Phaedrus construed. The fables of Phaedrus construed into English (Google eBook)

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Page 118 - English Synonymes Explained in Alphabetical Order. With copious Illustrations and Examples drawn from the Best Writers.
Page 121 - Drawing, Shadowing, and Tinting a complete Landscape, in all its Progressive Stages ; and directions for compounding and using Colours, Sepia, Indian Ink, Bister, &c.
Page 120 - Minora ; Or, First Series of Examples to be turned from English into Greek : forming easy and progressive Exercises, illustrative of the Rules of Syntax of the Eton Greek Grammar, Rule by Rule. To which is added, in English ami Greek, a Lexicon of all the Words.
Page 115 - It is the object of this book to point out to those who have a competent knowledge of Grammar, a general method of construing Latin without the debilitating aid of English translations. After attending to the rules, illustrated as they are by copious examples...
Page 113 - Exercises, and Easy Reading Lessons : intended as a Companion to the " Child's French Friend." By Miss Allison. New Edition, 18mo. 2s. cloth lettered. One of the objects of this work is to impress the vocabularies of nouns and verbs upon the pupil's mind : with this view the authoress has inserted a series of exercises; to be committed to memory, in which they are all repeated.
Page 115 - Bullar's Questions on the Scriptures. Questions on the Holy Scriptures, to be answered in Writing, as Exercises At School, or in the course of Private Instruction. By JOHN BULLAH.
Page 115 - Rudiments of Greek Grammar, As used in the College of Eton ; with the quantity of the Latin and Greek Penultimate Vowels, on which the Pronunciation depends ; and Explanatory Notes in English, intended to combine the advantages of modern Grammars with the justly-esteemed and well-established Eton Plan.
Page 117 - Pronunciation : containing a Selection of Words commonly used by the best Writers, with their Pronunciation and Derivations, Terms of Science, Words of similar import, and other articles essential to the attainment of a correct knowledge of the English Language. To which are appended, Latin and French Phrases in general use, and Names of distinguished Persons. Intended as a Supplement to the Grammatical and Pronouncing Spelling Book, and for the assistance of the higher Classes in Schools, and of...
Page 119 - Edition, carefully revised and corrected, 12mo. 2s. 6d. cloth lettered. This Grammar is accented throughout. The notes are entirely original, very copious, and most lucid: the construing is altogether new, and not only more literal, but clearer and more intelligible than in any other edition of the Eton Grammar ever yet published. Edwards' Eton Latin Accidence, With the Stress and Quantities correctly marked, cloth lettered.
Page 122 - GENERAL TABLES OF THE FRENCH VERBS, regular and irregular, by which the formation of any tense or person required may be immediately found.

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