Lectiones Latinæ, or lessons in Latin literature; being a choice collection of ... pieces in prose and verse ... from the most celebrated Latin authors, ... preceded by an introductory grammar, etc

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1832
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Contents

Comparative c of Adjectives 3 28
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The verb sum with two Nominatives 4 28
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Examples with the Genitive 5 29
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Examples with the Dative 31
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Examples with the Accusative 32
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Continuation with ditto 35
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Prepositions with the Accusative 36
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Prepositions with the Ablative 37
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Prepositions which govern the Accusative and Ablative 11 38
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Select Sentences from Cicero ? 12 39
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Select Sentences from Cicero 13 40
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Select Sentences from Ovid 14 41
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Select Sentences from Sallust 15 43
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Select Sentences from Juvenal
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Select Sentences from Juvenal 17 46
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Cæsar and the Raven 18 48
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Of the Husbandman and his Sons 19 50
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Human Infirmities Tacitus 20 51
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Ditto continued Justin 21 52
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The Wolf and Lamb Phædrus 22 54
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Extract from Juvenal Sat X 23 55
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PART II
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Lesson Orig Ordo I Select Sentences from Horace 58 82
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Avaritia Avarice Juvenal and Virgil 60 84
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Pecunia Money Juvenal 62 86
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Munerum Corruptela Ovid Tibullus 64 88
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Ad Republicum Horace Ode xvi Lib 1 66 90
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Apes Bees Virgils Georgics 1v 153 68 92
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Chays Ovids Metamorphoses Lib I 70 94
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Ætatis Hominis Descriptæ Horace 72 96
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De Passere Mortuo Lesbiæ Catullus 74 98
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Continuation of ditto Virgil 78 100
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PART III
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Oweni Epigrammata Selecta 107 124
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Acutè Dicta Acute or Wise Sayings 108 126
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Felis the Cat Gediké 109 128
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Natura Dei c Cicero 110 130
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Themistocles Cornelius Nepos 111 132
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Oratio Catilinæ c Sallust 112 134
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Continuation of ditto Sallust 113 138
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Porcius Cato Cornelius Nepos 114 140
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Continuation of ditto Cornelius Nepos 115 142
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Luculli Miles Horace Epis Ir Lib 11 116 146
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Vitæ Rusticæ Laudes Horace Epode ir 117 148
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Continuation of ditto Horace ditto 118 150
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Quatuor Mundi Ætates Ovid Met Lib 1 119 152
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Ætas Argentea Ovid 120 154
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Ætas Ænea et Ætas Ferrea Ovid 121 154 156
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Lesson Page I Of Writing
159
Of Paper
160
Of Ink
161
Of Peos
162
Of Letters
163
Of the Dwelling
164
On the Fathers Return
165
Love of Parents
166
Conversations between a Father and a Son
167
Continued ditto
168
Continued ditto
169
Continued ditto
170
Continued ditto
171
Continued ditto
172
Continued ditto
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Continued ditto
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Continued ditto
175
Natural History
177
Sol the Sun
178
Luna the Moon
179
The Fixed Stars
180
The Primary Planets
181
The Secondary Planets
182
Continuation
183
Aqua Water
184
Continuation
185
Mare the Sea
186
Aër the Air
187
Plantæ Plants
196
Flores Flowers
197
Of Animals
198
Quadrupedes
199
Continuation of ditto
200
The Dog and the Wolf
201
The Cuckoo and the Starling
202
The Boaster
203
Caius Julius Cæsar
204
The Two Painters
205
Of Gaul or France
206
An Oration of Caractacus
207
Education of the Persians
208
Of Numa Pompilius
209
Be just even without Reward
210
Select Sentences from Seneca
211
On Selfgovernment
212
On Reading good Books
213
Wealth often excludes Friendship
214
Moral Sentences
215
Of the Dog and his Master
216
The Hedgehog and Viper
217
The Countryman and Lawyer
218
Of the Ass and bis Labour
219
The Husbandman desiring War c
220
Of a certain Woodcutter
221
Arabic Inscription
223
Arabic Inscription arranged
224
Two kinds of Beauty
225
On Beauty continued
226
Memoria Memory
227
Discipline of Children
228
Continuation of ditto
229
Mythology
230
Saturnus Saturn
231
Continuation of ditto
232
Cybele Juno Vesta
233
Minerva Ceres et Mars
234
LXXVIII Mercurius Apollo Diana
235
Venus Neptune Pluto Bacchus
236
Ciceros Oration
237
Ciceros Oration continued
239
Ciceros Praise of Poets and Poetry
240
The Speech of Appius
241
Oration of Seneca to Nero
242
Oration of Seneca continued
244
On Selecting Friends
245
On Selecting Friends continued
246
Admonitio Advice
247
The Proud Jackdaw
248
Mors Death
249
Amicitia Friendship
250
Formica et Musca the Ant and the Fly
251
The House and Cave of Envy
252
The Shipwreck of Simonides
253
Philosophy
255
Fluxus et Refluxus Maris Tides
256
Mutatio Cbange
257
Change continued
258
Address to Cæsius Bassus
259
Address to Cæsius Bassus continued
261
A Tempest or Storm on Land
263
Storm at Sea Shipwreck
264
CIII Storm at Sea continued
265
Storm at Sea continued
266
Storm at Sea continued
267
The Storm and Shipwreck continued
268
An extract from Horace
270
Passions of the Mind
271
Mediocrity
272
Providence
273
The Year
274
Genders of Nouns
275
On the Nature of Verbs
280
Perfect Tense and Supines of Verbs
282

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