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28. RICH'S ILLUSTRATED COMPANION to the LATIN DIC.

TIONARY and GREEK LEXICON: Forming a Glossary of all the Words representing. Visible Objects connected with the Arts, Manufactures, and Every day Life of the Ancients. With 2,000 Woodcuts from the Antique. Post 8vo. 218.

29. A COMPLETE LATIN-ENGLISH and ENGLISH-LATIN

DICTIONARY. By the Rev. J. E. RIDDLE, M. A. of St. Edmund
Hall, Oxford. New Edition. 8vo. 21s.
Separately { The English-Latin Dictionary, 7s.

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30. RIDDLE'S YOUNG SCHOLAR'S LATIN-ENGLISH and ENGLISH-LATIN DICTIONARY. New Edition. Square 12.no. 128. Separately { The Eatinsk-nglish Dictionary, 7s.

Latin 6d.

31. RIDDLE'S COPIOUS and CRITICAL LATIN-ENGLISH

LEXICON, founded on the 'German-Latin Dictionaries of Dr. W. Freund. Second Edition410. 31s. 6d.

32. RIDDLE and ARNOLD'S COPIOUS and CRITICAL ENGLISH-LATIN

LEXICON; founded on the German-Latin Dictionary of Dr. CHARLES ERNEST GEORGES. New Edition. 8vo. 258.

33. RIDDLE and ARNOLD'S ENGLISH-LATIN DIC.

TIONARY, for the use of Schools: Being an Abridg:nent of the above Lexicon, by the Rev. J. C. EBDEN. Square post 8vo. 10s. 6d.

34.

ZUMPT'S LARGER GRAMMAR of the LATIN LAN.

GUAGE. Translated and adapted for the use of English Students by Dr. L. SCHMITZ, F. R. S. E., with Additions and Corrections by the

Author and Translator. Fourth Edition. 8vo. 14s. There are a few points in which the misguided by one and the same work present edition (the Fourth) has decided being referred to in two or more difadvantages over its German and English ferent ways. 4. A copious Inder has predecessors. 1. The quantity of syl- been added of all the passages of Latin lables has been more extensively and authors referred to and explained in the systematically marked.

2. A great

Grammar : An addition which it is number of references to Latin authors, hoped will greatly contribute to enwherever they are of any importance, hance the usefulness of the work, as by have been made more definite by men- its means the whole of the definitions tioning the exact passages in which the and rules may be used as a grammatical quotations occur. 3. Certain irregu- commentary on all the Roman writers larities in the references have been cited and exemplified in Zumpt's Larger corrected, to prevent the student being Latin Grammar.

35, ZUMPT'S SCHOOL GRAMMAR of the LATIN LAN

GUAGE. Translated and adapted for use in English Schools, with the Author's sanction and co-operation, by Dr. L. SCHMITZ, F. R. S. E. New Edition. 12mo. 4s.

London: LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, LONGMANS, & ROBERTS.

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