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Excerpt from Caesar's Bellum Gallicum, (Books III. And IV.): Introductory Notices, Notes, Complete Vocabulary, and a Series of Exercises for Re-Translation, for the Use of Classes Reading for Departmental and University Examinations

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Excerpt from Caesar's Bellum Gallicum, (Books III. And IV.): Introductory Notices, Notes, Complete Vocabulary, and a Series of Exercises for Re-Translation, for the Use of Classes Reading for Departmental and University Examinations

The plan of this edition of Caesar's Gallic War, Books 111. And IV., does not differ in any respect from that of the last (third) edition of Books I. And II. The aim in both cases has been to make the scholar familiar with the text of Caesar, and for this pur pose copious notes have been given in all cases where a difficulty has appeared. Some teachers may doubt the advisability of giving copious notes to junior pupils. While a danger may arise, if no re-translation into Latin is exacted, the Editor believes that such danger is removed if a pupil is required to write carefully the exercises basedoon the text and given at the end of the book. N 0 student can write these exercises without having thoroughly mas tered the text. The notes, instead of being a hindrance, will aid him in his future study of Caesar or of any other Latin author. The progress of the pupil in classical study will be materially furthered by thus having a good foundation of Latin syntax laid before he begins the study of more difficult Latin authors.

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