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LIST OF EDUCATIONAL BOOKS.

CLASSICAL.

ÆSCHYLUS.-ÆSCHYLI EUMENIDES. The Greek Text, with

English Notes, and English Verse Translation and an Introduction.
By BERNARD DRAKE, M.A., late Fellow of King's College, Cam-
bridge. Svo. 7s. 6d.
The Greek Text adopted in this Edition is based upon that of Wellauer,

which may be said in general terms to represent that of the best manu-
scripts. But in correcting the Text, and in the Notes, advantage has been
taken of the suggestions of Hermann, Paley, Linwood, and other com-

mentators.

ARISTOTLE.-ARISTOTLE ON FALLACIES; OR, THE

SOPHISTICI ELENCHI. With a Translation and Notes by
EDWARD POSTE, M.A., Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. Svo.
8s, 6d.
Besides the doctrine of Fallacies, Aristotle offers either in this treatise, or

in other passages quoted in the commentary, various glances over the
world of science and opinion, various suggestions on problems which are
still agitated, and a vivid picture of the ancient system of dialectics, which

it is hoped may be found both interesting and instructive. “It is not only scholarlike and careful ; it is also perspicuous.”—Guardian.

8vo. 145.

ARISTOTLE.GAN INTRODUCTION TO ARISTOTLE'S

RHETORIC. With Analysis, Notes, and Appendices. By
E. M. COPE, Senior Fellow and Tutor of Trinity College, Cam-
bridge.
This work is introductory to an edition of the Greek Text of Aristotle's

Rhetoric, which is in course of preparation.
“Mr. Cope has given a very useful appendage to the promised Greek Text;

but also a work of so much independent use that he is quite justified in his separate publication. All who have the Greek Text will find themselves supplied with a comment; and those who have not will find an analysis of the work."-Athenæum.

(7MTI-CATULLI VERONENSIS LIBER, edited by R.

Ellis Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford. 18mo. 35. 6d.
* It is serie tre car that ne edition of Catulus at once so scholarlike has ever

antarei in Facand 44
* Rarwy have read a classic author with so reliable, acute, and safe a

gunte. "Batman &

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JUVENAL.-JUVENAL, FOR SCHOOLS. With English Notes.

By J. E. B. MAYOR, M.A. New and Cheaper Edition. Crown 8vo.

[In the Press. A School edition of Juvenal, which, for really ripe scholarship, extensive

acquaintance with Latin literature, and familiar knowledge of Continental criticism, ancient and modern, is unsurpassed, we do not say among Eng, lish School-books, but among English editions generally."-Edinburgh Review.

LYTTELTON.—THE COMUS of MILTON rendered into Greek

Verse. By LORD LYTTELTON. Extra fcap. 8vo. Second Edition. 55.

THE SAMSON AGONISTES of MILTON rendered into
Greek Verse. By LORD LYTTELTON. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6s. 6d.

MARSHALL.--A TABLE OF IRREGULAR GREEK VERBS,

Classified according to the Arrangement of Curtius's Greek
Grammar. By I. M. MARSHALL, M.A., Fellow and late Lec-
turer of Brasenose College, Oxford ; one of the Masters in Clifton
College. Svo, cloth.

IS.

MAYOR.-FIRST GREEK READER. Edited after KARL HALM,

with Corrections and large Additions by John E. B. Mayor, M. A., Fellow and Classical Lecturer of St. John's College, Cambridge.

[In the Press. MERIVALE.—KEATS' HYPERION rendered into Latin Verse.

By C. MERIVALE, B.D. Second Edition. Extra fcap. 8vo.

35. 6d.

PHILOLOGY.—THE JOURNAL of SACRED and CLASSICAL

PHILOLOGY. · Four Vols. 8vo. 125. 6d, each.

PLATO.—THE REPUBLIC OF PLATO. Translated into En

glish, with an Analysis and Notes, by J. Ll. DAVIES, M.A., and D. J. VAUGHAN, M.A. Third Edition, with Vignette Portraits of Plato and Socrates, engraved by JEENS from an Antique Gem. 18mo. 45. 6d.

ROBY.-AN ELEMENTARY LATIN GRAMMAR. By H. J. ROBY, M.A. New Edition. 18mo.

[In the Press. “ It contains an amount of accurate and well-digested knowledge such as is

often found wanting in works of much greater pretensions. We know no book which in so small a compass, and with so little parade, contains more sound knowledge of Latin." --Spectator.

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