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As this book is designed for a kind of introduction to fabulous history, the notes give a more full account of the subjects connected with the matter immediately under consideration, than might otherwise seem expedient. And this is the more necessary from the circumstance, that boys are not usually intrusted with a Classical Dictionary at so early an age as this book will probably be given to them. For this reason very little reference has been made to Lempriere.
The Questions are designed to direct the student's attention to the subjects of the notes, as well as to those of the text; for a knowledge of the characters here introduced will greatly facilitate a proper understanding of all subsequent studies in Latin and Greek. The text is Burmann's. The selection from the Metamorphoses is the same with that published in England by Mr. Bradley, with some slight expurgation. The remaining portion was selected and expurgated for the occasion.
In preparing thtë ndtes, the editions of Burmann, Schrevelius, Minellius, Banier,:ard :the Delphin edition, have been consulted ; and the notes of Mr. Bradley have been used, whereveř they conformed to the plan of this work.
B. A. GOULD. Boston, April, 1827.
1 4 6 9 13 15 16 18
22 32 33
35 38 40
51 LIBER V.
PAĠ. Phineus et Socii in Saxa mutati
58 Proserpina a Plutone rapta
64 LIBER VI. Niobe in Statuam mutata
71 Tereus, Procne, Philomela in Aves mutati
76 LIBER VII. Jason et Medea
78 Formicæ in Homines mutatæ
82 LIBER VIII. Icari Mors
86 Philemon et Baucis
89 LIBER IX. Herculis Mors
92 LIBER X. Orpheus et Eurydice
96 Hyacinthus in Florem mutatus
99 LIBER:XI: Midas
101 Ceyx et Halcyone in Aves mutati:
104 LTBER XIJ. Famæ Domus
113 LIBER XIII. Certamen inter Ajacem et Ulyssem de Achillis Armis 115 Hecuba in Canem mutata
127 Memnonis Cineres in Aves mutati
133 LIBER XIV. Æneas et Reges Albani
135 LIBER XV. Pythagoræ Sermo
141 is Cæsar in Cometen mutatus
31, after fumo erase the comma
4, for paten read patent 122, 32, « nterimo" Interimo 125, 32, erba
24, for erris read nervis
4, Metonomy read Metonymy 66 261,
19, expediton “ expedition