A Select Catalogue of BOOKS ON EDUCATION,



Messrs. LONGMAN & Co. have just published the following
A Grammar of the Latin Language.
By C. G. ZUMPT, Ph. D. Professor in the University of Berlin. Translated from the
9th Edition, and adapted for the use of English students, by LEONHARD SCHMI12,

Ph, D. ; with the co-operation of Professor ZUMPT. 8vo. 148. cloth. “ Thus, beyond all question, is the work of Dr. Schmitz henceforward the authorized version of Zumpt's Latin Grammar; a book which well deserves its great celebrity, and the high esteem in which it is held by the best scholars."--EXAMINER. Prof. Zumpt's School Latin Grammar. Translated, and adapted for English Schools, by Dr. Schmitz, with the co operation of Professor ZUMPT. 12mo.

[In the press. Also, preparing for publication, Prof. Zumpt's Latin Exercises.

Exercises to his Grammar of the Latin Language, by Professor Zumpt. 12mo.
A Copious English-Latin Lexicon.
Compiled from the best Sources. By the Rev. J. E. RIDDLE, M.A. Author of "A

Complete Latin-English Dictionary," &c. &c., and the Rev. T. KERCHEVER
ARNOLD, M.A. Rector of Lyndon, and late Fellow of Trinity Coll. Cambridge.

[In the press. A Speaker for the use of Schools. Selected from Classical Greek, Latin, Italian, French, and English Writers-Demos

thenes, Thucydides, Homer, Sophocles, Cicero, Livy, Virgil, Lucretius, Shakspeare, Milton, Burke, Bacon, &c. By the Rev.W. SEWELL, B.D., of Exeter College, Oxford.

[In the press New Class-Book for Ladies' Schools. The Modern Poetical Reader and Speaker. Selected principally from the best Modern Poets, by especial Permission of the Authors. By Mrs. Pallíser. 12mo.

(In the press. Mrs. Marcet's New Spelling Book. The Mother's First Book; containing Reading made Easy; and the Spelling Book,

in Two Parts. By Mrs. MARCET, Author of “ Mary's Grammar," “ Conversations

on Language," &c. &c. 2d Edition, 12mo. with woodcuts, ls. 6d. A New Grammar for Boys, by Mrs. Marcet. Willy's Grammar: interspersed with Stories, and intended for the use of Young Boys.

By Mrs. MARCET, Author of " Mary's Grammar," “ The Game of Grammar," &c.

2d Edition, 18mo. 2s. 6d. “A most useful little book, substantially the same as Mary's Grammar, but adapted to Boys, instead of Girls. The principle of this work is that on which we believe all successful teaching must rest."--SPECTATOR. The Rev. J. Pycroft's Greek Grammar Practice, and Latin Grammar Practice.

[Vide pp. 2 and 4. *. Parents desirous of grounding their sons for the public schools will find these works highly valuable. They have the approbation of some of the first scholars and instructors. The Rev. J. E. Riddle, author of the Latin Dictionary, has testified to their value to junior classes, to those who would teach themselves, and all who would make progress in a sound acquaintance with Greek and Latin Grammar. With these books, any well-educated lady might teach Latin to herself and her son with more ease than French or Italian in the common way. Words and phrases are taught at the same time as rules and inflections.



Kühner's Elementary Greek Grammar.
An Elementary Grammar of the Greek Language. By Dr. Raphael Kühner,
Co-Rector of the Lyceum at Hanover. Translated by J. H. Millard, St. John's
College, Cambridge; late Second Classical Master at Mill Hill Grammar School.

8vo. 9s. cloth. " It affords me much pleasure to be able to assure you that your translation may be regarded as a pattern of accuracy and care. I perceive with great satisfaction, from your Preface, that you have thoroughly entered into the ideas which have guided me in the preparation of my grammatical works, that you have rightly estimated them, and have exhibited them in a clear light."

EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM DR. KÜHNER TO TSE TRANSLATOR. Brasse's Greek Gradus. A Greek Gradus ; or, a Greek, Latin, and English Prosodial Lexicon: containing

the Interpretation, in Latin and English, of all words which occur in the Greek Poets, from the Earliest Period to the time of Ptolemy Philadelphus : with the Quantity of the Syllables verified by Authorities; and combining the advantages of a Lexicon of the Greek Poets and a Greek Gradas. For the use of Schools and Colleges. By the late Rev. Dr. BRASSE. To which is added, a Synopsis of the Greek Metres, by the Rev. J. R. Major, D.D. Head Master of King's College School, London. 2d Edition, revised and corrected by the Rev. F. E. J. Valpy,

M.A. formeriy Head Master of Reading School. 8vo. 158. cloth. Giles's Greek and English Lexicon. A Lexicon of the Greek Language, for the use of Colleges and Schools ; containing

-1. A Greek-English Lexicon, combining, the advantages of an Alphabetical and Derivative Arrangement; 2. An English-Greek Lexicon, more copious than any that has ever yet appeared. To which is prefixed, a concise Grammar of the Greek Language. By the Rev. J. A. GILES, LL.D. late Fellow of C.C. College, Oxon. 2d Edit. with corrections, 1 thick vol. 8vo. 21s. cloth.

*** The English-Greek Lexicon, separately. 75. 64. cloth. “ In two points it excels every other Lexicon of the kind; namely, in the English-Greek part, and in the Classification of Greek Derivatives under their primitives.”-MOODY'S Eros GREEK GRAMMAR. Pycroft's Greek Grammar Practice. In Three Parts: 1. Lessons in Vocabulary, Nouns, Adjectives, and Verbs in Grammatical order; 2. Greek, made out of each column for translation; 3. English of the same for retranslation. By the Rev. JAMES PYCROFT, B.A. Trinity College, Oxford ; Author of "A Course of English Reading," &e.

12mo. 38.6d, cloth. “The plan is excellent, and will tend greatly to facilitate the acquisition of the two languages. By diligent practice in these lessons and vocabularies, the pupil becomes progressively master of all the difficulties that obstruct his early progress, and gradually attains to a well-grounded knowledge, and consequent relish, of the beauties of the Greek and Latin idioms." -John BULL.

Moody's Eton Greek Grammar in English.
The New Eton Greek Grammar; with the Marks of Accent, and the Quantity of

the Penult: containing the Eton Greek Grammar in English ; the Syntax and Prosody as used at Eton ; also, the Analogy between the Greek and Latin Languages; Introductory Exercises and Lessons: with numerous Additions to the text. The whole being accompanied by Practical and Philosophical Notes. By CLEMENT MOODY, A.M. of Magdalene Hall. Oxford ; and Editor of the Eton

Latin Grammar in English. 2d Edition, carefully revised, &c. 12mo. As. cloth. Valpy's Greek Grammar. The Elements of Greek Grammar: with Notes. By R. VALPY, D.D. late Master of Reading School. New Edition, 8vo. 6d. boards; bound, 7s.6d

Valpy's Greek Delectus, and Key.
Delectus Sententiarum Græcarum, ad usum Tironum accommodatus: cum

Notulis et Lexico. Auctore R. VALPY, D.D. Editio Nova, eademque aucta et

emendata, 12mo 48. cloth. Key to the above, being a Literal Translation into English, 12mo. 2s.6d. sewed. Valpy's Second Greek Delectus. Second Greek Delectus; or, New Analecta Minora: intended to be read in Schools

between Dr. Valpy's Greek Delectus and the Third Greek Delectus: with
English Notes, and a copious Greek and English Lexicon. By the Rev.
F. E. J. VALPY, M.A. formerly Head Master of Reading School. 3d Edition,
8vo. 9s. 6d. bound.

The Extracts are taken from the following Writers :-
Hierocles Alian


The Septuagint Æschylus

Palæphatus St. Matthew Aristophanes Bion ; Moschus

Erycius of Cyzicum
Polyænus Euripides


Archytas. Valpy's Third Greek Delectus. The Third Greek Delectus; or, New Analecta Majora : with English Notes. In Two Parts. By the Rev. F. E. J. VALPY, M.A. formerly Head Master of Reading School. 8vo 15s. 6d. bound.

*,* The Parts may be had separately. PART 1. PROSE. 8vo. 8s. 6d. bound. - PART 2. POETRY. 8vo. 9s. 6d. bound. Valpy's Greek Exercises, and Key. Greek Exercises; being an Introduction to Greek Composition, leading the

student from the Elements of Grammar to the higher parts of Syntax, and referring the Greek of the words to a Lexicon at the end: with Speciinens of the Greek Dialects, and the Critical Canons of Dawes and Porson. Ith Edition, with many Additions and Corrections. By the Rev. F. E. J. VALPY, M.A.

formerly Head Master of Reading School. i2mo. 6s. 6d. cloth. KEY, 12mo. 3s. 6d. sewed. Neilson's Greek Exercises, and Key. Greek Exercises, in Syntax, Ellipsis, Dialects, Prosody, and Metaphrasis. To which is prefixed, a concise but comprehensive Syntax; with Observations on some Idioms of the Greek Language. By the Rev. W. Neilson, D.D. New Edition, 8vo. 58. boards.-KEY, 3s. boards.

Howard's Introductory Greek Exercises, and Key.

Introductory Greek Exercises to those of Huntingford, Dunbar, Neilson, and

others; arranged under Models, to assist the learner: with Exercises on the different Tenses of Verbs, extracted from the Table or Picture of Cebes. By NATHANIEL HOWARD. New Edition, with considerable improvements, 12mo.

58. 6d. cloth.--Key, 12mo. 2s. 6d. cloth. Dr. Major's Greek Vocabulary. Greek Vocabulary; or, Exercises on the Declinable Parts of Speech. By the

Rev. J. R. MAJOR, D.D. Head Master of the King's College School, London.

2d Edition, corrected and enlarged, 12mo. 2s.6d.cloth. Evans's Greek Copy-Book. Spadeus Aovas; sive, Calamus Scriptorius: Copies for Writing Greek in Schools. By A. B. EVANS, D.D Head Master of Market-Bosworth Free

Grammar School. 2d Edition, 4to. 5s. cloth. The use of one Copy-Book is sufficient for securing a firm and clear Greek hand.

Dr. Major's Guide to the Greek Tragedians.

A Guide to the Reading of the Greek Tragedians; being a series of articles on the

Greek Drama, Greek Metres, and Canons of Criticism. Collected and arranged by the Rev. J.R. MAJOR, D.D. Head Master of King's College School, London. 2d Edition, enlarged, 8vo. 9s. cloth.

Hoogeveen on the Greek

The Rev. J. Seager's Translations. Bos on the Greek Ellipsis. Maittaire on the Greek

Professor Scheffer's Edition, with Dialects. From the Edition of Notes. Svo.9s. 6d. boards.

Sturzius. Svo. 89s. 6d. boards. Hermann's Elements of Viger on the Greek the Doctrine of Metres. 8vo 8s. 6d.

Idioms. Abridged and translated boards.

into English, from Professor Hermann's last Edition, with Original

Notes. 2d Edition, with Additions Particles. 8vo. 7s.6d. boards.

and Corrections, 8vo. Is. 6d. boards. ... The above Five Works may be had in 2 vols. 8vo. £2. 2s. cloth. Dr. Smith's Classical Student's Manual. The Classical Student's Manual ; containing an Index to every Page, Section,

and Note, in Matthiæ's Greek Grammar-Hermann's Annotations to Viger on Idioms-Bos on Ellipses-Hoogeveen on the Particles-and Kuster on the Middle Verb ; in which Thucydides, Herodotus, Æschylus, Sophocles, Pindar, Homer's Iliad, Xenophon's Anabasis, and the four Plays of Euripides, edited by Professor Parson, are illustrated with Philological and Explanatorý Observations by the Rev. W. COLLIER SMITHERS, A.M. Ph.D. (oi Queen's College, Oxford), Principal of a School

at Greenwich. Intended for Students in the Universities, and the Higher Classes in Schools. 3d Edition, sro. 10s. 6d. cloth.

LATIN WORKS, DICTIONARIES,IGRAMMARS, ETC. Arnold and Riddle's English-Latin Lexicon.

(Vide page 1. Mr. Riddle and Mr. Arnold having found that each has been engaged for a same sources, have resolved to publish a joint work, the result of a comparison nearly equal space of time in compiling an English-Latin Dictionary from the and revision of their respective labours. Riddle's Latin Dictionary. A Complete Latin-English and English-Latin Dictionary; compiled from the

best sources, chiefly German. By the Rev. J. E. RIDDLE, M.A. of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. 1th Edition, corrected and enlarged, 8vo. 31s. 6d. cloth. Separately {

The English-Latin Dictionariy, 10s. 6d. cloth.

The Latin-English Dictionary, £1. ls. cloth.
Riddle's Young Scholar's Latin Dictionary.
The Young Scholar's Latin-English and English-Latin Dictionary; being an

A bridgment of the above. 4th Edition, corrected and enlarged, square 12mo.
123. bound.
Separately { The Eatin

: English Dictionary, 5s. Ed. bound.

-Latin 7s. “ From the time that a boy at school commences translation of the simplest kind, derivations should be attended to; and we consider Mr. Riddle's an invalu. able book, when compared with other Dictionaries, merely on the ground of its large stock of derivations. In the monotony of early instruction these are, perhaps, the very first things that awaken curiosity and interest; a momentary escape and respite, if only apparent, from the maiter in hand, is that for which boys are continually craving, and this may be more advantageously indulged by frequent reference to kindred English

words, in which they feel themselves at home, than in any other manner."-CHURCH OF ENGLAND QUARTERLY REVIEW. Riddle's Diamond Latin-English Dictionary. A Diamond Latin-English Dictionary. A Guide to the Meaning, Quality, and

right Accentuation of Latin Classical Words. By the Rev.J. E. RIDDLE, M.A.

Royal 32mo. 4s. bound.
Zumpt's Latin Grammars and Exercises

(Authorised editions). Translated, and adapted for English Students, by Dr. SCHMITZ, with the co-operation of Professor ZUMPT.

(Vide pugel.

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