Second Latin Book: Being the First Part of Jacobs' and Döring's "Elementarbuch", Or Latin Reader, with an Enlarged and Critical Vocabulary and Notes Adapted to the Author's Latin Grammar

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Thomas, Cowperthwait & Company, 1845 - Latin language - 299 pages
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Page ii - Library one folio, or two quarto volumes, or four volumes of any lesser fold, with the plates belonging to the same, upon...
Page ii - On or before the first Wednesday in May, all books shall be returned to the Library, and a penalty of live cents per day shall be imposed for each volume detained.
Page 187 - Diana, which magnificent structure was one of the seven wonders of the world ; it was 425 feet long and 200 broad, and cost 220 years of labour.
Page 76 - Italiae, Siciliae, Africae reddidit, quae sua recognoscebant. Ita Carthago septingentesimo anno, postquam condita erat, deleta est. Scipio nomen Africani junioris accepit. 6. Interim in Macedonia quidam Pseudophilippus arma movit, et P. Juvencium, Romanorum ducem, ad internecionem vicit. Post eum Q. Caecilius Metellus dux a Romanis contra Pseudophilippum missus est, et, viginti
Page 11 - like ours, where so many words are derived from other languages, there are few modes of instruction more useful or more amusing than that of accustoming young people to seek for the etymology or primary meaning of the words they use. There are cases in which more knowledge of more value may be conveyed by the history of a word than by the history of a campaign.
Page 83 - Rhenum et Oceanum est. Britannis mox bellum intulit, quibus ante eum ne nomen quidem Romanorum cognitum erat; Germanos quoque trans Rhenum aggressus, ingentibus proeliis vicit.
Page 219 - Libya, x, f. properly Libya, a kingdom of Africa, lying west of Egypt; sometimes it comprehends .the whole of Africa. Licinius, i, m. a name common among the .Romans. Licet, uit, itum est, imp.

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