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CAREY, LEA & BLANCHARD,
By Henry Nelson Coleridge. “We have been highly pleased with this little volume. This work supplies a want which we have often painfully felt, and affords a manual which we should gladly see placed in the hands of every embryo under-graduate. We look forward to the next portion of this work with very eager and impatient expectation.”- British Critic.
“Mr. Coleridge's work not only deserves the praise of clear, eloquent and scholar-like exposition of the preliminary matter, which is necessary in order to understand and enter into the character of the great Poet of antiquity; but it has likewise the more rare merit of being admirably adapted for its acknowledged purpose. It is written in that fresh and ardent spirit, which to the congenial mind of youth, will convey instruction in the most effective manner, by awakening the desire of it; and by enlisting the lively and buoyant feelings in the cause of useful and improving study; while, by its pregnant brevity, it is more likely to stimulate than to supersede more profound and extensive research. Ifthen, as it is avowedly intended for the use of the younger readers of Homer, and, as it is impossible not to discover, with a more particular view to the great school to which the author owes his education, we shall be much mistaken if it does not become as popular as it will be useful in that celebrated establishment.”—Quarterly Review.
“We sincerely hope that Mr. Coleridge will favor us with a continuation of his work, which he promises.”—Gent. Mag.
“The Authợr of this elegant volume has collected a vast mass of val uable information. To the higher classes of the public schools, and young men of universites, this volume will be especially valuable; as it will afford an agreeable relief of light reading to more grave studies, at once instructive and entertaining."—Wesleyan Methodist Magazine.
ATLAS OF ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY, Consisting of 21 Colored Maps, with a complete Accentuated Index. By SAMUEL BUTLER, D. D. F. R. S. &c Archdeacon of Derby: a New Edition.
BY SAMUEL BUTLER, D.D. F.R.S. &c. &c.
ARCHDEACON OF DERBY,
THIRD AMERICAN, FROM THE NINTH LONDON EDITION,
WITH QUESTIONS ON THE MAPS,
BY JOHN FROST.