Textkitâ€™s fantastic but like any other Internet entity its human cells are completely replaced every few years, resulting in not a little (â€˜nonnullusâ€™?) tombstone talk (with not so much as a â€œyou are number X in line â€¦â€)
For example, Mingshey drew attention Mar 10, 2008 to the fact that wrongly ordered pages in a downloadable file had never been righted (â€œTo Jeff. Dâ€™Ooge pages in wrong orderâ€). Inquit: â€œCan it be taken care of sooner or later, please.â€ The rest was silence.
In fact, nobody answers to the name of Jeff any longer. Benissimus, Bellumpaxque, Episcopus et many others are â€œwhirled beyond the circuit of the shuddering Bear â€¦ to a sleepy cornerâ€ (pace T.S. Eliot).
Currently, our DOWNLOAD wizard is Edonnelly. I can only quote Vergil to express my admiration of his services: â€œdeus nobis haec otia fecitâ€. For example:
However, Iâ€™ve recently learnt a lot of Latin from a downloaded beauty that seems to have eluded even the redoubtable Edonnelly, namely, Daniellâ€™s New Latin Composition):
http://books.google.com/books?id=oLMAAA ... ygTUsLn6DA
Complete with Key:
http://books.google.com/books?id=mbMAAA ... ygTUsLn6DA
As for those missing Dâ€™Ooge pages, try Google Books:
http://books.google.com/books?id=W80RAA ... 9Dg&pgis=1
Google is not totally reliable either, but at least pages 83 and 143 are where youâ€™d expect to find them.