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This book is prepared for the use of Freshmen in Harvard College by their instructors in Latin. The brief notes on the various selections, intended to help and stimulate the student in his private study, will be supplemented by general lectures and by the usual instruction of the class-room. The chapter on Logaoedic Verse and the notes to Ennius and Horace were written by Dr. M. H. MORGAN; the notes to Phaedrus, Martial, and Seneca, by Dr. A. A. HOWARD; to Ovid, by Dr. R. C. MANNING; and to Catullus and Tibullus, by Dr. M. W. MATHER.

CAMBRIDGE, October, 1897.


A. & G.

Allen and Greenough's Latin Grammar. CRUTTWELL History of Roman Literature. By C. T. Cruttwell. G.

Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar. HAYLEY Introduction to the Verse of Terence. By H. W Hayley. MACKAIL Latin Literature. By J. W. Mackail. SELLAR, E. P... Horace and the Elegiac Poets. By W. Y. Sellar. 3d edition. SELLAR, P. R. The Roman Poets of the Republic. By W. Y. Sellar. 2d edition. Smith, D. A. Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. 3d edition.

An asterisk signifies that a passage so marked is required to be

read by the student. When two or more passages are preceded by a brace, the student may choose between them.

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