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THE REV. JAMES WHITE,
AUTHOR OF "THE LANDMARKS OF THE HISTORIES OF GREECE."
ROUTLEDGE, WARNE, AND ROUTLEDGE,
NEW YORK: 56, WALKER STREET.
[The Author reserves the right of Translation.]
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
SAVILL AND EDWARDS, PRINTERS, CHANDOS STREKT,
THE design of this book is to give more prominence to some
I will only add, that although this volume aims at being an enlargement of my former publication, they are perfectly distinct and separate works, having not a sentence in common and being written on totally different plans.
In order to render the work complete, as a student's manual, a critical analysis of the leading events of English history, subdivided into sections, is given at the commencement of each book or chapter, and a copious historical index appended to the volume.
The HEPTARCHY (A.D. 418 to the Union of the States under Egbert,
A critical analysis of the leading events of British history, subdivided