos patriae fines et dulcia linquimus arva : nos patriam fugimus ; tu, Tityre, lentus in umbra formosam resonare doces Amaryllida silvas.
Page 333 - ... quod populi priscorum Latinorum hominesque prisci Latini adversus populum Romanum Quiritium fecerunt, deliquerunt, quod populus Romanus' Quiritium bellum cum priscis Latinis iussit esse senatusque populi Romani Quiritium censuit, consensit, conscivit, ut bellum cum priscis Latinis fieret, ob earn rem ego populusque Romanus populis priscorum Latinorum hominibusque priscis Latinis bellum indico facioque.
Page 288 - ... pateret soli. Hoc spatium, quod neque habitari, neque arari fas erat, non magis quod post murum esset, quam quod...
Page 384 - Cum autem duobus modis, id est aut vi, aut fraude fiat injuria; fraus quasi vulpeculae, vis leonis videtur : utrumque homine alienissimum, sed fraus odio digna majore. Totius autem injustitise nulla capitalior est, quam eorum, qui, cum maxime fallunt, id agunt, ut viri boni esse videantur.
Page 333 - Si tu et Tullia, lux nostra, valetis, ego et suavissimus Cicero valemus.
Page 422 - ... honorem nostrum interest, quam primum ad urbem me venire: Cic. Nat. Deor. 1. 4, magni existimans interesse ad decus et ad laudem civitatis, res tam graves tamque praeclaras latinis etiam literis contineri, since I believe that it is of much importance as to the ornament and honour &c.
Page 317 - Quodsi nunc Lucius ille Brutus revivescat et hie ante pedes vestros adsit, is non hac utatur oratione ? ' Ego reges eieci; vos tyrannos introducitis. Ego libertatem, quae non erat, peperi; vos partam servare non vultis. Ego capitis mei periculo patriam 1 tropeis PIT MX : tropheis P*HBCE.
Page 411 - IS, nam Clinia, etsi is quoque suarum rerum satagit, attamen habet bene ac pudice eductam &c. though he has enough to do with, has trouble enough with &c. At other times satis agere is used, but without a case: e. g Plaut. Merc. 2. 1. 4, ego hac nocte in somnis egi satis : agitur tamen satis, Cic. Att. 4. 15, ie yet he has enough difficulty : cf. Gell. 3. 8 : 9. 10 : in which latter place it is used with de. Note : We also find stupeo with the genitive animi, as capti (tribuni plebis) et stupentes...
Page 66 - ... plural end in a. Note. It is common to say, that neuters have three cases alike : viz. nom. acc. voc., which though correct is unnecessary ; since the vocative has almost always the same termination as the nominative. 7-) View or scheme of the five modes of declension : except that Greek words and neuters are omitted : the nominative singular also does not appear in its various forms. IV. Next follow the five modes of declension separately. A. The first mode of declension, or first declension,...
Page 97 - Latin numerals, quatuor, four ; quinque, five ; sex, six ; septem, seven ; octo, eight ; novem, nine ; decem, ten ; undecim, eleven ; duodecim, twelve ; tredecim, thirteen...

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