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Excerpt from Vergil's Aeneid, Book I: With Introductory Notices, Notes and Complete Vocabulary, for the Use of Classes Reading for Second Class Certificates and for University Matriculation

The present edition is designed to meet the wants of students reading for Second Class Certificates and University Pass Matriculation. The notes have been purposely made copious and full. \vhen it is remem bered that Vergil is usually put into the hands of a school boy at a very early period of the course, and that the Aeneid is really a difficult book for a junior pupil, no apology need be offered for the assistance given in this edition. The object of the notes is principally to explain the grammatical difficulties that occur. The latest edition of Harkness's Latin Grammar (standard Edition of 1881) is referred to. In regard to Orthography, though some forms not usually met with in ordinary editions have been introduced, the readings of Ribbeck have not, as a Whole, been adopted. The pupil would be puzzled if we were to read e.g. Omnis (acc. P1.) in one line, and omnes in the next, for the same case. The letter j throughout has also been retained. Pupils will never learn to appreciate Vergil, if teachers bother them with nice questions of Latin orthography, which, in many cases, are still in dispute.

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