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(2.) The Empire. THE STUDENT'S GIBBON : AN EPITOME OF THE HISTORY
OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. By Wm. SMITH,
LL.D. Woodcuts. Post 8vo78. 6d. • Dr. Wm. Smith has preserved the main features of the great historian's work, the chief alterations being the omission of offensive anti-christian sneers, and the incorporation of important notes in the body of the text.'-Guardian.
V.-LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE THE STUDENT'S MANUAL OF THE ENGLISH LAN
GUAGE. By GEORGE P. MARSH. Edited, with Additional Chapters
and Notes, by Wm. SMITH, LL.D. Post 8vo. 78. 6d. • Dr. Smith has added two chapters, containing a compact yet distinct summary of what is to be found in the best writers on the English language, and has produced a Manual of great utility.'-- Athenæum.
THE STUDENT'S MANUAL of ENGLISH LITERATURE.
By T. B. Shaw. Edited, with Notes and Illustrations, by WM. SMITH,
LL.D. Post 8vo. 78. 6d. • Mr. Shaw has supplied a desideratum in English Literature. His book contains a brief but satisfactory sketch of all the great English writers, from the earliest period to the present day. On the whole it appears to be a fair and impartial summary.'-English Review.
VI.-GRAMMARS. THE STUDENT'S GREEK GRAMMAR. By PROFESSOR CURTITS. Translated under the Revision of the Author.
Edited by WM. SMITH, LL.D. Post 8vo. 78. 6d. . There is no Greek Grammar in existence which in so small a compass contains so much
iable and suggestive information, and we hope that it may ere long be adopted as the standard Greek Grammar in this country, a position which it holds in most of the schools of continental Europe.'-Museum.
THE STUDENT’S LATIN GRAMMAR. By Wm. SMITH,
LL.D. Post 8vo. 78. 6d. • This Grammar is intended to occupy an intermediate position between the large treatises of Zumpt and Madvig, and the numerous elementary school grammars. There are very few students who will require more information than is here supplied by skilful arrangement, in a convenient size and form for practical use. The editor's good sense is visible throughout.' -Athenæum.
VII.-GEOGRAPHY. THE STUDENT'S MANUAL of ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY.
By Rev. W. L. BEVAN. Edited by WM. SMITH, LL.D. Woodcuts.
Post 8vo. 78, 6d. A valuable addition to our geographical works. It contains the newest and most reliable information derived from the researches of modern travellers. No better text-book can be placed in the hands of scholars.'- Journal of Education.
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.