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adverb ambassadors Ancalites Assistant Master atque Atrebates autem battle Belgae Bibroci Britain Britanniam Britons Caesar Caesar sent Caesarem camp Cantium Cassivellaunus castris causa cavalry cess-i chariot circiter cohort Commius comp conj continenti copias copiis corn dative enemy equitatu equitum erant erat eris essedis fec-i fere fleet forage Gallic Gaul gender genitive gerund harbour hostages hostes hostium indecl insulae ionis ipse island Itaque itatis jec-i ject-um jubet jussit legati legions locis loco magna militum mitto Morini naves navibus navium neque nostris noun obsides omnes omnibus oris orum partem passuum portum praeter prep proelio pron prope propter pugnae quae quaestor quam quibus quod quum Recapitulatory regionibus reliquae river Stour Roman sailing Segontiaci sentence ships soldiers stit-i subjunctive sunt superl supine tamen Transitive verbs tribes Trinobantes v.a. irreg verb Verulamium vigilia Vocabulary Volusenus winter
Page 16 - Cantium incolunt, quae regio est maritima omnis, neque multum a Gallica differunt consuetudine. Interiores plerique frumenta non serunt, sed lacte et carne vivunt pellibusque sunt vestiti.
Page 100 - BOOKS OF LIVY, adapted for the use of beginners, by GC MACAULAY, MA, Assistant-Master at Rugby ; formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. [Ready. THE SIEGE OF SYRACUSE. Adapted for the Use of Beginners. With Notes, Vocabulary, and Exercises, by GEORGE RICHARDS, MA, and AS WALPOLE, MA [In the press.
Page 101 - The following more advanced Books, with Introductions and Notes, but no Vocabulary, are either ready, or in preparation: — Cicero.— SELECT LETTERS. Edited by Rev. GE JEANS, MA, Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford, and Assistant-Master at Haileybury College.
Page 100 - ROMAN HISTORY. Adapted for the Use of Beginners. With Notes, Vocabulary, and Exercises, by the Rev. GE JEANS, MA, Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford, and AV JONES, MA, Assistant-Masters at Haileybury College. [Ready. Eutropius. — Adapted for the Use of Beginners. With...
Page 101 - The Greek Elegiac Poets.— FROM CALLINUS TO CALLIMACHUS. Selected and Edited by Rev. HERBERT KYNASTON, DD, Principal of Cheltenham College, and formerly Fellow of St.
Page 99 - Vocabularies. (2) Stepping-stones to the study of particular authors, intended for more advanced students who are beginning to read such authors as Terence, Plato, the Attic Dramatists, and the harder parts of Cicero, Horace, Virgil, and Thucydides. These are provided with Introductions and Notes, but no Vocabulary.
Page xvii - The object or completion may consist of a phrase, or of any of the parts of speech which can form a subject. The object may be enlarged in the same way as the subject. The predicate may be extended by 1. Adverb. 2. Ablative case. •3. Preposition and its case. 4. Adverbial sentence. RULES OP AGRKKMEST.
Page 101 - Horace. — SELECTIONS FROM THE SATIRES AND EPISTLES. Edited by Rev. WJV BAKER, MA, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Assistant-Master in Marlborough College.
Page 100 - Adapted for the Use of Beginners. With Notes, Vocabulary, and Exercises, by WILLIAM WELCH, MA, and C. G. DUFFIELD, MA...