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Lyra Hellenica,

OR

TRANSLATIONS INTO GREEK VERSE,

CHIEFLY IAMBICS.

BY

E. R. HUMPHREYS, LL.D.,

HEAD MASTER OF CHELTENHAM GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

SECOND EDITION, MUCH ENLARGED.

The above Work, forming a complete and properly arranged Key to the Exercitationes Iambicæ, can be obtained by Teachers only, upon application to the Author, with a Post Office Order for the price.

Cambridge: Printed at the University Press. FOR MACMILLAN AND CO.

London: GEORGE BELL, 186, FLEET STREET.
Orford : J. H. PARKER.
Edinburgh: EDMONSTON AND DOUGLAS.
Dublin: HODGES AND SMITH.
Glasgow: JAMES MACLEHOSE.

EXERCITATIONES IAMBICÆ;

OR

PROGRESSIVE EXERCISES IN GREEK

IAMBIC VERSE,

PRECEDED BY

A SUCCINCT ACCOUNT OF THE LAWS OF IAMBIC COMPOSITION,

AND OF THE RULES OF TRAGIO PROSODY,

BY

E. R. HUMPHREYS, LL.D.,

HEAD MASTER OF THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, CHELTENHAM.

SECOND EDITION, MUCH ENLARGED.

WITH

Sixty short Introductory Exercises,

By H. M. JEFFERY, M.A.,
Of St Catharine’s Had, Cambridge, Tyrwhitt University Scholar, and Second Master

of Cheltenham Grammar School.

Cambridge: MACMILLAN & CO.

1 854

304. C, 28.

TO THE

REVEREND JAMES NORRIS, D.D.,

PRESIDENT OF CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE, OXFORD.

REVEREND AND DEAR SIR,

I FEEL sincere pleasure in dedicating to you the first work that has emanated from this school, since its revival, under the new arrangement.

Every one connected with the Cheltenham Grammar School is, no less than myself, impressed with a deep sense of the earnest, kind and impartial manner, in which you have discharged your duty as its Chief Patron; and of the effective assistance which you have always been ready to afford me in my efforts to raise the School to that position of honourable usefulness for which it was designed by its benevolent and pious founder.

Those efforts have been blest with more than ordinary success—our Roll having risen, in two years, from thirty to three hundred. For this I feel, to a great extent, indebted to the sympathy and support afforded me by yourself and the other Patrons, and therefore can only regret that it is not in my power to evince my gratitude to you and them by inscribing to you a work of a higher order and greater merit, than this unpretending little School-Book.

I am, Rev. and Dear Sir,

Yours very obediently,

E. R. HUMPHREYS.

Dec. 19, 1853.

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