A vocabulary, English and Greek ... for the use of schools

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Page 99 - ... one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty thirty forty fifty sixty seventy eighty ninety one hundred two hundred three hundred four hundred five hundred...
Page xii - Howard's Latin Exercises extended. Latin Exercises Extended ; or, a Series of Latin Exercises, selected from the best Roman Writers, and adapted to the Rules of Syntax, particularly in the Eton Grammar. To which are added, English Examples to be translated into Latin, immediately under the same rule. Arranged under Models. By NATHANIEL HOWARD "New Edition, 12mo.
Page 2 - SKETCH OF MODERN AND ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY, for the use of Schools. By SAMUEL BUTLER, DD late Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry; and formerly Head Master of Shrewsbury School.
Page 2 - A Praxis on the Latin Prepositions : being an attempt to illustrate their Origin, Signification- and Government, in the way of Exercise. By the late Bishop BUTLER.
Page 1 - English Dictionaries ; being an Etymological and Explanatory Vocabulary of Words derived from the Greek.
Page 2 - ATLAS of ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY, consisting of 21 Coloured Maps with a complete accentuated Index. 12s. half-bound. GENERAL ATLAS of ANCIENT and MODERN GEOGRAPHY, 43 Coloured Maps, and two Indexes. 11. 4s. half-bound.
Page 34 - ... the pericarpium or seed-vessel, the seed or fruit, and the receptaculum receptacle or base. The calyx is that outer part of the flower, formed of one or more greenish leaves, sustaining the corolla at the bottom. The stamina or chives are composed of two parts, one long and thin, by which they are...
Page 35 - ALL the known vegetable productions, upon the surface of the globe, have been reduced by naturalists to Classes, Orders, Genera, Species, and Varieties. The classes are composed of orders ; the orders of genera ; the genera of species; and the species of varieties. We may attain a clearer idea of them, by comparing them with the general divisions of the inhabitants of the earth. Vegetables resemble Man ; Classes, nations of men ; Orders, tribes, or divisions of nations ; Genera, the families that...
Page xii - Revised and arranged systematically, to advance the learner in scientific as well as verbal knowledge. By N.
Page 34 - The stamina or chives are composed of two parts, one long and thin, by which they are fastened to the bottom of the corolla, called the filament ; the other thicker, placed at the top of the filament, called anthera or anther, a kind of box which opens when ripe, and throws out a small yellow dust, called pollen or farina.

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