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Eclogæ Latinæ. A New Elementary Latin Reading Book, with a Dictionary. A New Edition. 2s. 6d.
This volume is arranged like the “ Analecta Græca Minora,” it has a Lexicon at the end, and is graduated so that the pupil after passing
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Key, 5s. A Latin Verse Book, an Introductory work on Hexameters and
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A Latin Grammar. By T. Hewitt Key, M.A., F.R.S., Professor
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Conington, M.A. 6s. 6d. Second Edition.
Classical Tables, 8vo.
Irregular Greek Verbs and such clementary Greek, Latin,
and French Constructions as are of constant occurrence. Is. 6d.
Greek Accidence. By the Rev. P. Frost, M.A. 1s. Latin Accidence. By the Rev. P. Frost, M. A. ls. Latin Versification. ls. The Principles of Latin Syntax. 1s. Homeric Dialect: its leading Forms and Peculiarities. By J. S.
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