Rudiments of the Latin language

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Oliver & Boyd, 1879 - Latynse taal - 230 pages
 

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Page 21 - The First Part comprehends Words in Common Use, Terms connected with Science and the Fine Arts, Historical, Geographical, and Biographical Names, with the Pronunciation according to the French Academy and the most eminent Lexicographers and Grammarians. The Second Part is an ample Dictionary of English words, with the Pronunciation according to the best Authorities. The whole is preceded by a Practical and Comprehensive System of French Pronunciation. 7s. 6d., strongly bound.
Page 9 - A Dictionary of the English Language, containing the Pronunciation, Etymology, and Explanation of all Words authorized by Eminent Writers. To which are added, a Vocabulary of the Roots of English Words, and an accented list of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper Names.
Page 14 - ... in subordination to the rest of the narrative, the growth of Law and of the Constitution. History of England for Junior Classes; with Questions for Examination. Edited by HENRY WHITE, BA, Trinity College, Cambridge, MA and Ph. Dr. Heidelberg. Is.
Page 9 - Madras College, St Andrews; and THOMAS ARMSTRONG, Heriot Foundation School, Edinburgh. Part I., Is. 6d. Part II., 2s. Both Parts bound together, 3s. KEY, 2s. Armstrong's English Etymology. 2s. Armstrong's Etymology for Junior Classes. 4d. Selections from Paradise Lost ; with NOTES adapted for Elementary Schools, by Rev.
Page 14 - Dr White is remarkably happy in combining convenient brevity with sufficiency of information, clearness of exposition, and interest of detail. He shows great judgment in apportioning to each subject its due amount of consideration.
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Page 22 - KEY, Is. This work follows the natural mode in which a child learns to speak its own language, by repeating the same words and phrases in a great variety of forms until the pupil becomes familiar with their use. Caron's First French Reading-book: Being Easy and Interesting Lessons, progressively arranged. With a copious Vocabulary of the Words and Idioms in the text. Is.
Page 23 - THE acknowledged merit of these school-books, and the high reputation of the seminary from which they emanate, almost supersede the necessity of any recommendation. The " Latin " and " Greek Rudiments " form an introduction to these languages at once simple, perspicuous, and comprehensive. The
Page 16 - I am glad to learn that Mr Smith's Manual for Junior Classes, the MS. of which I have examined, is nearly ready for publication. Trusting that the Illustrative Processes which he has exhibited may prove as efficient in other hands as they have proved in his own, I have great pleasure in recommending the work, being satisfied that a better Arithmetician and a more judicious Teacher than Mr Smith is not to be found.

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