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CLASSICS.

ELEMENTARY CLASSICS .

18mo, Eighteenpence each.

THIS SERIES FALLS INTO TWO CLASSES

(1) First Reading Books for Beginners, provided not only with Introductions and Notes, but with Vocabularies, and in some cases with Exercises based upon the Text.

(2) Stepping-stones to the study of particular authors, intended for more advanced students who are beginning to read such authors as Terence, Plato, the Attic Dramatists, and the harder parts of Cicero, Horace, Virgil, and Thucydides.

These are provided with Introductions and Notes, but no Vocabulary. The Publishers have been led to provide the more strictly Elementary Books with Vocabularies by the representations of many teachers, who hold that beginners do not understand the use of a Dictionary, and of others who, in the case of middle-class schools where the cost of books is a serious consideration, advocate the Vocabulary system on grounds of economy. It is hoped that the two parts of the Series, fitting into one another, may together fulfil all the requirements of Elementary and Preparatory Schools, and the Lower Forms of Public Schools. 10.6.89.

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The following Elementary Books, with Introductions, Notes, and Vocabularies, and in some cases with Exercises, are either ready or in preparation :

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Aeschylus.-PROMETHEUS VINCTUS. Edited by Rev. H.

M. STEPHENSON, M.A. Arrian.-SELECTIONS. Edited for the use of Schools, with

Introduction, Notes, Vocabulary, and Exercises, by John Bond,

M.A., and A. S. WALPOLE, M.A.
Aulus Gellius, Stories from. Being Selections and

Adaptations from the Noctes Atticae. Edited, for the use of
Lower Forms, by Rev. G. H. NALL, M.A., Assistant Master

in Westminster School. Cæsar.-THE HELVETIAN WAR. Being Selections from

Book I. of the “ De Bello Gallico.” Adapted for the use of
Beginners. With Notes, Exercises, and Vocabulary, by W.

WELCH, M.A., and C. G. DUFFIELD, M.A.
THE INVASION OF BRITAIN. Being Selections from Books

IV. and V. of the “ De Bello Gallico." Adapted for the use of
Beginners. With Notes, Vocabulary, and Exercises, by W.

WELCH, M.A., and C. G. DUFFIELD, M.A.
THE GALLIC WAR. BOOK I. Edited by A. S. WALPOLE,

M.A. THE GALLIC WAR. BOOKS II. AND III. Edited by the

Rev. W. G. RUTHERFORD, M.A., LL.D., Head-Master of West

minster. THE GALLIC WAR. BOOK IV. Edited by CLEMENT BRYANS,

M. A., Assistant-Master at Dulwich College. THE GALLIC WAR. SCENES FROM BOOKS V. AND VI.

Edited by C. COLBECK, M.A., Assistant Master at Harrow;

formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. THE GALLIC WAR. BOOKŠ V. AND VI. (separately).

the same Editor. Book V. ready. Book VI. in preparation. THE GALLIC WAR. BOOK VII. Edited by JOHN BOND,

M.A., and A. S. WALPOLE, M.A. Cicero.—DE SENECTUTE. Edited by E. S. SHUCKBURGH,

M.A., late Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
DE AMICITIA. By the same Editor.
STORIES OF ROMAN HISTORY. Adapted for the Use of

Beginners. With Notes, Vocabulary, and Fxercises, by the Rev.
G. E. JEANS, M. A., Fellow of Hertford Col Oxfor and

A. V. JONES, M.A. ; Assistant-Masters at Haileybury College. Eutropius.--Adapted for the Use of Beginners. With Notes,

Vocabulary, and Exercises, by WILLIAM WELCH, M.A., and C.
G. DUFFIELD, M.A., Assistant-Masters at Surrey County School,

Cranleigh.
Homer.-ILIAD. BOOK I. Edited by Rev. JOHN BOND, M.A.,

and A. S. WALPOLE, M.A.

By Homer.-ILIAD. BOOK XVIII. THE ARMS OF ACHILLES,

Edited by S. R. JAMES, M.A., Assistant-Master at Eton College. ODYSSEY. BOOK I. Edited by Rev. John BOND, M.A. and

A. S. WALPOLE, M.A. Horace.ODES. BOOKS I.-IV. Edited by T. E. PAGE, M.A.,

late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Assistant Master

at the Charterhouse. Each Is. 68. Latin Accidence and Exercises Arranged for Be

GINNERS. By WILLIAM WELCH, M.A., and C. G. DUFFIELD,

M.A., Assistant Masters at Surrey County School, Cranleigh. Livy.-BOOK I. Edited by H. M. STEPHENSON, M.A., late

Head Master of St. Peter's School, York. BOOKS XXI. and XXII. (separately), with Notes adapted from Mr. Capes' Edition, for the use of junior students, and with Vocabularies by J. E. MELHUISH, M.A., Assistant-Master in St. Paul's School.

[In preparation. THE HANNIBALIAN WAR. Being part of the XXI. AND

XXII. BOOKS OF LIVY, adapted for the use of beginners, by G. C. MACAULAY, M.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. THE SIEGE OF SYRACUSE. Being part of the XXIV. AND XXV. BOOKS OF LIVY, adapted for the use of beginners. With Notes, Vocabulary, and Exercises, by GEORGE RICHARDS,

M.A., and A. S. WALPOLE, M.A. LEGENDS OF EARLY ROME. Adapted for the use of begin

With Notes, Exercises, and Vocabulary, by HERBERT WILKINSON, M.A.

[In preparation. Lucian.--EXTRACTS FROM LUCIAN. Edited, with Notes,

Exercises, and Vocabulary, by Rev. JOHN BOND, M.A., and

A. S. WALPOLE, M.A. Nepos.-SELECTIONS ILLUSTRATIVE OF GREEK AND

ROMAN HISTORY. Edited for the use of beginners with

Notes, Vocabulary and Exercises, by G. S. FARNELL, M.A. Ovid.—SELECTIONS. Edited by E. S. SHUCKBURGH, M.A.

late Fellow and Assistant-Tutor of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. EASY SELECTIONS FROM OVID IN ELEGIAC VERSE.

Arranged for the use of Beginners with Notes, Vocabulary, and

Exercises, by HERBERT WILKINSON, M.A. STORIES FROM THE METAMORPHOSES. Edited for the

Use of Schools. With Notes, Exercises, and Vocabulary. By

J. BOND, M.A., and A. S. WALPOLE, M.A. Phædrus.-SELECT FABLES. Adapted for the Use of Be

ginners. With Notes, Exercises, and Vocabularies, by A. S.

WALPOLE, M.A. Thucydides.—THE RISE OF THE ATHENIAN EMPIRE. BOOK I. CC. LXXXIX. CXVII.

CXXVIII. CXXXVIII. Edited with Notes, Vocabulary and Exercises, by F. H. COLSON, M.A., Senior Classical Master at Bradford Grammar School ; Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.

ners,

AND

Virgil.-ÆNEID. BOOK I. Edited by A. S. WALPOLE, M.A. ÆNEID. BOOK II. Edited by T. E. PAGE, M.A., Assistant

Master at the Charterhouse. ÆNEID. BOOK III. Edited by T. E. PAGE, M.A. (In preparation. ÆNEID. BOOK IV. Edited by Rey. H. M. STEPHENSON,

M.A. ÆNEID. BOOK V. Edited by Rev. A. CALVERT, M.A.,

late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, ÆNEID. BOOK VI. Edited by T. E. PAGE, M.A. ÆNEID. BOOK VII. Edited by A. CALVEKT, M.A.

[In preparation. ÆNEID. BOOK IX. Edited by Rev. H. M. STEPHENSON,

M.A.
GEORGICS. BOOK I. Edited by T. E. PAGE, M.A,

[In preparation. SELECTIONS. Edited by E. S. SHUCKBURGH, M.A. Xenophon.-ANABASIS. BOOK I. Edited by A. S.

WALPOLE, M.A. ANABASIS. BOOK I. Chaps. I. -VIII. for the use of Beginners,

with Titles to the Sections, Notes, Vocabulary, and Exercises, by

E. A, WELLS, M.A., Assistant Master in Durham School. ANABASIS. BOOK II. Edited by A. $. WALPOLE, M.A. ANABASIS, SELECTIONS FROM. BOOK IV. THE RE

TREAT OF THE TEN THOUSAND. Edited, with Notes,
Vocabulary, and Exercises, by Rev. E. D. Srone, M.A., formerly

Assistant-Master at Eton.
SELECTIONS FROM THE CYROPÆDIA. Edited, with

Notes, Vocabulary, and Exercises, by A. H. Cooke, M.A., Fellow and Lecturer of King's College, Cambridge.

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The following more advanced Books, with Introductions and Notes, but no Vocabulary, are either ready, or in preparation: Cicero.-SELECT LETTERS. Edited by Rev. G. E, JEANS,

M.A., Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford, and Assistant Master

at Haileybury College. Euripides.-HECUBA. Edited by Rev. JOHN BOND, M.A.

and A. S. WALPOLE, M.A. Herodotus._SELECTIONS FROM BOOKS VII. AND VIII.

THE EXPEDITION OF XERXES. Edited by A. H. COOKE,

M.A., Fellow and Lecturer of King's College, Cambridge. Horace. SELECTIONS FROM THE SATIRES AND

EPISTLES. Edited by Rev. W. J. V. BAKER, M.A., Fellow of

St. John's College, Cambridge.
SELECT EPODES AND ARS POETICA. Edited by H. A.

DALTON, M.A., formerly Senior Student of Christchurch ; Assistant-
Master in Winchester College.

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