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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 70 pages of information about A Handbook for Latin Clubs.

THE COLISEUM, A FRAGMENT OF A ROMANCE.
  The Prose Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley.  Harry Buxton Forman. 
    Vol. iii, p. 27.

SOME FAMOUS ROMAN LETTERS

  “The authors who have lived and written under an Italian sky, are
  reticent and shy in the foreign schoolroom.  But if we transfer
  ourselves with them to the market and enter their families, then
  they grow confiding and social.” 
    —­Shumway

THE WRITING AND SENDING OF LETTERS.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  P. 287.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 530.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 541.

SOME ROMAN LETTERS FROM THE BIBLE.
  Bible.  Acts, Chap. xxiii, 25 ff.
  Bible.  Acts, Chap. xxvii.

A LETTER WRITTEN BY CICERO TO HIS WIFE.
  Roman Life in the Days of Cicero.  Alfred J. Church.  P. 206.

A LETTER WRITTEN BY CICERO DESCRIBING HIS RETURN FROM EXILE.
  Foreign Classics in English.  William Cleaver Wilkinson.  Vol. iv,
    p. 238.

A LETTER FROM PLINY THE YOUNGER TO TRAJAN, “On the Christians.”
  Illustrated History of Ancient Literature.  John D. Quackenbos. 
    P. 418.
  Readings in Ancient History.  Hutton Webster.  P. 250.

A LOVE LETTER FROM PLINY THE YOUNGER TO HIS WIFE.
  Foreign Classics in English.  William Cleaver Wilkinson.  Vol. iv,
    p. 287.
  Readings in Ancient History.  Hutton Webster.  P. 241.

A FAMOUS LITERARY ANTIQUE.—­The Letter of Consolation written by Servius
Sulpicius to Cicero upon the death of Tullia.
  Foreign Classics in English.  William Cleaver Wilkinson.  Vol. iv,
    p. 251.

A LETTER BY CICERO DESCRIBING CAESAR’S VISIT AT CICERO’S HOME.
  Foreign Classics in English.  William Cleaver Wilkinson.  Vol. iv,
    p. 244.

LETTER OF A SCHOOLBOY.
  Source Book of Roman History.  Dana C. Munro.  P. 197.

SOME ANCIENT ROMANS OF FAME

  “They were a great race, not unworthy of their fame,—­those ancient
  Romans; and Alpine flowers of moral beauty bloomed amid the Alpine
  snow and ice of their austere pride.” 
    —­Wilkinson, p. 274

ANCIENT NICKNAMES. 
  Ancient Nicknames.  W.W.  Story. Chautauqua.  Vol. xi, p. 241.

A CONVERSATION BETWEEN CICERO AND ATTICUS. 
  A Roman Holiday Twenty Centuries Ago.  W.W.  Story. Atlantic
    Monthly
.  Vol. xliii, p. 273.

HORATIUS, THE PATRIOT.
  Readings in Ancient History.  Rome and the West.  William Stearns
    Davis.  P. 16.
  Poetical Works.  Thomas Babington Macaulay.  Lays of Ancient
    Rome, p. 31.

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