Excerpt from Caesar's Bellum Britannicum: With Introductory Notices, Notes and Complete Vocabulary, for the Use of Intermediate and University Classes
As this Edition is intended for the use of Candidates pre paring for University Pass Matriculation and the High School Interm... ediate Examination, the notes have been made concise. While the Editor has avoided giving too much aid, he has constantly aimed at showing how a passage should be construed, and made a reference to the Grammar of Mr. Harkness whenever any difficulty presented itself. At the suggestion of some friends, it has been thought ad visable to add references to the Grammar of Messrs. Allen Greenough, which, though comparatively unknown in Canada, possesses many valuable features as a School book. The Editor is indebted to Smith's Dictionaries, and to such works as Browne's Roman Literature and Crutwell's Roman Literature, for the matter in the Introduction. To Peile's Greek and Latin Etymology he is under obligations for.
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