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" But if the name of a city or town shall be of the plural number only, or of the third declension, it is put in the ablative case; as Aiunt centum portas Thebis fuisse : They say there were an hundred gates at Thebes. "
Exempla moralia: or, Third book of new English examples, to be rendered into ... - Page 213
1818
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Exempla minora: or, New English examples, to be rendered into Latin [ed. by ...

Thomas Morell - 1821
...trained up from his Youth in war. Verutn si oppidi nomeq pluralis, &c. If the Name of a City or Town be of the Plural Number only, or of the third Declension, it shall be put in the Ablative Case. 1. The most famous University in Greece. was at Athens. 2. I know not where he was born, but he studied...
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Exempla Minora: Or, New English Examples to be Rendered Into Latin, Adapted ...

Thomas Morell - Latin language - 1821 - 227 pages
...is like to him, who is trained up from his Youth in War. RULE LV — If the Name of a City or Town be of the Plural Number only, or of the third Declension, it shall be put in the Ablative Case. 1. The most famous University in Greece 2. I know not where he was boro, but he studied at Paris. 3....
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The Comic Latin Grammar;: A New and Facetious Introduction to the ..., Part 3

Percival Leigh - English wit and humor - 1840 - 163 pages
...abroad unless there be wisdom at home. Cicero must have said this with a prospective eye to Canada. But if the name of a city or town shall be of the plural number only, or of the third declension, it is put in the ablative case, as Aiunt centum portas Thebis fuisse : They say there were an hundred...
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A Latin grammar, founded on the Eton, and arranged in a tabular form, with notes

1844
...rus ibo. — I will go into the country. AT AND FROM A PLACE. * But if the name of the city or place be of the PLURAL NUMBER ONLY, or of the THIRD declension, it is put in the ablative : as, Colchus an Assyrius, Thebis nutritus an Argis. — HOR. A Colchian or...
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The Eton Latin Grammar

T. W. C. Edwards, James Hinton, William Morris - Latin language - 1846 - 229 pages
...wisdom at home. Una semper mill I'm, et domifuimus. Ter. We were always, together in war and at home. But if the name of a city or town shall be of the plural number only, or of the third declension, it is put in the ablative case : as, Colchus, an Assyrius ; Thebis nutritus, an Argos. Hor. A Colchian,...
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Paul Prendergast; or, The comic schoolmaster, comprising a new and facetious ...

Percival Leigh - 1858
...abroad unless there be •wisdom at home. Cicero must have said this with a prospective eye to Canada. But if the name of a city or town shall be of the plural number only, or of the third declension, it is put in the ablative case; as Aiunt centum portas Thebis fuisse : They say there were an hundred...
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