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The provinces of the Roman empire from Caesar to Diocletian - Page 375
by Theodor Mommsen, William Purdie Dickson - 1886
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'Look before you leap' [by A.F. Hector].

Annie French Hector - 1865
...history."—Dr. ScItmitz. " This is the best history of the Roman Republic, taking the work on the whole—the author's complete mastery of his subject, the variety...his book. He is without an equal in his own sphere. The work may be read in the translation (executed with the sanction of the author) not only with instruction,...
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'Up the Country': Letters Written to Her Sister from the Upper ..., Volume 2

Emily Eden - India - 1866
...can stand a comparison with the noblest productions of modern history." — Dr. ScIimttx. " This Is the best history of the Roman Republic, taking the...his book. He is without an equal in his own sphere. The work may be read in the translation (executed with the sanction of the author) not only with instruction,...
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A lost name, Volume 3

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu - 1868
...can stand a comparison with the noblest productions of modern history. " — Dr. Schmitz. "This is the best history of the Roman Republic, taking the...his book. He is without an equal in his own sphere. The work may be read in the translation (executed with the sanction of the author) not only with instruction,...
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Historical characters: Talleyrand, Cobbett, Mackintosh, Canning, Volume 2

Baron Henry Lytton Bulwer Dalling and Bulwer - Statesmen, British - 1868
...of the Roman Republic, taking the work on the whole— the PUBLISHER IN ORDINARY TO HER MAJESTY. 15 ""author's complete mastery of his subject, the variety...his book. He is without an equal in his own sphere. The work may be read in the translation (executed with the sanction of the author) not only with instruction,...
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ANCIENT STATES AND EMPIRES FOR COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS

JOHN LORD LL. D. - 1869
...subject, the variety of his gifts and acquirements, his graphic power in the delineation of national and individual character, and the vivid interest which...without an equal in his own sphere. " — Edinburgh Review. *' A book of deepest interest." — Dean Trench. OF yroude's Ijistory of 6fngland, FROM THE...
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History of the Church in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, Volume 2

Karl Rudolf Hagenbach - Church history - 1869
...subject, the variety of his gifts and acquirements, his graphic power in the delineation of national and individual character, and the vivid interest which...his book. He is without an equal in his own sphere." — Rtlinhitrgh Rfvirw. *• . . . *. * .jjj. . eo r«,«v«B *' '. S ' --. - Si - IIII- 1 M 31 1926...
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The History of Rome, Volume 1

Theodor Mommsen - Rome - 1869
...subject, the variety of his gifts and acquirements, his graphic power in the delineation of national and individual character, and the vivid interest which...portion of his book. He is without an equal in his own sphere.1* — Rtiinbttrgh RtvifTV. " A book of deepest interest." — Dean Trench. ...
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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Volume 4

James Anthony Froude - Great Britain - 1869
...subject, the variety of his gifts and acquirements, his graphic power in the delineation of national and individual character, and the vivid interest which he inspires in every portion of hit book. He U without an equal in his own sphere.* —Edinburgh Rtvieiu. " A book of .!,•>• r,'...
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Ancient states and empires: for colleges and schools

John Lord - History - 1869 - 645 pages
...varicty of his gifts and acquirements, his graphic power in the deiineation of nationai and individuai character, and the vivid interest which he inspires in every portion of his hook. He is withont an equai in his own sphere." — /',/.••./ u ../ Krvinv. " A hook of deepest...
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The Churchman's Year Book, with Kalender for the Year of Grace ...

Religion - 1870
...subject, the variety of his gifts and acquirements, his graphic power in the delineation of national and individual character, and the vivid interest which...without an equal in his own sphere." — Edinburgh Review. " A book of deepest interest." — Dean Trenck. THE POPULAR EDITION OF yroude's Ijistory of...
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