The Elements of Latin Grammar ...

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Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, 1862 - Latin language - 180 pages
 

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Page 163 - Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.
Page 6 - There are three persons ; the first, the second, and the third. The first person is that which denotes the speaker or writer ; as
Page 163 - A meton'ymy is a figure by which we put the cause for the effect, or the effect for the cause ; as, When we say. He reads Milton : we mean, Milton's Works. Gray hairs should be respected, ie, old age.
Page 164 - The Lord is not a man that he should lie, neither the son of man that he should repent. Hath he said it f and shall he not do it...
Page 5 - Prepositions serve to connect words with one another, and to show the relation between them : as, "He went from London to York;" "she is above disguise ;" " they are supported by industry.
Page 163 - When the whole is put for a part, or a part for the whole ; a genus for a species, or a species for a genus...
Page 164 - There is no enjoyment of property without government, no government without a magistrate, no magistrate without obedience, and no obedience where every one acts as he pleases.
Page 97 - V.—A pronoun representing words of different persona should agree with the first person rather than with the second, and with the second rather than with the third: thus— 1.
Page 164 - O the depth of the riches hoth of the wisdom and knowledge of God!

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