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New Latin Grammar. by Charles E. Bennett

New Latin Grammar. by Charles E. Bennett

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NEW
LATIN
GRAMMAR
BY
CHARLES
E.
BENNETT
Late
Goldwin
Smith
Professor
of
Latin
in
Cornell
University
Quicquid
praecipies,
esto
brevis,
ut
cito
dicta
*
Percipiant
animi
dociles
teneantque
fideles
Omne
supemacuum
plena
de
pectore
manat.
Horace,
Ars
Poetica.
ALLYN
AND
BACON
BOSTON
NEW
YORK
CHICAG6
ATLANTA
SANFRANCISCO
 
First
edition
printed
February,
1895.
Reprinted
April
and
September,
1895
>
April,
1896;
Jnly,
1897;
April,
1898;
May
and
September,
1899;April
and
November,
1900;
October,
1901;
March,
1902;
April
and
November,
1903;
July,
1904;
April,
1905;
April
and
November,
1906.
Revised
edition
printed
March,
1908.
Reprinted
April
and
October,igog;
May,
19Oj
March,
191
1
;
March,
1912;
March,
1913;
April,
1914;
March,
1915;
March,
1916;
March,
1917.
Third
edition
printed
June,
1918.
Reprinted
March
and
December,
1919;
September,
1920;June,1921;
June,
1922;
March
and
July,
1923;
October,1923;
January
and
July,
1924;
April,
August
and
October,1925;
October,
1926;
March,
1927.
::OPYRIGHT,
1895;
1908;
1918.
*BY
CHARLKS
E.
BENNETT.
 
PREFACE.
The
present
work
is
a
revisionof
that
published
in
1908.
No
radical
alterations
havebeen
introduced,
although
a
number
of
minor
changes
will
be
noted.
I
have
added
an
Introduction
on
the
origin
and
development
of
the
Latin
language,
which
it
is
hoped
will
prove
interesting
and
in-
structive
to
the
more
ambitious
pupil.
At
the
end
of
the
book
will
be
foundan
Index
to
the
Sources
of
the
Illustra-
tive
Examples
cited
in
theSyntax.
C.
E.
B.
Ithaca,
New
York,
May
4,
1918.
PREFACE
TO
THE
SECOND
EDITION.
The
present
book
is
a
revision
of
my
Latin
Grammar
originally
published
in
1895.
Wherever
greater
accuracy
or
precision
of
statement
seemed
possible,
I
have
endeavored
to
secure
this.
The
rules
for
syllable
division
have
been
changed
and
made
to
conform
to
the
prevaiUng
practiceof
the
Romans
themselves.
In
the
Perfect
Subjunctive
Active,
the
endings
-is,
-Imus,
-itis
are
now
marked
long.
The
theory
of
vowel
lengthbeforethe
suffixes
-gnus,
-gna,
-gnum,
and
also
before
j,
has
been
discarded.
In
the
Syntax
I
have
recognized
a
special
category
of
Ablative
of
Association,
and
have
abandoned
the
original
doctrine
as
to
the
force
of
tenses
in
the
Prohibitive.
Apart
from
the
foregoing,
only
minor
and
unessential
modifications
havebeen
introduced.
In
its
main
lines
the
work
remains
unchanged.
Ithaca,
Nkw
York,
October
i6,
1907.

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