New Latin Primer: Containing, First, Lessons for Construing and Parsing, which Exemplify All the Rules of Adam's Latin Syntax; Second, Extracts from the Minor Latin Classics, with Literal Translations; Third, the First Part of Lyne's Latin Primer

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John West & Company, 1809 - 246 strán (strany)

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