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The Volumes published of this Series contain
HOMER: THE ILIAD, BY The Editor.
HOMER: THE ODYSSEY, By The Same.
HERODOTUS, By George C. Swayne, M.A.
CAESAR, By Anthony Trollope.
VIRGIL, By The Editor.
HORACE, By Theodore Martin.
^ESCHYLUS, By Reginald S. Copleston, M.A.
XENOPHON, By Sir Alex. Grant, Bart., LL.D.
CICERO, By The Editor.
SOPHOCLES, By Clifton W. Collins, M.A.
PLINY, By A. Church, M.A., And W. J. Brodribb, M.A.
The following Authors, by various Contributors, are in preparation :—
Others Will Follow.
A Volume will be published Quarterly, price 2s. 6tZ
The writer desires to express Ms acknowledgments to Mr Eobert Browning, for his kind permission to make use of his 'Balaustion' in the account given of "Alcestis;" to Mrs Augusta Webster, for a similar favour in the case of the "Medea;" and to Mr Maurice Purcell Fitzgerald, in that of the "Hippolytus." The translations which they have respectively allowed him to use are recorded in footnotes, as well as those which are taken from the versions of Greek tragic poets by the late Deans Milman and Alford. Where the translated passages are not attributed to an author, they are taken from Potter, in the absence of better renderings. He wishes also to commemorate his obligations to Mr P. A. Paley for the^frequent and valuable assistance afforded by his Prefaces and Notes to the Plays of