A Handbook for Latin Clubs eBook

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A SHORT STORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. 
  Jessie A. Chase. Saint Nicholas.  Vol. xxvi, p. 593.

THE VALUE OF LATIN. 
  The Advantages which accrue from a Classical Education.  Caroline
    R. Gaston. Education.  Vol. xxiii, p. 257. 
  The Study of Caesar.  Adeline A. Knight. Education.  Vol. viii,
    p. 188. 
  A Plea for Culture.  T.W.  Higginson. Atlantic Monthly.  Vol. xix,
    p. 29. 
  The Nature of Culture Studies.  R.M.  Wenley. School Review.  Vol.
    xiii, p. 441. 
  The Teaching of Second Year Latin.  H.W.  Johnston. School Review
    Vol. x, p. 72.

ESSAY. 
  What I have gained from the Study of Latin.

THE VALUE OF LATIN AS A PREPARATION FOR THE STUDY OF MEDICINE. 
  The Advantages that accrue from a Classical Education.  Caroline R.
    Gaston. Education.  Vol. xxiii, p. 351. 
  The Value of Greek and Latin to the Medical Student.  Victor C.
    Vaughan. School Review.  Vol. xiv, p. 389.
  Latin and Greek in American Education.  Francis W. Kelsey. 
    Chap. iv.

THE PLACE OF THE HUMANITIES IN THE TRAINING OF ENGINEERS.
  Latin and Greek in American Education.  Francis W. Kelsey. 
    Chap. iv. 
  The Value of the Humanistic Studies as a Preparation for the Study
    of Engineering.  Herbert C. Sadler. School Review.  Vol. xiv,
    p. 400.

THE VALUE OF LATIN AS A TRAINING FOR PRACTICAL LIFE.
  Latin and Greek in American Education.  Francis W. Kelsey. 
    Chap. iv.
  Bulletin of the Missouri State Normal School (1909).  P. 19. 
  The Practical Value of Humanistic Studies.  Wm. Gardner Hale.
    School Review.  Vol. xix, p. 657.

THE VALUE OF LATIN TO THE BUSINESS GIRL. 
  Latin as a Vocational Study in the Commercial Course.  Albert S.
    Perkins. The Classical Journal.  Vol. x, p.7.

ROME’S GIFT TO US. 
  The Indebtedness of the English Language to the Latin.  Federico
    Garlanda. Chautauqua.  Vol. xi, p. 10.
  A First Year Latin Book. (Introduction.) Wm. Gardner Hale.

THE VALUE OF LATIN AS A TRAINING FOR THE LAWYER.
  Bulletin of the Missouri State Normal School (1909).  P. 17.
  Will Latin follow Greek out of the High School.  Joseph P. Behm.
    Classical Weekly.  Vol. vii, p. 25.

POEM.—­A Plea for the Classics.  EUGENE FIELD.

POMPEII

  “There is nothing on the earth, or under it, like Pompeii.” 
    —­W.  D. Howells

POEM.—­Pompeii.
  Poetical Works.  Mrs. Sigourney.  P. 270.

THE CITY OF POMPEII BEFORE THE DESTRUCTION.
  The Last Days of Pompeii.  Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton.  P. 89.

THE DESTRUCTION OF POMPEII.
  The Last Days of Pompeii.  Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton.  P. 366.

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