vir litterarum wrote:I have scoured literally the entire internet, even going so far as to ask the publisher themselves and look in Library of Congress's catalog, in order to find this book to no avail. Does anyone where I could locate a copy?
I have a copy of the 'Key to Elementary Latin Exercises' by Hillard and Botting (1925). My scanning capabilities are limited at present but if you pm me your address I could mail you paper printouts (at least in a few days' time when I get back from a visit to the country).
Incidentally, Patruus, do you make the pdf's yourself or do you 'just' (no offence intended) find them somewhere? I mean, if you could get hold of those 'Elements of Latin' paper copies from Jeff ... or if I made a whole new set of printouts ...
I also have the Baker & Inglis Key and hope to get that done in the next few days.
Brian wrote:Patruus and Friends
Thank you so much for the information. It is amazing what can be accomplished with and sharing and cooperation. Patruus I did try that link you provided above, but I received a "file not available" message. Is there something wrong at my end?
thanks again for the support
Interaxus wrote:I also have the Baker & Inglis Key and hope to get that done in the next few days.
Wow! Can't wait. Will you announce it on this thread when it's ready ?
Should I send you fresh printouts of the Key to Elements of Latin? The actual course is on the G'Oogle list. Or are there limits to even your time and patience?
Printouts of the 'Key to Elements of Latin' are in the post. You should receive them within a week.
Your collection of Latin keys is an autodidact's dream!
Conspicuous by its absence from this index is the Key to Colebourn's "Latin Sentence and Idiom" - another example of a textbook that's in print but the Key's gone MIA, though WorldCat has an entry for it
Interaxus wrote:Patruus:Conspicuous by its absence from this index is the Key to Colebourn's "Latin Sentence and Idiom" - another example of a textbook that's in print but the Key's gone MIA, though WorldCat has an entry for it
Following your WorldCat tip, I got my Stockholm library to loan it from a US library and it's now a scanned and printed-out heap of 46 sheets which I plan to take the liberty of mailing to you tomorrow. Just in case you are still in your charitable Omnipage Pro / uploading mode.