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CLASSIC VERSIONS OF ENGLISH BOOKS AND LATIN HYMNS.
The following works are, as the heading indicates, classic renderings of English Books. For scholars, and particularly for writers of Latin Verse, the series has a special value. The Hymni Ecclesiæ are here inserted, as partly falling under the same class.
Church (A. J., A.M.) — HORÆ TENNYSONIANÆ. sive Eclogae e Tennysono. Latine redditæ. Cura A. J. Church, A.M. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6s.
Latin versions of Selections from Tennyson. Among the authors are the Editor, the late Professor Conington, Professor Seeley, Dr. Hessey, Mr. Kebbel, and other gentlemen.
Latham. — SERTUM SHAKSPERIANUM, Subnexis aliquot aliunde excerptis floribus. Latine reddidit Rev. H. Latham, M.A. Extra fcap. 8vo. 5s.
Besides versions of Shakespeare this volume contains, among other pieces, Gray's “Elegy,” Campbell's “Hohenlinden,” Wolfe's “Burial of Sir John Moore,” and selections from Cowper and George Herbert.
Lyttelton. — THE COMUS OF MILTON, rendered into Greek Verse. By Lord Lyttelton. Extra fcap. 8vo. 5s.
THE SAMSON AGONISTES OF MILTON, rendered into Greek Verse. By Lord Lyttelton. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6s. 6d.