Sallust's Jugurthine War and Conspiracy of Catiline: with an English commentary, and geographical and historical indexes

Harper & Bros., 1838 - 332 sivua

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Sivu 332 - From WILLIAM A. DUER, LL.D., President of Columbia College, in the City of New-York. From the manner in which this undertaking has been so far executed, as well as from the established character and reputation of Professor Anthon as a scholar, his experience as an instructer, and the accuracy and judgment previously evinced by him as an editor and commentator, I can entertain...
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