Works: With the Original Text Reduced to the Natural Order of Construction, and an Interlinear Translation, as Nearly Literal as the Idiomatic Difference of the Latin and English Languages Will Allow Adapted to the System of Classical Instruction Combining the Methods of Ascham, Milton, and Locke
Cowperthwait, Desilver & Butler, 1855
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