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THE LATIN READER: from the 5th German Edition. By FREDERIC JACOBS, Professor of Ancient Literature at Gotha; Editor of the Greek Anthology, the Greek Reader, &c. &c. 3«. bound.

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3. The ETON LATIN GRAMMAR, with the Addition of many

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6. SYNTACTICAL EXAMINATION; or Questions and Examples adapted to the Syntax of the Latin Grammar. 2nd Edit. It. bound.

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