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THE DOOK OF JOSHUA. By the Rev. G. F. MACLEAR, D.D.

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THE CAMBRIDGE BIBLE FOR SCHOOLS & COLLEGES.

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Preparing THE BOOK OF GENESIS. By Professor ROBERTSON SMITH, M.A. THE BOOK OF EXODUS. By the Rev. C. D. Gissau'RG, LLD. THE BOOK OF HOSEA. By the Rev. T. K. CHENE, M.A. THE BOOKS OF HAGGAI AND ZECHARIAH. Dy Arch

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I. GREEK. THE ANABASIS OF XENOPHON, BOOKS I. III. IV.

and V. With a Map and English Notes lvy ALFRED PRETOR, M.A., Fellow of St Catharine's College, Cambridge ; Editor of Persius and Ciccro ad alli

cum Book 1. 35. cach. "In Mr Pretor's edition of the Anala is the text of Kühner has been followed in the main, file the exhaustive and admirable notes of the grea: German editor have lopen largely utilized. These nistes deal with the minutes as well as the most important d f urica in cunstruction, and ali questions of history, antiquity, and geography are brictly but very effec!ually clucidated." - The E:rminer.

“We welcome this addition to the other books of the načasis so ably edited by Mr Pretor. Although originally intended for the use of candidates at the un servivoca'examinations, yet this edition will be found adpted not only to mere the wants of the junior student, but even advanced shu'an will find much in this work that will repay ies perual."-he Schuimaster,

** Mr Pretor's 'Anabasis of Xenophon, Bok!V. dplays a union of accurate Cambridge scholarship, with experience of what is required by learners gained in examining middle-class schwa The text is large and clearly printed, and the nutsexpisin all difficulties Pretor's notes seem to be all that could be wished as regards grammar, geography, and other matters, "The dcademy. BOOKS II. VI. and VII. By the same Editor. 25. 6d. each.

** Anotler Greck texe, designed it would serm for students preparing for the local examinations, is Xenophan's Avaliasis,'Br 11.. with English Notes, Ly Alfred Pretor, M A.

The cuitior has exercised his regal dimriminalin in utilise the 'ext art notes of Kuhner, with he occasional a sineaner of the best hints of Schneider, Vollbrecht and Mumichaclon (ntial matters, and of M. RW. Laylimon points of history and geography. When Vir l'rctor commits himn i to Cimit. inual if * wurk, he is eminently helju! Ilid we to introduce a yuang Grock mhuvlar to x rhon, we shoul esteein ourselves fortunate in having Prewr's text back as our chart and gu Je-lontemporary lauw. THE AXABASIS OF XENOPHON, by A. PRETOR, M.A.,

Text and Notes, complete in iwo Volumes. 75. 61. AGESILAUS OF XEXOPHON.

. The Text revised with Critical and Explanatory Notes, Introduction, Analysis, ar : Indices. Jiy II. IUSTONE, M.A., late Scholar of l'eterhouse, Cambridge, Editor of

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Edited by J. S. Reid, M.L. "The notes are excellent and scholarlike, adiplel for the upper forens of public schools, and likely to be us:ful even to more advanced students," inandiin. M. T. CICERONIS ORATIO PRO ARCHIA POETA.

Edited by J. S. REID, M.L. Revised Edition. "It is an admirable specimen of careful editing An Introducting tells tsererything wish to know about Archias, abue Cicero's connexion with tim, bit the cristhet! the genuineness of the speech. The text is well and carefully forinted The main are crrod scholar-like.... Volwy can master this little volume without feeling that he has vracias stcp in scholarship."— The Academy. M. T. CICERONIS PRO L. CORNELIO BALBO ORA

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P. ORATIO. Edited by J. S. REID, M.L. 35. 6.1. "Mr Reid is so well krawn to scholars as a commentation (icero that a new from scarcely nec ls any comenti in our letin of the wee hl". Jis is from mcrit to the values whir', he has a're aly fuistel... It will be "citt) of the notes Tiere cu!d be ni bwlier way of gaining an in 2!! into the c ****** Cicero's style and the Latinity of his son than by making a careful sou lyftin the aid or r Reil's comincn.ry... Reil's intimale kuurielze of the reste. scholarship enables him u detect and explain the shistersti 31 Pro leste uses of different authors and different funds... The *** are find Lyssane appendix on the true, and an ither un pvints of orthography; 20 excecut ialas Loranther to a cluxe."-Sutunlay R'rtito. M. T. CICERONIS PRO CN. PLAXCIO ORATIO.

Edited by 11. A. IIOLDES, LL.D., late llcard Master of Ipa.ch le "As a Wok for students this edition can have few rivals. It is en hel long an er "retro du cimn and a chronologicamente of the primipat esenta of the las cuern, wie se perdix, and in the nation in the foot wife way!', there in mouth of the greatest Ice volunc is nestly go 11, is in every way mendille *--7s 1.***

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M. T. CICERONIS IN Q. CAECILIUN DIVINATIO

ET IN C. VERREM ACTIO PRIMA. With Intnduction and Notes
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St John's College, Cambridge. 35.
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English Introduction and Notes. By W. E, HEITLAND. M.A., Fellow
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