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July 18, 2008

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Mild Colonial Boy, Esq.

Sound advice indeed.

Ju Honisch

Thank you!
Your list is extremely helpful. I write urban fantasy set in the 1860s. Indeed, your list will be duely processed, I think. :-)

What Now?

I didn't know that Edith Nesbit wrote ghost stories. I followed your link to "John Charrington's Wedding" -- delightfully creepy!

shayne

NOW I see exactly where I have been going wrong in life.

weserei

Wouldn't the obscure verbs be the easiest to conjugate? Something common like posse or nolle is much more likely to trip up the amateur Latinist, in my experience.

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