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WHITE'S GRAMMAR-SCHOOL TEXTS,
WITH ENGLISH VOCABULARIES.
GREEK TEXTS:-FABLES from ÆSOP and St. MATTHEW'S and St. MYTHS from PALÆPHA
LUKE'S GOSPELS. TUS.
Price 25. 6d. each.
St. MARK'S and St. HOMER, Book I. of the
JOHN'S GOSPELS. Odyssey, is.
Price is. 6d. each.
APOSTLES. 25. 6d.
St. PAUL'S EPISTLE to Anabasis. Is. 6d. each.
the ROMANS. XENOPHON, Book II. of
the Anabasis. IS. Book VII. XENOPHON, Anabasis, price 25.
Book I. Text only, 3d. THE FOUR GOSPELS IN GREEK, with an English-Greek Lexicon. Square 32mo. 58.
LATIN TEXTS :CÆSAR, Books I. II. V. VI.
NEPOS, Miltiades, Cimon, of the Gallic War.
Pausanias, and Aristides. 9d. CÆSAR, Books III. IV. of the
OVID,es Selections from the Gallic War. gd. each.
I pusti and Fasti. CICERO, Cato Major. Is. 6d.
OVID, Select Myths from the
Metamorphoses. 9d. CICERO, Lælius.
PHÆDRUS, Select Fables.
PHÆDRUS, First & Second
Books of Fables, EUTROPIUS, Books III. SALLUST, Bellum Catilina
and IV. of Roman History. is. rium. IS. 6d. HORACE, Books I. II. IV. of VIRGIL, Fourth Book of the the Odes. IS, each.
VIRGIL, Books I. II. III. HORACE, Third Book of the
IV. V. VI. of the Æneid. Odes. IS. 6d.
Price Is. each. Books VII. HORACE, The Epodes and VIII. X. XI. and XIJ. Is. 6d Carmen Seculare.
LIVY, BOOKS XXII. & XXIII.
and a Vocabulary of Proper Names. 12mo. price 2s. 6d. each
FOR some long time past it has been widely felt that a reduction in the cost of Classical Works used in schools generally, and more especially in those intended for boys of the middle classes, is at once desirable and not difficult of accomplishment. For the most part only portions of authors are read in the earlier stages of education, and a pupil is taken from one work to another in each successive half-year or term ; so that a book needlessly large and proportionably expensive is laid aside after a short and but partial use.
In order, therefore, to meet what is certainly a want, Portions of the Classical Writers usually read in Schools are now being issued under the title of GRAMMAR SCHOOL TEXTS ; while, at the request of various Masters, it has been determined to add to the series some portions of the Greek Testament.
Each Text is provided with a VOCABULARY of the words occurring in it. In every instance—with the exception of Eutropius and Æsop—the origin of a word, when known, is stated at the commencement of the article treating of it, if connected with