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" BRITAIN; and accompany each reading with a small portion of the Latin Syntax in the same manner as he accompanied Ovid with the Accidence of the Grammar. This will gradually render him familiar with the Construction of the language. The style of the Commentaries... "
A selection from the Histories of Herodotus, with a literal interlinear ... - Page iii
by Herodotus - 1830 - 96 pages
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An Introduction to a Course of German Literature: In Lectures to the ...

Ludwig von Mühlenfels - German literature - 1830 - 157 pages
...complete power over the Inflections of the language. 4. Let him now proceed with CESAR'S INVASION or BRITAIN; and accompany each reading with a small portion...Syntax, in the London Latin Grammar, being principally exemMETHOD OF STUDY. plified from this Part of Caesar, and the Book of Virgil's ^Eneid already analysed....
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The Philosophy of Training: Or, The Principles and Art of a Normal Education ...

A. R. Craig - Classical education - 1847 - 377 pages
...accompanied with a small portion of the syntax, as the reading of Ovid was accompanied with the accidence. The style of the Commentaries is remarkably easy of construction, and therefore peculiarly adapted to this exercise. The best grammar for this mode of study is the "London Latin Grammar;" and as the...
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