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A SHORT TREATISE ON THE GEEEK PARTICLES AND THEIR COMBINATIONS. Short treatise on the Greek particles and their combinations according to Attic usage. Cambridge, Deighton, Bell, & Co., (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: F A Paley.
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on Greek particles, published inby Mr. Denniston. Which is indeed a fortunate fact, because, failing a modern com- prehensive book to base our research on, or anyhow to start from, we should have to go back to much older works?we should have. ‘Bibliographia Græca: an Enquiry into the Date and Origin of Book-writing among the Greeks,’ London,8vo.
‘A Short Treatise on Greek Particles and their Combinations,’8vo. ‘On Professor Mahaffy's “Epic Poetry” and “History of Classical Greek Literature,”’8vo.
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