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THE HERACLEIDÆ OF EURIPIDES, with Introduction and Critical Notes by E. A. Beck, M.A., Fellow of Trinity Hall.

[In the Press. LUCIANI SOMNIUM CHARON PISCATOR ET DE

LUCTU, with English Notes by W. E. HEITLAND, M.A., Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge. New Edition, with Appendix. 35. 6d.

11. LATIN. M. T. CICERONIS DE AMICITIA. Edited by J. S.

Reid, M.L., Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. Price 35. “Mr. Reid has decidedly attained his aim, namely, 'a thorough examination of the Latinity of the dialogue.' The revision of the text is most valuable, and comprehends sundry acute corrections. This volume, like Mr Reid's other editions, is a solid gain to the scholarship of the country."- A thenæum.

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VOLTAIRE. Chaps. XIV.-XXIV. With Three Maps of the Period, Notes Philological and Historical, Biographical and Geographical Indices, by G. MASSON, B.A. Univ. Gallic., Assistant Master of Harrow School, and G. W. PROTHERO, M.A., Fellow and Tutor of King's College, Cambridge.

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