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Pro Patria
A Latin Story for Beginners
1910

editio: 1910
fons: librum vide
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Pro Patria: a Latin story for beginners being a sequel to ‘Ora Maritima,’ with grammar and exercises by E. A Sonnenschein, D.Litt., Oxon, Professor in the University of Birmingham



Qui procul hinc, the legend's writ,
The frontier grave is far away,
Qui ante diem periit
Sed miles, sed pro patria.

Henry Newbolt;
‘Clifton Chapel.’



LONDON

SWAN SONNENSCHEIN & CO.,LIMD
NEW YORK : THE MACMILLAN

1910
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Contents
Initium
Preface
Britanniae Tabula
COMMENTARII
DE VITA MEA AD DUBRAS
ANNO MDCCCXCIX
I. Mensis September
Adjectives of Third Declension in ——, is, e
II. Britannia Liberata
is, ea, id.Singular Number.
III. Cunobelinus
ei, eae, ea.Plural Number.
IV. Caractacus
eius, and suus, a, um. contrasted.
ipse, ipsa, ipsum.
V. Boadicea
ille, illa, illud.
VI. Britannia Pacata
hic, haec, hoc.
VII. Pax Romana
Comparitives of Adjectives.
Superlatives of Adjectives.
Passive Voice of 1st ConjugationPresent, Past Imperf., Future.
VIII. Castellum Rutupinum
Questions and Exclamations.
Second ConjugationPresent, Past Imperfect, future. Active.
Fourth Declension and Passives of Second Conjugation.
IX. Angli et Saxones.
Second ConjugationPerfect Stem, Active.
Perfect, Pluperfect and Future Perfect Passivehow expressed.
COMMENTARII DE VITA MEA
AD VENTAM BELGARUM
ANNIS MDCCCXCIX ET MDCCCC
X. Res Africanae
Recapitulation of Verbs.
Third ConjugationPresent, Active and Passive.
XI. Origo Reipublicae Africanae.
Third ConjugationrPast Imperfect, Active and Passive.
Imperative Active of the Third Conjugation.
XII. Initium Belli.
Third ConjugationFuture, Active and Passive.
Third ConjugationPerfect, Sterns Active, formed with s.
Third ConjugationPerfect Stems Active, formed without anys affix.
Third Conjugation.Perfect, Pluperfect, Fut. Perf., Passive
XIII. Milites Reginae.
Fourth Conjugation.Present, Active and Passive
Fourth ConjugationPast Imperfect and Future, Active and Passive.
Fourth ConjugationPerfect Stem Active.
XIV. Tria Oppida Obsessa.
Verbs in io with Infinitive in erePresent, Past Imperfect and Future, Active and Passive.
XV. Victoriae et Clades Britannicae.
Verbs in io with Infinitive in erePerfect Stems.
XVI. Foedus nominis Britannici.
Present Injunctive of sum.
XVII. Post tenebras lux.
Present Subjunctive of sum and First Conjugation.
Present Injunctive and Subjunctive of other Conjugations.
XVIII. Adamantopolis obsidione liberata.
XIX. Dies Maiubensis.
Past Imperfect Subjunctive of sum.
XX. Pax Britannica.
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