Easy Latin stories for beginners: with vocabulary and notes by George Lovett Bennett

By George Lovett Bennett

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II. riches. —PoL¥CRATES,qui seditione facta Samum occupavit, primum una cum trifariam distributam civitatem fratribus administravit. Dein, altero occiso, et natu minore ex insula eiecto, universam Samum rege, imperio tenebat. Quo in imperio hospitium contraxit, donis ei cum Amasi, Aegypti et vicissim missis, ab universam loniam reliquamque Graeciam celebratae et per Etenim quocumque cum exercitu proficiscebatur, Habebat autem centum cedebant. ' actuarias naves quinquaginta dis- Aiebat enim, quae eripui restituens, igitur insulas ceperat, quam ab multa item In his Lesbios navali pugna superatos cepit, continentis oppida.

II. riches. —PoL¥CRATES,qui seditione facta Samum occupavit, primum una cum trifariam distributam civitatem fratribus administravit. Dein, altero occiso, et natu minore ex insula eiecto, universam Samum rege, imperio tenebat. Quo in imperio hospitium contraxit, donis ei cum Amasi, Aegypti et vicissim missis, ab universam loniam reliquamque Graeciam celebratae et per Etenim quocumque cum exercitu proficiscebatur, Habebat autem centum cedebant. ' actuarias naves quinquaginta dis- Aiebat enim, quae eripui restituens, igitur insulas ceperat, quam ab multa item In his Lesbios navali pugna superatos cepit, continentis oppida.

SPARTAN BREVITY. 85. — Samii olim, a Polycrate troducti illi expulsi, Spartam venerunt. ' orantes. J 86. — Olim * contra Scythas seditione facta, aciem com- servi Diu pugnatum Tandem unus est. Quid tandem facimus, Scythae nantes interficimur ipsi liabebimus. et in servos similes Cum Itaque omissis hastis et impetum faciamus sumptis vero j 1 : flagellis, ser^^ : e Scythis talia dixit servis pug- nostris etiam interfectis, pauciores deinde liis : paruerunt Scythae dictis 25 THE WHIPS. — THE BATTLE OF misere.

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