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BOHN'S CLASSICAL LIBRARY.

A SERIES OF LITERAL PROSE TRANSLATIONS OF THE GREEK AND LATIN CLASSICS WITH NOT ES AND INDEXES.

Uniform with the STANDARD LIBRARY, 5s. each (except Thucydides, Eschylus, Virgil, Horace, Cicero's Offices, Demosthenes, Appendix to Eschylus, Aristotle's Organon, all of which are 3s. 6d. each volume).

1. HERODOTUS. By the REV. IIENRY CARY, M.A. Frontispiece.

2 & 3. THUCYDIDES. By the REV. H. DALE. In 2 Vols. (3s. 6d. each). Frontispiece.
4. PLATO. Vol. I. By CARY. [The Apology of Socrates, Crite Phædo, Gorgias,
Protagotas, Phædrus, Theætetus, Euthyphron, Lysis.] Frontis.hr.

6. LIVY'S HISTORY OF ROME, literally translated. Vol. I., Books 1 to 8.
6. PLATO. Vol. II. By DAVIS. [The Republic, Timæus, and Critias.]

7. LIVY'S HISTORY OF ROME. Vol. II., Books 9 to 26.

8. SOPHOCLES. The Oxford Translation, revised.

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9. ÆSCHYLUS, literally translated. By an OXONIAN. (Price 3s. 6d.) Appendix to, containing the new readings given in Hermann's posthu mous edition of Eschylus, translated and edited by G. BURGES, M.A. (3s. 6d). 10. ARISTOTLE'S RHETORIC AND POETIC. With Examination Questions. 11. LIVY'S HISTORY OF ROME. Vol. III., Books 27 to 36.

12 & 14. EURIPIDES, literally translated. From the Text of Dindorf. In 2 Vols. 13. VIRGIL By DAVIDSON. New Edition, Revised. (Price 3s. 6d.) Frontispiece. 15. HORACE. By SMART. New Edition, Revised. (Price 3s. 6d.) Frontispiece. 16. ARISTOTLE'S ETHICS. By PROF. R. W. BROWNE, of King's College. 17. CICERO'S OFFICES. [Old Age, Friendship, Scipio's Dream, Paradoxes, &c.]

18. PLATO. Vol. III. By G. BURGES, M.A. [Euthydemus, Symposium, Sophistes, Politicus, Laches, Parmenides, Cratylus, and Meno]

19. LIVY'S HISTORY OF ROME. Vol. IV. (which completes the work).

20. CÆSAR AND HIRTIUS. With Index.

21. HOMER'S ILIAD, in prose, literally translated. Frontispiece.

22. HOMER'S ODYSSEY, HYMNS, EPIGRAMS, AND BATTLE OF THE FROGS AND MICE. 23. PLATO. Vol. IV. By G. BURGES, M.A. [Philebus, Charmides, Laches, The Two Alcibiades, and Ten other Dialogues.]

24, 25, & 32. OVID. By H. T. RILEY, B.A. Complete in 3 Vols. Frontispieces. 26. LUCRETIUS. By the REV. J. S. WATSON. With the Metrical Version of J. M. GOOD. 27, 30, 31, & 34. CICERO'S ORATIONS. By C. D. YONGE. Complete in 4 Vols. (Vol. 4 contains also the Rhetorical Pieces.)

28. PINDAR. By DAWSON W. TURNER. With the Metrical Version of MOORE. Front. 29. PLATO. Vol. V. By G. BURGES, M.A. [The Laws.]

33 & 36. THE COMEDIES OF PLAUTUS, By II. T. RILEY, B.A. In 2 Vols. By the REV. L. EVANS, M.A. With the Metrical Version of GIFFORD. Frontispiece.

35. JUVENAL, PERSIUS, &c.

37. THE GREEK ANTHOLOGY, translated chiefly by G. BURGES, A.M., with Metrical Versions by various Authors.

38. DEMOSTHENES. The Olynthiac, Philippic, and other Public Orations, with Notes, Appendices, &c., by C. RANN KENNEDY. (3s. 6d.) 1 e

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89. SALLUST, FLORUS, and VELLEIUS PATERCULUS, with copious Notes, Bio-
graphical Notices, and Index, by the Rev. J. S. WATSON, M.A.

40. LUCAN'S PHARSALIA, with copious Notes, by H. T. RILEY, B.A.

41. THEOCRITUS, BION, MOSCHUS and TYRTAUS, by the Rev. J. BANKS, M.A. With the Metrical Versions of CHAPMAN. Frontispiece.

42. CICERO'S ACADEMICS, DE FINIBUS and TUSCULAN QUESTIONS, by C. D. YONGE, B.A. With Sketch of the Greek Philosophy,

43. ARISTOTLE'S POLITICS AND ECONOMICS, by E. WALFORD, M.A., with Notes, Analyses, Life, Introduction, and Index.

44. DIOGENES LAERTIUS. LIVES AND OPINIONS OF THE ANCIENT PHILOSOPHERS, with Notes by C. D. YONGE, B.A.

45. TERENCE and PHEDRUS, by H. T. RILEY. To which is added SMART'S Metrical Version of Phaedrus. Frontispiece.

46 & 47. ARISTOTLE'S ORGANON, or, Logical Treatises, and the Introduction of Porphyry, with Notes, Analysis, Introduction and Index, by the Rev. O. F. OWEN, M.A. 2 Vols., 3s. 6d. per Vol.

48 & 49. ARISTOPHANES, with Notes and Extracts from the best Metrical Versione, by W. J. HICKIE, in 2 Vols. Frontispiece.

50. CICERO ON THE NATURE OF THE GODS, DIVINATION, FATE, LAWS, REPUBLIC, &c., translated by C. D. YONGE, B.A.

61 APULEIUS. [The Golden Ass, Death of Socrates, Florida, and Defence or Discourse on Magic]. To which is added a Metrical Version of Cupid and Psyche; aud Mrs. Tighe's Psyche. Frontispiece.

62. JUSTIN, CORNELIUS NEPOS and EUTROPIUS, with Notes and a General Index, by the Rev. J. S. WATSON, M.A.

53 & 58. TACITUS. Vol. The Annals. Vol. II. The History, Germania, Agricola, &c. With Index.

54. PLATO. Vol VI., complg the work, and containing Epinomis, Axiochus, Eryxias, on Virtue, on Justice, Sisyphus, Demodocus, and Definitions; the Treatise of Timæus Locrus on the Soul of the World and Nature; the Lives of Plato by Diogenes Laertius, Hesychius, and Olympiodorus; and the Introductions to his Doctrines by Alcinous and Albinus; Apuleius on the Doctrines of Plato, and Remarks on Plato's Writings by the Poet Gray. Edited, with Notes, by G. BURGES, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb. With general Index to the 6 Volumes.

55, 56, 57. ATHENAUS. The Deipnosophists, or the Banquet of the Learned, translated by C. D. YONGE, B.A., with an Appendix of Poetical Fragments rendered into English verse by various Authors, and a general Index. Complete in 3 Vels.

59. CATULLUS, TIBULLUS, and the VIGIL OF VENUS. A literal prose transiation. To which are added Metrical Versions by LAMB, GRAINGER, and others. Frontispiece.

60. PROPERTIUS, PETRONIUS ARBITER, and JOHANNES SECUNDUS, literally translated, and accompanied by Foetical Versions, from various sources; to which are added die Love Epistles of ARISTENETUS. Edited by W. K. KELLY.

61, 74, & 81. THE GEOGRAPHY OF STRABO. translated, with copious Notes, by W. FALCONER, M.A., and H. C. HAMILTON, Esq. In 3 vole, and Index.

62. XENOPHON'S ANABASIS, or Expedition of Cyrus, and MEMORABILIA, or Memoirs of Socrates, translated by the Rev. J. S. WATSON, with a Geographical Commentary by W. F. AINSWORTH. Frontispiece.

CYROPEDIA and HELLENICS, by the Rev. H. DALE, and the Rev.

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64, 67, 69, 72, 78, & 81. PLINY'S NATURAL HISTORY, with copious Notes, by Dr. BOSTOCK and T. H. RILEY. In 6 volumes. Vols. I., II., III., IV., V. and VI. 65. SUETONIUS. Lives of the Caesars, and otlier Works. THOMSON's Translation revised by T. FORESTER.

66. DEMOSTHENES ON THE CROWN, AND EMBASSY, by C. RANN KENNEDY.
58. CICERO ON ORATORY AND ORATORS, by the Rev. J. S. WATSON, M.A.
**This volume completes the Classical Library edition of Cicero.
70. GREEK ROMANCES, Heliodorus, Longus, and Achilles Tatius.

71 & 76. QUINTILIAN'S INSTITUTES OF ORATORY. By the Rev. J. S. WATSON,
M.A. Complete, with Notes, Index, and Biographical Notice. 2 volumes.
73. HESIOD, CALLIMACHUS, AND THEOGNIS, in Prose, by BANKS, with the
Metrical Versions of ELTON, TYTLER, and FRERE.

75. DICTIONARY OF LATIN QUOTATIONS, with the Quantities marked and English Translations; including Proverbs, Maximis, Mottoes, Law Terms and Phrases; with a Collection of above 500 GREEK QUOTATIONS.

77. DEMOSTHENES AGAINST LEPTINES, MIDIAS, ANDROTION, AND ARISTOCRATES. BY CHARLES RANN. KENNEDY..

79. XENOPHON'S MINOR WORKS; translated by the Rev. J. S. WATSON.

80 ARISTOTLE'S METAPHYSICS, literally translated, with Notes, Analysis, Examination Questions and Index, by the Rev. JOHN H. MMAHON, M.A.

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33. MARCO POLO'S TRAVELS, the translation of Marsden, edited, with Notes and Introduction, by T. WRIGHT, M.A., F.S.A., &c.

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