A Handbook for Latin Clubs eBook

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THE GARDENS. 
  The Gardens of Ancient Rome and What Grew in them.  St. Clair
    Baddely, Littell’s Living Age.  Vol. ccxxxix, p. 458.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, P. 475, 533.

POEM.—­A Roman Garden. 
  Florence Wilkinson. Current Literature.  Vol. xliii, p. 570.

THE FOUNTAINS. 
  Roman Fountains.  E. McAuliffe. Catholic World.  Vol. lxxvii,
    p. 209.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 464.
  Roba di Roma.  William W. Story.  Chapter xvii.
  The Prose Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley.  Harry Buxton Forman. 
    Vol. iv, p. 96.
  With Shelley in Italy.  Anna B. McMahan.  P 99.
  Walks in Rome.  Augustus J.C.  Hare.  P. 305.

POEM.—­The Fountain of Trevi.
  Poetical Works.  Bayard Taylor.  P. 91.

HAWTHORNE’S DESCRIPTION OF THE FOUNTAIN OF TREVI.
  Walks in Rome.  Augustus J.C.  Hare.  P. 65.

POEM.—­The Fountain.
  Poetical Works.  James R. Lowell.  P. 10.

A STROLL IN ROME AS DESCRIBED BY HORACE.
  A Day in Ancient Rome.  Edgar S. Shumway.  P. 51.

THE BURNING OF ROME. 
  Tacitus. Annales.  Chap. xv.
  Readings in Ancient History.  Hutton Webster.  P. 232.
  Readings in Ancient History.  Rome and the West.  William Stearns
    Davis.  P. 192.
  Illustrated History of Ancient Literature.  John D. Quackenbos. 
    P. 414.
  Foreign Classics in English.  William Cleaver Wilkinson.  Vol. iv,
    p. 105.

THE SKY SCRAPERS OF ROME. 
  Rodolfo Lanciani. North American Review.  Vol. clxii, p. 45.

POEM.—­Nero’s Incendiary Song.
  Poems.  Victor Hugo.  P. 31.

POEM.—­Urbs, Roma, Vale.
  Littell’s Living Age.  J.P.M.  Vol. cliv, p. 575; vol. clv,
    p. 447.
  Blackwood’s Magazine.  Vol. cxxxii, pp. 176, 490, 781.

THE ROMAN FORUM

 “In many a heap the ground
  Heaves, as if Ruin in a frantic mood
  Had done its utmost.  Here and there appears,
  As left to show his handiwork, not ours,
  An idle column, a half-buried arch,
  A wall of some great temple.” 
    —­Rogers

THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE FORUM.
  Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries.  Rodolfo
    Lanciani.  P. 82.
  A Day in Ancient Rome.  Edgar S. Shumway.  Pp. 21, 43.
  The Remains of Ancient Rome.  J.H.  Middleton.  Vol. i, p. 231.
  Ancient History.  Hutton Webster.  P. 636.

THE ROMAN CAPITOL. 
  Eugene Lawrence. Harper’s Magazine.  Vol. xliv, p. 570.

THE ROSTRA.
  Rome of To-day and Yesterday.  John Dennie.  Pp. 65, 117.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. i, P. 356.

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