Excerpt from English Particles Exemplified in Sentences, Designed for Latin Exercises: With the Proper Rendering of Each Particle Inserted in the Sentence
The present Edition of the English Particles has been rather delayed, in the hope of completely revising and amending the antiquated Language of the several Examples; but it was found so difficult in most cases to alter the Expression, without injuring the Force of the Passage in which the Particle was contained, that nothing short of a complete new Translation of the whole from the Latin, would be likely to answer the end proposed: and as the pressing demand for the book would not admit of so much delay at present, it is reluctantly deferred to the next Impression.
To prevent the farther Increase of the price of the Book (as well as for the above Reason) it has been judged adviseable to omit the antiquated Translations from Cicero, Lord Bacon, and Sir Thomas Moore, which were formerly subjoined to this Work; but which the Publisher is assured were seldom (if ever) made use of.
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