Preparatory Latin Prose-book: Containing All the Latin Prose Necessary for Entering College. With References to Harkness's, Bullions & Morris's, and Andrews & Stoddard's Latin Grammars, Notes Critical and Explanatory, a Vocabulary, and a Geographical and Historical Index
Woolworth, Ainsworth & Company, 1868 - 881 ページ
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809 ページ - ... est igitur haec, iudices, non scripta, sed nata lex, quam non didicimus, accepimus, legimus, verum ex natura ipsa arripuimus, hausimus, expressimus, ad quam non docti, sed facti, non instituti, sed imbuti sumus...
877 ページ - Mechanical Drawing. A Textbook of Geometrical Drawing for the use of Mechanics and Schools, in which the Definitions and Rules of Geometry are familiarly explained ; the Practical Problems are arranged from the most simple to the more complex, and in their description technicalities are avoided as much as possible. With illustrations for Drawing Plans, Sections, and Elevations of Railways and Machinery...
176 ページ - Caesar beneficiis ac munificentia magnus habebatur, integritate vitae Cato. Ille mansuetudine et misericordia clarus factus, huic severitas dignitatem addiderat. Caesar dando, sublevando, ignoscendo, Cato nihil largiundo gloriam adeptus est.
877 ページ - Text-Book of Geometrical Drawing for the use of Mechanics and Schools, in which the Definitions and Rules of Geometry are familiarly explained; the Practical Problems are arranged from the most simple to the more complex, and in their description technicalities are avoided as much as possible. With illustrations for Drawing Plans, Sections, and Elevations of Railways and Machinery: an Introduction to Isometrical Drawing, and an Essay on Linear Perspective and Shadows.
471 ページ - O Jupiter ! by the direction of thy auspices, I, here on the Palatine Hill, laid the first foundation of my city. The Sabines are already in possession of our Citadel, which they obtained by fraud, from thence they now make their way hither in arms, and have passed the middle of the valley, but do thou, O father of gods and men ! from hence, at least, repel the enemy, remove dismay from the minds of the Romans, and stop their shameful flight. I vow a temple here to thee, Jupiter Stator, as a testimony...
387 ページ - A testudo was formed (testudinem faceré) either in battle, to ward off the arrows and other missiles of the enemy, or which was more frequently the case, to form a protection to the soldiers when they advanced to the walls or gates of a town, for the purpose of attacking them. Sometimes the shields were so arranged as to make the testudo slope.
565 ページ - In the time of Cicero it was usual for a general, or a governor of a province, to report to the treasury the names of those under his command who had done good service to the state: those who were included in such report were said in beneftciis ad aerarium deferri.
297 ページ - Equo Troiano' creterrarum tria milia aut armatura varia peditatus et equitatus in aliqua pugna ? quae popularem admirationem habuerunt, delectationem tibi nullam attulis3 sent.
543 ページ - Quidam expressing quantitative indefiniteness, in the sense of nonnulli, aliquot, occurs more rarely. We must here observe that quidam, when joined to substantives and adjectives, is very often used merely to soften the expression, when the speaker feels that he has made use of too strong an expression, especially when he means to suggest that the word he has used, should not be taken in its literal, but in a figurative sense. The best Latin writers, and more particularly Cicero, are very scrupulous...