The Philadelphia Vocabulary, English and Latin: Put Into a New Method, Proper to Acquaint the Learner with Things as Well as Pure Latin Words : for the Use of Schools

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M. Carey, 1806 - Latin language - 123 pages
 

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Page 92 - Radtol (ordinal nnmbers) the first the second the third the fourth the fifth the sixth the seventh the eighth the ninth the tenth the eleventh the twelfth the thirteenth the fourteenth the fifteenth the sixteenth the seventeenth the eighteenth the nineteenth the twentieth the twenty-first...
Page 57 - ... reddish dye. They were at first the peculiar wear of the Alban kings, afterwards of the kings of Rome Julius Caesar, who was very singular in his whole habit, was particularly remarkable for wearing mullei on ordinary days The Roman solece were a sort of sandals, without any upper leather, so that they covered only the sole of the foot, being fastened above with straps and buckles. These were the ordinary fashion of the women, and therefore counted scandalous in the other sex The crepida had...
Page vi - ... James Greenwood, Author of the EnglishGrammar, and late Surmaster of St. Paul's School. London. . . . MDCCLIX. See the DNB for a brief account of James Greenwood (d. 1737). with the Knowledge of the Words, understand the things themselves which they express, with their Order and Dependance upon one another. And the better to fix both upon the Memory of the young Readers, and to give them as clear an Idea as possible of what they learn, I have caused little Draughts and Pictures to be made of...
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Page 21 - Outward Senses above mentioned, there are three Inward Senses given us, whereby ^t may know that we perceive things, Common Sense Г The Fancy J . The Memory | Mmria, яе, С.

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