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CHARLES RANN KENNEDY, Esq.
FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE.
AUTHOR OF PRIVILEGES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, &c.
PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.
PUBLISHED BY J. & J. J. DEIGHTON:
JOHN W. PARKER, LONDON.
What record of mere battles and sieges, wars and facts, could afford such fulness of knowledge, as to the real state of Greece, in all points which are most instructive, as we derive from the pamphlets (as they may be called) of Isocrates, from the dialogues of Plato, the moral and political treatises of Aristotle, and the various public and private orations of Isæus, Æschines, and Demosthenes ?
ARNOLD's History of Rome.