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Hadley's Greek Grammar. Revised and in part rewritten by FREDERICK DE FOREST
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Greek Lessons. Prepared to accompany the grammar of Hadley and Allen. By
ROBERT P. KEEP, Ph. D, Principal of the Norwich (Connecticut) Free Academy.
Elementary Lessons in Greek Syntax, designed to accompany the reading of
Xenophon's Anabasis. By S. R. WINCHELL, A. M. Retail price, 65 cents.
Harkness's First Greek BookDesigned especially to accompany Allen-Hadley's
Greek Grammar, with references also to Goodwin's and Crosby's Greek Grammars.
Three Months' Preparation for Reading Xenophon. By JAMES MORRIS
Wurton, Ph. D., and Mary BARTLETT Whiton, A. B. Designed to accompany Allen-
Xenophon's Anabasis: with Explanatory Notes. By JAMES R. Boise, Ph. D.
(Tübingen), LL. D. 12mo. 393 pages. Retail price, $1.65.
The First Four Books of Xenophon's Anabasis : with Explanatory Notes with
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The First Three Books of Homer's Iliad, with Notes and References to Hadley
Allen's, Crosby's, and Goodwin's Greek Grammars. By HENRY CLARK Johnson.
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Selections from Herodotus: By HERMAN M. Johnson, D. D. Retail price, $1.25.
The Edipus Tyrannus of Sophocles; with English Notes. By Howard Crosby
D. D. Revised edition, with Notes to Hadley-Allen's and Goodwin's Greek Grammars. Retail price, $1.25.
The Greek Prepositions, Studied from their Original Meanings as Designations of
Space. By F. A. Adams, Ph. D. Retail price, 75 cents.
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