Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar. Third edition, revised and enlarged, by B. L. Gildersleeve and Gonzalez Lodge. (University Publishing Company: New York, etc. 1894. Macmillan & Co.: London. 1895.) [Book Review]
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