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Præfecti sociorum, xxi. 59.
Prærogativam, iï. 51.
Prepositions, wanting after quam, xxii. 8; wanting before qui, xxii. 33.
Present tense, historic, followed by a past tense, i. 7 ;-by a present and

a past tense in same sentence, xxii. 18.
Prisci Latini, i. 32.
Pro, pro imperio, iii. 49; pro concione, iii. 54 ; xxii. 11; pro eo, ut, xxii

1; pro victo, xxi. 9; pro se quisque, with a plural verb, ii. 6
Prodito fumo, xxi. 27.
Profligare bellum, xxi. 40.
Prohibere, construction, i. 39; v. 49; xxii. 19; xxii. 34.

Q.
Quam mallem, xxii. 49.
Quam pro, xxi. 29; ib. 32.
Quamquam, “nay more,” xxi. 19.
Que, adversative, v. 45; xxi. 6; for etiam, quoque, ii. 13; “or rather,"

xxi. 62.
Quia and quod, ii. 1; xxi. 5; ib. 9.
Quicumque, with the indicative, i. 32.
Quid aliud quam, xxii. 60.
Quin, meaning, i. 45; Let ut, xxii. 1.
Quippe qui, with subj., Preface; with indicative, iii. 53 ; v. 37.
Quoniam, its force, i. 6; when with the indicative and when with the

subj., ib.

R.

Recta pugna, xxii. 28.
Relative, many English expressions translated by, with a circumlocution,

xxii. 28.
Reliquum diei, xxii. 51.
Reliqui, alii, and ceteri, ii. 38.
Rex sacrificulus, ii. 2.
Robur and vires, xxi. 1.
Ruminalis, ficus, i. 4.
Rumor and fama, xxii. 39.
Rupes and saxa, xxi. 33.

S.
Sagmina, i. 24.
Salii, i. 20.
Sanguis and cruor, i. 59.
Satin' salve, i. 58.
Se for eum, xxii. 37.
Secundo Tiberi, secunda aqua, v. 46.
Sequius, ii. 37.
Sententiis paucis, xxii 61.
Servitium and servitus, ii. 10.
Si nihil aliud, xxii. 29.
Sicut-ita, xxi. 35.
Similis and dissimilis, with the genitive in referenco to persons, i. 20

xxii. 39.

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Sortes, xxi. 62 ; -extenuata, ib.
Spectacula, i. 35.
Stationes and custodiæ, v. 44; xxi. 14.
Stipendiarius and vectigalis, xxi. 41.
Sub conditionibus, xxi. 12; sub corona venire, xxi. 51.
Sublime, used adverbially, xxi. 30.
Subjunctive, second person, denoting some indefinite subject, Preface; in

less formal oratio obl., i. 6; ib. 9; of generality with ùbi, i. 32;
xxi. 4; ib. 35; of future, how expressed, Preface; of future perfect
active, ii. 1 ; xxi. 33; of future perfect passive, xxi. 34; subjunctive
present, in a conditional expressed by an English past tense, Pre-
face ;—with ut, after a perfect indefinite, ii. 1; subjunctive, with
qui, in dependence upon a demonstrative pronoun to be supplied,
ii. 8; v. 44;—in a relative clause, containing a fact, xxi. 40;
xxii. 45; subjunctive imperfect, in timerem, discerneres, etc., ii. 7;
xxi. 4; subjunctive perfect with ut, in clauses denoting a result,

i. 3 ; xxi. 1; ib. 2; ib. 58; xxii. 48.
Sudare, construction, xxii. 1.
Summa rerum, xxi. 29; summa tota, ib. 1.
Sustinere, “ to put off,“ v. 45.
Synesis, xxi. 20; ib. 41; ib. 59; xxii. 42.

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U.
Ubi, with the subjunctive, i. 32; xxi. 4; ib. 35; -terrarum, xxii. 13.
Unde, in reference to persons, i. 49.
Uno, “ by one,” ii. 7.
Unus, with the superlative, xxii. 22.
Usus, i. 46; usu capere, xxii. 44.
Ut, with a limiting force, i. 57; xxi. 34; xxii. 5; -for ita ut, v. 43;

xxii. 45; --used in giving the circumstances under which any
thing takes place, xxi. 7; ib. 36; -“ though,” xxi. 47; ib. 52 ;
xxii. 25; — with perfect subjunctive in clauses denoting result, i. 3;
xxi. 1 ; ib. 2; ib. 15; ib. 25; ib. 58; ib. 60; xxii. 5; -que, with

the subjunctive, Preface; utsic, i. 25; ut-ita, xxi. 7.
Utrum-an-an, xxi. 10.

V.

Vagı and palantes, v. 44.
Velitis jubeatis, i. 46; xxi. 17.
V'erba dicendi, omitted, xxi. 15; ib. 24.

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