REV. BENJAMIN HALL KENNEDY, D.D.
PREBENDARY OF LICHFIELD, AND HEAD MASTER OF SHREWSBURY SCHOOL. 4
An Elementary Grammar of the Latin Language, for the use of Colleges and Schools
THE CHILD'S LATIN PRIMER; or, First Latin Lessons, extracted from the Author's Elementary Latin Grammar....
A LATIN VOCABULARY, arranged on Etymological Principles,
as an Exercise-Book and First Latin Dictionary
A FIRST LATIN READING-BOOK; or, Tirocinium Latinum :
Adapted to the Author's Child's Latin Primer....
A SECOND LATIN READING-BOOK; or, Palestra Latina:
Adapted to the Author's Elementary Latin Grammar
................................ 12mo. 58.
LATIN PROSE MATERIALS.-PALESTRA STILI LATINI;
or, Materials for Translation into Latin Prose, selected and progressively
EXAMPLES of LATIN PROSE
STILI LATINI; or, a Systematic Course of Examples for Practice in the
Style of the best Latin Prose Authors
12mo. 48. 6d.-KEY, 78. 6d.
THE WORKS of VIRGIL, chiefly from the Text of Wagner; with
brief Latin Foot-Notes, a Virgilian Syntax, and English Notes, illustrative
12mo. nearly ready.
***The publication of this work has been delayed by other and most
important duties, but it is now advancing towards completion.
GREEK GRAMMAR.-GRÆCÆ GRAMMATICE INSTITU-
TIO PRIMA. Rudimentis Etonensibus quantulum potuit immutatis
Syntaxin de suo addidit B. H. KENNEDY.......
... 12mo. 4s. 6d.
GREEK VERSE MATERIALS-PALESTRA MUSARUM; or,
Materials for Translation into Greek Verse, selected and progressively
........ 12mo. 5s. 6d.
PROGRESSIVE EXERCISES in GREEK TRAGIC SENARII;
followed by a Selection from the Greek Verses of Shrewsbury School, and
prefaced by a short account of the Iambic Metre and Style of Greek Tragedy.
Second Edition, altered and revised
THIS Volume is intended to serve as a manual for the young composer of Greek Tragic Senarii. It presents in the first place a concise and practical account of the laws of Tragic Iambic Verse, and a few cursory notices of the dialect and peculiar phraseology of the Dramatic Poets, to be improved and expanded by observation of the young These are followed by a tions from Shakspeare and a few original compositio
the exercises of the Author's own
pupils. They are designed to furnish the
beginner with specimens of the skill and
tact by which the difficulties of version from
one into another poetic language are over-
come after a little practice. Although these
Exercises have been arranged with a main
regard to the use of the middle forms in
y will be quite as useful
private students whose
n is unequal to their
in Greek scholarship.