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Latin, as in Greek and English, the peculiar force of the past tense of the indicative with the infinitive is purely idiomatic. Deliberative Constructions IN a paper on The Extent of the Deliberative Construction in Relative Clauses in Greek, in the Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, vol. vii. (1896), pp. 1-12, I have reviewed the recent discussion on this subject, and have maintained the following points, on which I agree substantially with Professor Hale's paper in the Transactions of the American Philological Association, xxiv. pp. 156-205. 1. *ou)k e)/xw, ou)k e)/sti with the dative, and similar expressions, in the