Excerpt from The Latin Reader, Vol. 1
It may be necessary here to state the reason for publishing a New York edition, when one has already been issued from the Boston press. It will 'be readily acknowledged, that if the assistance of notes is necessary to the learner in Germa... ny, where the advantages in classical instruction are incomparably greater than in our country, they are much more requisite to the American pupil. It has been the object of the editor, there fore, to supply this deficiency in the previous American edi tions. Most of the Notes have been translated from the Ger man others have been supplied, which the superior state of in struction on the Continent would render unnecessary there.
It is hoped that this little work may be found serviceable to those who use it, and contribute in some degree to the advance of sound elementary education.
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