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PUBLISHED BY LEA & BLANCHARD,
AND COMPLETE IN FIVE PARTS.
HISTORY OF ROME ,
B. G. NIE B UHR.
JULIUS CHARLES HARE, M.A.
COUNOP THIRLWALL, M.A.
WITE A MAP.
FROM THE THIRD LONDON EDITION, REVISED.
In Five Parts, Sewed, or in Two Vols. extra Cloth.
“ Here we close our remarks upon this memorable work; a work which, of all that have appeared in our age, is the best fitted to excite men of learning to intellectual activity ; from which the most accomplished scholar may gather fresh stores of knowledge, to which the most experienced politician may resort for theoretical and practical instruction, and which no person can read as it ought to be read, without feeling the better and more generous sentiments of his common human Dature enlivened and strengthened." - Edinburgh Review, Jan. 1833.
“ The world has now in Niebuhr an imperishable model." - Edinburgh Review, Jan. 1844.
" It is since I saw you that I have been devouring with the most intense admi. ration the third volume of Niebuhr. The clearness and comprehensiveness of all his military details is a new feature in that wonderful mind, and how inimitably beautiful is that brief account of Terni !” – Dr. Arnold, (Life, vol. 2.)
This edition will comprise in the fourth and fifth volumes, the Lectures of Professor Niebuhr, on the later part of Roman History, so long lost to the world. Concerning them the Eclectic Review says :
" It is an unexpected surprise and pleasure to the admirers of Niebuhr-- that is, to all earnest students of ancient history -- to recover, as from the grave, the lectures before us."
And the London Athenæum :
“We have dwelt at sufficient length on these volumes to show how highly we appreciate the benefit which the edition has conferred on historical literature by their publication."
This work forms part of “ THE LIBRARY OF STANDING LITERATURE” now issuing by L. & B.
HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION IN GERMANY.
BY LEOPOLD RANKE,
From the Second Edition.
By SARAH AUSTIN.
This truly valuable work by Professor Rankè should be in the hands of the thousands whose attention has been called to the investigation of this interesting period of History by the labours of D'Aubigné and others.
A NEW EDITION OF RAN KÈ'S HISTORY OF THE POPES,
THEIR CHURCH AND STATE, DURING THE SIXTEENTH AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES.
A new translation,
By WALTER K. KELLY. In one Elegant Octavo Volume, Extra Cloth, or in Two Parts, done up in
RANKĖ'S TURKISH AND SPANISH EMPIRES.
Translated from the German,
By WALTER K. KELLY, Esq. This book completes the uniform series of the Historical Works of Prof. Ranke, now publishing by Lea & Blanchard as part of their “ Library of Standard Literature.'
L. & B. HAVE JUST PUBLISHED,
By TIOMAS HOOD,
With Numerous Illustrations.