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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 70 pages of information about A Handbook for Latin Clubs.
Lord Byron
On Portia.  Martial Tr.  Lamb
To Potitus.  Martial Tr.  John Hay
What Is Given To Friends Is Not Lost.  Martial
To Cotilus.  Martial Tr.  Elton
The Happy Life.  Martial Tr.  Sir Richard Fanshawe
To a Schoolmaster.  Martial Tr.  John Hay
Epitaph on Erotion.  Martial Tr.  Leigh Hunt
Non Amo Te
Gratitude Robert Burns
A Hymn to the Lares Robert Herrick
Elysium.  Schiller Tr.  Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton
Orpheus Robert Herrick
Cerberus Oliver Herford
The Harpy Oliver Herford
Cupid and the Bee Anacreon
The Assembly of the Gods.  A. Tassoni Tr.  A. Werner
A Model Young Lady of Antiquity Pliny the Younger
  Translation Alfred J. Church
To Lesbia’s Sparrow Catullus
  Translation Elton
Cicero Catullus
  Translation Charles Lamb
De Patientia Thomas a Kempis
The Favorite Prayer of Mary Queen of Scots
Ultime Thule Seneca
  Translation
The Roman of Old Anonymous
Ich bin Dein
Malum Opus James A. Morgan
Felis
Amantis Res Adversae
Puer ex Jersey

SONGS THAT MAY BE USED FOR THE PROGRAMS

Flevit Lepus Parvulus
Carmen Vitae
    Longfellow Tr.  Benjamin L. D’Ooge
Gaudeamus Igitur
Lauriger Horatius
America Tr.  George D. Kellogg
Integer Vitae Horace
Rock of Ages
    Toplady Tr.  William Gladstone
Dies Irae Thomas of Celano
Ad Sanctum Spiritus Robert II, King of France
Adeste Fideles
De Nativitate Domini

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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PROGRAMS

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THE VALUE OF LATIN

  “Latin is the most logically constructed of all the languages, and
  will help more effectually than any other study to strengthen the
  brain centres that must be used when any reasoning is required.” 
      —­Dr. Frank Sargent Hoffman

THE LATIN LANGUAGE. 
  Mosaics in History.  Arthur Gilman. Chautauqua.  Vol. ii, p. 317.
  Illustrated History of Ancient Literature.  John D. Quackenbos. 
    P. 305.

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