Connected Passages For Latin Prose Writing; With Full Introductory Notes On Idiom by Maurice Whittemore MatherConnected Passages For Latin Prose Writing; With Full Introductory Notes On Idiom by Maurice Whittemore Mather

Connected Passages For Latin Prose Writing; With Full Introductory Notes On Idiom

byMaurice Whittemore Mather

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...accomplished. Nowd, Pompey's good fortune was so remarkable that even the elements" seemed always to obey his will87, and Cicero did not hesitate 202to assert that no man had ever ventured to pray the immortal gods for so great blessings as they had bestowed on Pompey. " = Roman people (§ 300). bOmit. 'Comparative of longe. d Autem (§ 270). e = winds and tempests. CHAPTER 17 66. "Even 2'5if Pompey were not already in that region," said" Cicero, "he bwould, nevertheless, deserve to be appointed at once to take charge of a war so important." There were, however, distinguished and patriotic men at Rome I82who did not agree with "To introduce a direct quotation, use inquit, and for its position, cf. § 291, note. bUse the pass, periphrastic (§ 166), and for mood, cf. § 216. this view of Cicero, cnot because they wished to deny that Pompey possessed in the highest degree all the qualities' of a commander, but because they believed that it was not.for the interest of the state83 for so much power to be bestowed upon one man. But it must be granted that, 230if such arguments had prevailed the year before6 when the bill was proposed concerning the appointment of Pompey as commander-in-chief against the pirates, the Romans undoubtedlyf would not have finished that war Eso soon. cWhen a cause is given as not effective, the subjunctive is used. d Text 29. ePrior. fSine dubio. Text 34. CHAPTER 18 67. "5If the Roman people89 had been persuaded by the arguments of Catulus and Hortensius when they talked against the proposition of Gabinius, it would have been deprived of the assistance101 rendered" by Pompey's great bmilitary knowledge and experience. Had this happened, perhaps the pirates would have remained unconquered, and the...
Title:Connected Passages For Latin Prose Writing; With Full Introductory Notes On IdiomFormat:PaperbackDimensions:66 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.14 inPublished:July 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217195326

ISBN - 13:9780217195324

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